Mushroom Masala Curry – Ready in Just 10 Minutes

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How often does it happen that we come to realize that we would like to cook fine meals for our family in little time, but simply run out of fresh recipes to match up with our plans?

If you try out this recipe for mushroom curry, you’d come to realize that you are able to cook some excellent curry, even while you do not have too much time at your disposal. This is fit to make for a feast or even a regular meal.

Let’s check out the recipe.

COOKING UNDER 10 Minutes

MUSHROOM CURRY

Preparation Time: 4 minutes

Cooking Time: 5 minutes

Serves 2

INGREDIENTS

10 large mushrooms, quartered

1 tsp ginger-garlic paste

2 tbsp onion paste

1 tsp tomato puree

1/4 tsp chilli powder

3 tbsp curds

1/4 garam masala

1 tbsp oil

2 tbsp chopped coriander for garnish

salt to taste

Firstly, we have to take a nonstick pan.

When the pan heats up a bit, we need to add in 1 to 1 1/2 teaspoon oil.

Grease the pan nicely with the oil.

Now add in ginger garlic paste and onion paste.

We need to sauté it for 40-45 seconds on medium heat.

The ginger garlic and onion paste is nicely cooked.

Now we will add in 1/4 teaspoon red chilli powder and around one teaspoon tomato puree.

We have to cook it for 15-20 seconds.

Our paste is now ready.

Now we will add 3 tablespoon curd, 1 teaspoon five spice powder (garam masala), and we will cook it for one to one and a half minutes.

We can add some water to the mixture if required.

Once the mixture heats up, we can add in the mushrooms. Next, we add in salt to taste.

We need to cook the curry on medium flame right until the mushrooms don’t cook properly.

Our ‘Mushroom Curry’ is now ready to be served.

We can garnish this with chopped fresh coriander.

Mushroom Curry tastes best with steamed rice or Jeera Pulao.

Let’s now run through some quick facts about Mushrooms.

Low in calories, mushrooms are fat free, cholesterol free and gluten free and very low in sodium as well. But mushrooms provide us with a host of important nutrients, such as selenium, potassium, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin D and more.

Mushrooms are often classified as vegetables based upon their culinary uses. However based upon its cellular organization and composition, mushroom is not a vegetable.

It is not a fruit either.

Mushrooms are classified as its own kingdom, distinct from plants and animals!



Source by Harshad Jethra

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