Yam Cooked In Buttermilk
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This subzi goes equally well with plain chapatis as well as rice. to have with rice, retain a little amount of buttermilk as the gravy. addition of peanuts enhances the flavour of this subzi. when tired of eating the usual spicy food, the subzi is a welcome change.
- Wash the yam thoroughly,peel and cut into cubes.
- Now in a pan or a vessel, add ghee, when heated, add the jeera untill it splutters a bit.
- Now add the green chilles (cut into small pieces).
- Saute for 2-3 mins.
- Now add the buttermilk stirring initially for some time.
- Then add the powdered peanuts.
- Let it simmer for 7-8 mins, or untill the yam is is cooked and you achieve the desired consistency.
- Add sugar and salt.
- When done, add a little cream.
This recipe was contributed by nandsari on 21 Oct 2000
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