Red Velvet Vegetable Curry

Ever wonder- what to cook with beet roots? I have recently bought lots of red beets from farmers’ market.  Today I have used the half of it and made a red velvet vegetable curry. The name ‘Red Velvet Vegetable Curry’ is given by me . This dish is so gorgeous in looking. I have learned this recipe from my mom-in-law. You can make this dish with beet roots , some common vegetable and spices. I found it tasty, healthy and easy to cook. Red velvet vegetable curry may be a quick addition to your lunch or dinner.

Ingredients You Need:









(5)  2 teaspoon butter,   ( 6)  1/2 tablespoon oil,    (7) ground black pepper,   (8) 2 green chilli,    ( 9) salt,  ( 10)   sugar

Start with adding butter and oil in pressure cooker. If you do not  have  pressure cooker use a  pan with lid.  Turn the heat high. Add onion and green chilli. Add potato  and stir until it changes color slightly. It should take 2 minutes. Now add the tomatoes and fry for another 1 minute. Add the beet root cubes and fry. Add salt,sugar and pepper according to your taste. Now add 1/2 cup of water and cover the lid. It should take 5 to 6 whistles to fully cook  the vegetables. If you are using a pan with a lid, just cover the lid, turn the heat in medium low and let it be cooked for another 10 minutes or until the beets and potatoes are tender.

My red velvet vegetable curry is ready to serve.

Red Velvet Vegetable Curry


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. exuberant_CJ
    Sep 15, 2011 @ 09:01:39

    Cooking is one of my hobbies and I prefer beet root in my salad only but your recipe has encouraged me to do some experiments with beet root.
    nice post.


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