Fasting during Navratri doesn’t have to be boring or tasteless. In fact, it’s the perfect opportunity to explore new flavours!
Join me in the kitchen as I make Fariyali Peanut Curry with some roasted peanuts, coconut, and top it off with some fresh coriander.
So, put on your apron and whip up some deliciousness this Navratri.
|Preparation Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 minutes|
Ingredients for Fariyali Peanut Curry
(1 cup=200 ml, 1 tbsp=15 ml)
|3 tbsp||Coriander leaves|
|3 tbsp||Grated fresh coconut|
|3 tbsp||Roasted peanuts (skin removed)|
|2 – 3||Green chilies|
|1 no.||Lemon juice|
|Salt to taste|
|1 – 2 tbsp||Oil / ghee|
|½ cup||Curd (beaten)|
|1 tbsp||Cumin seed|
|2 – 3 tbsp||Fresh cucumber, chopped|
|1 tbsp||Coriander leaves for garnish|
Instructions for Fariyali Peanut Curry
|1.||In a mixer grinder blend the coriander leaves, peanuts, coconut, green chilies into a fine paste. You could add 1/4th cup of water to smoothen it. Strain the mixture.|
|2.||Mix the green mixture along with curd and water, and keep aside.|
|3.||Heat the oil / ghee. Splutter the cumin seeds. Add the green curry mixture. On a low flame, cook the curry for 10-15 minutes. Add salt, sugar and lemon as per taste.|
|4.||Once the curry is thickened, add the cucumber as well as garnish with 1 tbsp coriander leaves and serve hot.|
|5.||Goes well with samak rice.|