I do love simple vegetarian food, I cook lots of vegetarian dishes almost daily and have a wide repertoire of recipes. And each time I cook, it becomes a new dish as I tend to modify or add some new ingredient.
This vegetarian dish is so simple, interestingly tasty and can be eaten on its own with a glass of wine. Yes, I didn’t make a mistake here…..
This dish was cooked on a day when I returned from a trip and I couldn’t bear to go out and eat lunch. So looking at what I had in my pantry, came up with this dish. As I didn’t feel like eating rice, I made prata to go with this vegetable dish.
I am not into mushrooms as in itself they taste very bland even though mushrooms can be meaty. This adds a new dimension to simple potatoes and carrots to create the meatiness in a vegetarian dish.
I used Indian spices as the vegetables need to be cooked for a little longer than other greens. So the spices tend to gel very well with the longer cooking time, thus giving a lovely curry.
As I said earlier, this dish can be eaten on its own or with any bread, chappati, or prata.
It is a good accompaniment to rice with some soup or other gravy.
Once in a while it is a nice change to eat simple food. So try this out and one might not miss any meat!