Shahi Mixed Veggies

Make something better out of leftover veggies ~ Shahi Mixed Veggies

You might know by now that I do not like wastage of food and water. I hate when I see someone brush their teeth while keeping the tap open and wasting precious water. Similarly I dislike wasting food. My parents have always taught me and my sisters that many people don’t even have basic necessities of life such as food, water and shelter so it is important to not waste what we have and be thankful for everything that we have. So, here I see a carrot, 1/2 bell pepper, some frozen peas lying in the fridge and so I wanted to make use of it in my meal with some extra aroma and flavor so it is not boring and that’s how this recipe sprung.

Recipe: (Use whatever vegetable you have on hand and needs to be used. I have used what I had)
1 Carrot diced
1/2 bell pepper diced
1/4 cup peas
1/2 medium size onion
Some dill leaves chopped
1 garlic clove chopped
A small piece of ginger grated
A few pepper corns, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon stick
1/2 tbsp dhania powder
1 tsp red chilli powder or per taste
Salt per taste
2 tsp Oil

Heat oil in a pan and sauté the onions. Then add the ginger and garlic, sauté just for a few seconds so as not to burn it and then add the other vegetables except peas. If you are using fresh peas then you need to add that too now itself. Add salt, mix and cover it. Let it cook for about 5 minutes. Using a pestle or any grinder, powder the pepper corns, cloves, cardamom, cinnamon stick and then add it to the vegetables along with chilli and dhania powder.

Spices in the pestle

Let it cook covered until almost done. The salt helps in bringing out the moisture from the vegetables and this helps to cook faster and now you know I do not like to waste gas too. Sprinkle dill all over and mix it gently. Serve hot with roti. Tastes delicious.

Shahi Mixed Vegetables

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7 Responses to Shahi Mixed Veggies

  1. Looks amazing. Very tempting.

  2. Great way to cook leftover veggies along with spices.

  3. srikitchen says:

    wow! looks colorful, healthy and delicious!

  4. Alka says:

    I don’t know why i lost the touch with ur blog,i can see some comments from me at ur place.One strange thing i just noticed is the strikingly similar way of ur and mine cooking.Be it lauki ki subzi,aloo poha etc.Actually my mom makes the poha ur way(mixing spices in colander along with poha) but somehow if i follow that,i am unable to get rid of SMELL of turmeric,though it works absolutely fine with mom
    Coming to this recipe,again i generally make mixed vegetable ur way only,sans dill leaves 🙂
    Will come back to explore more..and did i mentioned about awesome pics here??

  5. Shree says:

    First time at your blog.. I also do not like wasting veggies.. but my way of getting rid of bacha kucha vegetables is making sandwiches or noodles. This looks very tempting.. will surely try this 🙂

  6. VBP says:

    Welcome back! Loved your capsicum-paneer subji!

  7. manila says:

    Looks good!

    I have a navratan korma recipe on my site. Even that is so nutritious but in white sauce.

    Your picture is also too good.

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