Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Angoor ki sabjee han angoor ki sabjee
(Green grapes vegetable yes green grapes vegetable)

The english translation is for my international fan following.

Preparing this king choice vegetable which is a bit sweet in taste 
in my today's situation is like eating sandwich before a war. 
Moving into a new house with all the dead weight I have collected is a war.

Firstly one has to buy green grapes for 60 Rs/kg yes, not for the war for the cooking.

Step 1: Ingredients for 1 mean person & a no little bunny this time, they don't like grapes you see

Grapes 1/2 Kg [The rest one should eat plucking from the stem directly & not having it in a bowl as taught]
Beaten curd
Mustard seeds
Cumin seeds
Turmeric powder
Red chilly powder
Coriander powder
Step 2: Heat the oil in a pot

Step 3: Add mustard seeds, let it bounce

Step 4: Add Cumin seeds, fry for a second

Step 5: Sprinkle red chilly, turmeric & coriander powder & fry for a second

Step 6: Add a little water

Step 7: Add curd & stir continuously or else the curd will blast
Note: The english translation is for my international fan following.

Step 8: Once the mixture starts boiling add grapes while stirring continuously

Step 9: Add sugar while continuously stirring

Clinch one grape out of the hot mixture & eat to see whether the grapes are cooked or not cooked.

Step 10: Once cooked take the pot off the fire & add salt (to avoid the blasting of curd salt is put at the last stage)

Enjoy kings choice vegetable

Secrete: For rotis if one adds a little rice flour to the multi grain flour then the rotis become crispy. 


  1. This recipe is even more weird than the Gandhian chai. I cannot even bring myself to try it. I'll buy green grapes, you please come to my house and make it. This is just too crazy for me to make.

    1. Sure this Monday if u free,
      I m off...Will make grapes curry with sauf rooti ;)