Wednesday, July 23, 2008

MANGALOREAN GASHI KASHMIRI SHORBE KE SAATH

Last Weekend hubby was not feeling well,..so thought of preparing soup of him,..i had never tried mushroom soup at home.,.i had a can of button mushrooms at home...so thought of preparing mushroom soup,.i searched recipes on the net and finally got this one,..have altered few ingredients ..depending on our taste..so here comes mushroom soup or shorbha..i didnt go for the Chinese one,..this version is Indian one from Kashmir,..
ingredients needed are

one cup button mushrooms chopped
two teaspoon mixture of ginger garlic pulp
one onion chopped
one tomato chopped
juice of half lemon
half teaspoon each of turmeric and red chilli powder
salt to taste
one teaspoon garam masala
butter one tablespoon
all purpose flour half tablespoon
oil to cook

procedure

heat one tsp oil in wok
add chopped onions and keep frying till they lose their shape
add ginger garlic paste,turmeric,red chilly and garam masala followed by mushroom
keep frying till everything blends well,now add chopped tomatoes,..
and further fry for few minutes
add water...and bring to boil
simmer for 15minutes and keep aside
once the mixture cools down place in a food blender
and process till smooth'
sieve the mixture into another pan and heat
mix butter with flour and slowly add to soup
to thicken the soup to the desired consistency
add salt and lemon juice
garnish with coriander leaves

(the pulp which i got after straining , i prepared curry with that,..which i will be posting in tomorrows post)

I prepared Gobhi gashi two days back,.yummy and spicy..with plain rice taste was awesome,this recipe is manglorean,liked a Lot,.good change from the regular one which we prepare at home

ingredients
300gm cauliflower chopped
potato chopped one
onion two chopped
ginger chopped tablespoon
garlic cloves three chopped
tamarind one teaspoon
salt to taste
half teaspoon each of turmeric na dred chilli powder
oil to cook
cloves two
peppercorn three
red chillies three
cumin seeds one teaspoon
cinnamon stick one cm
half teaspoon each of coriander,mustard and fenugreek seeds
coconut grated half cup

procedure

heat half tsp oil in wok and saute half of the onions and keep aside.
in the same pan fry red chillies,coriander,mustard,fenugreek and cumin seeds,cinnamon,pepper and cloves for 30 seconds,keep aside
blend together coconut,fried onions,and the fried spices along with tamarind paste,turmeric and red chilli powder,add two table spoon of water
and blend into paste keep aside
in the same wok add one tablesppon of oil and fry chopped ginger garlic,followed by the leftover onions,..for few minutes
add the spice paste,salt followed by water and potatoes...keep frying
finally add the cauliflower,cover and cook
once done remove from flame and serve hot with plain rice
gashi curry goes to curry mela hosted bySrivalli


and to SWC KARNATAKA EVENT HOSTED BY SHEETAL AND STARTED BY LAKSHMI
coming to awards SUKANYA OF SUKANYA MUSING HAS PASSED ME
FRIENDSHIP AND GOOD CHAT
AWARD,THNKS ALOTZ SUKANYA FOR BOTH THE AWARDS,
THATS ALL FRENS FOR TODAY...HAPPY BLOGGING ,..:-)

28 comments:

Illatharasi said...

I too wanted to try mushroon soup, urs is gud with simple ingredients.... thanks for sharing :)
I love your gobhi... looks yummy and nice colour:)

Priti said...

Soup looks gud and healthy...nice one and Gobhi gashi looks wonderful..loved the colour of it so rich and noticing your new culinary set too...nice collection.

VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

congrats on your awards .. N the mangalorean gashi looks awesome .. very mouthwatering .. mushroom soup looks like one healthy dish

homecooked said...

Wow...this looks really delicious!Good entry.

sowmya said...

soup look delicious...so is the subji..

SriLekha said...

wow.. good entry.. mushroom soup is super.. its raining here can i have a little priyanka...

SMN said...

both dishes look good and liked gobhi gashi.

rekhas kitchen said...

great recipes,gobhi looks very yummy good entry

Medhaa said...

Love the Gobi. Lovely picture

Ramya Bala said...

Both the recipes are new to me and tempting even...Thanks for sharing

easycrafts said...

You rock girl...always on high energy levels

Purva Desai said...

I ve never tasted kashmiri version of Mushroom soup, will try ur version as well.....
And Gobi Gashi, looks yummy too :)
Btw I stay in Feltham, near heathrow...how abt ur sister??
And where r u located...??

Purva Desai said...

Hey,
Surati is word associated for all dishes originated from surat..and surati ppl are called suratis...and they are a complete foodie..

Seema said...

Soup & Ghassi look delicious!

Seema said...

Oops!! Forgot to say Congrats on the awards! Way to go!!

ranji said...

ghashi looks absoloutely yummy..love this dish..one of my fav..i make it slightly different...yum

Lavi said...

gobi gashi looks so yummy on the plate. beautifull presentation in the plate:)

Purva Desai said...

hey thanks!!
I ve sent my entry for the event.
Ealing....its not so far from my place...

Cham said...

Looks really yummy the gobi :)

srikars kitchen said...

congrats on your awards .. the mangalorean gashi looks awesome .. very mouthwatering .. mushroom soup looks delicious ... great click...

SpicyTasty said...

Thats a lovely dish to eat with roti.

karuna said...

the gobi pic with the plain rice looks soooooo tempting. nothing like simple home cooked meals. nice recipe

Priyanka said...

the tamarind and coconut must put a completely different spin on the taste.... quite a unique recipe

LG said...

shorba look good and gobi looks spicy and would have gone well with plain rice..

Madhavi said...

Wow awesome entry, soup looks good but I jus love cauliflower curry. Delicious recipe and looks mouthwatering!!!

Congratulations on ur award :))

SriLekha said...

u have a surprise in my blog

delhibelle said...

The Cauliflower Gashi looks mindblowing!
I so want to try this one!

Sireesha said...

Soup looks healthy and nutritious......Gobi gashi is also superb.its new for me will try some time...