Monday, June 13, 2011

Lotus root curry


2 lotus roots
1/4 cup vinegar
1 1/2 cup warm water

Wash, peel the skin of the lotus root and cut into slices and immediatly put into vinegar water.
1 tbsp oil
1/4 tsp fenugreek seeds
1/2 cup onion
1/2 cup tomatoes
1 tbsp curry leaves
2 red dry chillie pound or broken into pieces
1 tbsp chillie powder (reduce if you want it less spicy)
1 tbsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp turmeric
1/2 tbsp garam masala
1 tbsp coconut milk powder
1 1/2 cup water

Heat oil add onion, tomato, curry leaves, red chillie and spices saute. Add the lotus slices without the vinegar water and saute. Add water and cook in low heat covered for about 20 minutes.
Add coconut milk powder and simmer for another 10 minutes until it is cooked. The lotus root will have the flavours in it and will hold its shape, when pressed with a spoon it will easily break.
Serve it as a side with rice.


This goes to MMK.

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78 comments:

  1. Hi There, The lotus curry is looking delightful. Loved the new combo of ingredients and the recipe is so nicely made and presented. Saving this recipe of urs and wud love to give ur version a try on the coming weekend. Have a great day….Sonia !!!

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  2. i have seen these roots at the market..but never bought..should try them sometime for a change..

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  3. Interesting recipe, very intrigued have never seen or hear of this one~

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  4. lovely curry I so need to find me some lotus root keep seeing great recipes on blogs

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  5. I have never seen one of these before - thank you for sharing. this is on my list to try one day. enjoy your week ahead.

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  6. I have heard about this,but never cooked so far,looks so nice!

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  7. Very healthy recipe. Looks so delicious as well.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. I have never had lotus root before, what an exceptional dish! Now I have another new food on my list to try this summer!

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  9. I have seen these roots at the market..but i don't no how to make. must try thanks for sharing this:).

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  10. Wowww..I never had lotus and looking at your dish looks incredible and sounds fantastic!

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  11. Never tried lotus stems but looks so tasty n healthy...

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  12. never tried this........but urs look wonderful

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  13. This looks really interesting. I don't experiment much with the lotus roots, but I'll definitely save this recipe. Love curry leaves in anything!

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  14. This is definitely my type of food! My mom loves to make lotus root soup for us in summer time...delish!

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  15. This dish looks delicious.. I've never prepared lotus root, but I'd like to give it a try.

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  16. The curry looks delectable...would love to try this version.

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  17. This sounds new and interesting, look gud

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  18. Never cooked lotus roots..looks yumm

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  19. I was introduced to this ingredients very recently by Arvind after our wedding. I have been trying to make one of fav dish but it's a flop all the time. Will give it another try following your recipe :)

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  20. sounds interesting and new to me....
    looks delicious dear :)
    Thx. for sharing.

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  21. oooooooooooooh great way to spice up lotus root :)

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  22. Curry looks yummy! Love the flavors!

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  23. I have heard abt it but I am not sure whether I get this around here. loved the curry from this root.

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  24. I have never tried or tasted lotus roots..This looks extremely yumm & got to try this out soon!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  25. Oh, I can't even imagine the taste of lotus root :)

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  26. thank you for your comment dear :)

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  27. This dish looks delicious and interesting because of the lotus root. Great post!

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  28. Ayyoo..i always see this in supermarket and had no clue on what to cook with it:-) Now I know... Definitively gona pick next time!!

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  29. Everytime I visit your blog machallah I find something tasty and exotic. ANd I learn about new ingredients, machallah as always enjoying the blog!

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  30. First time I am seeing lotus root !! very new to me and interesting too !! Curry looks wonderful and delicious !!

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  31. Oh, I have seen these but never tried them. Now I know what to do with them. They look great; thanks!

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  32. This is so unique! I have never seen lotus root being cooked in a curry. It looks really good!

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  33. I love lotus roots... I bought a can and it is still begging to be used.. yours looks like a super-cool dish..
    http://krithiskitchen.blogspot.com
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  34. This looks good! I've never used lotus root before, but I'm definitely going to try to find it soon =)

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  35. Never tried this before,delicious recipe...bookmarked.

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  36. Never made anything lotus root..Sure looks yummy

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  37. This curry looks so good! I don't think I've ever eaten a lotus root or seen one at the store. Maybe I'll have to check my specialty foods stores! Thanks for sharing!

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  38. I have never tried lotus root. You've got great curry flavors there so I'm sure it is wonderful. I must find lotus root and try it now. : )

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  39. I have been wanting to cook with lotus root, it is so pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!
    LL

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  40. I just love lotus root. Some years back. I made a curry w/ it, too. Your wonderful recipe makes me want to cook with it again.

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  41. So beautiful! Those slices of lotus root are gorgeous...I've never seen any around here, so I'll just admire your lovely dish~

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  42. Yummy lotus root curry, the picture shows it all.

    http://sanscurryhouse.blogspot.com

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  43. never tried lotus stem..but it looks delicious..:)

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  44. I never got a chance to try any curry with lotus root in it...you made it so nicely that I cant wait anymore..yum

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  45. very interesting recipe..looks great..:)

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  46. Please accept ur award from my blog .......

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  47. Love lotus root, i do make curries,but urs looks super delicious and wonderful..

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  48. The ingredients sound wonderful but I've never seen lotus root.

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  49. Lotus root curry looks dleicious.

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  50. never tried lotus root b4 .will try it next time..

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  51. I have never seen this before, but looks very tempting. Yummy!!!

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  52. Great post! I've never had lotus root in a curry before. This, I gotta try :D
    Thanks for sharing!

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  53. Been wanting to try lotus roots , we just dont get them here.

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  54. Never heard of lotus root. Interesting recipe. Looks beautiful.

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  55. This looks so mouthwatering and I want it so bad now. Thanks for sharing.

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  56. intricate flowery patterns in them is so pretty! so is curry!

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  57. wow, I've never cooked with this before- great to know!

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  58. So innovative to turn lotus root into a curry dish! I usually just boil mine in soup or fry them into lotus root chips. Must keep your recipe.

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  59. I have never hear of lotus root. What a lovely shape!

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  60. That a delicious curry with lotus root!

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  61. I'm happy to see lotus root. I wasn't sure if people knows about it, so I kept my recipe in my draft. Maybe I'll post it soon in the future too. Cooking in curry is a great idea. I love the texture so much and it goes well with curry taste!

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  62. I see lotus root in the store all of the time, but have never cooked with it myself. I think a curry is a great idea!

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  63. Never made anything with lotus roots...but this curry looks YUM!

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  64. Oh wow, this looks like gourmet meal :) I've never before seen lotus roots and I didn't even know that it's edible - silly me! Thanks for introducing us to new food and ingredients, as always!

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  65. I am yet to try anything with this root...Looks yummy and sounds great!!

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  66. i have had them in chinese dishes but not as a curry on its own..must try it some times

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  67. Where did you find this in Toronto? Please tell me...please! Looks sooo good.

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  68. I've never thought of using Lotus Root in a curry...it looks delicious. It's been a long, long time since I've used Lotus Root for anything...I just love the look of it :D

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  69. Hey Akheela! its been a while since I visited your blog. Only today I realised for some reason I am not getting ur updates. When I came in now, I notice that I have missed so much.. I love lotus roots but I always dint know the right recipe to try. I am gonna try this for sure. Looks really pretty and i am sure it tasted great. will browse through things that i missed. take care :-)

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  70. Looks delicious :) and thanks for sending the entry to MMK - One Pot Meals

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  71. These look great! Am sure my son would love these!

    Ruchi
    http://ruchisimplyfood.blogspot.com

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