Mix Sabzi (Mix Vegetable Curry)

It's a tough job making people like veggies, and even harder to make them eat it! So what to do? How does one incorporate vegetables in their daily kitchen menu? What does one do to make their family 'like' eating vegetables? One solution to this! #CubeThatVeggie. Yes! Use Knorr chicken cubes, in different veggie recipes to get that oomph, that flavor everyone's been looking for! I will be sharing a series of veggie recipes for you all to try out using Knorr chicken cubes! I will be posting one recipe each day for an entire week! My recipes will be diverse, and belonging to different cuisines: Pakistani, Continental, Chinese and many more! So gear up, something exciting is coming up and stay tuned to The Crazy Chef!


# 3 Mixed Vegetable Curry





Ingredients:

Knorr chicken cubes, 2
Cauliflower florets, 1 cup
Peas, 1 cup
Carrots, cubed, 1 cup
Potatoes, cubed, 1 cup
Capsicum, cubed, 1 cup
Broad beans (sem ki phalli) / cluster beans (gawar ki phalli), 1 cup, top & tail trimmed
Salt, 1 1/2 tsp or to taste
Red chili powder, 2 tsp
Turmeric powder, 1 tsp
Ginger-garlic, crushed, 1 tbsp
Tomatoes, diced, 1 cup
Water, as required
Oil, 1/2 cup

Method:

Heat oil in a pot, add tomatoes, ginger-garlic and fry till the oil separates from tomatoes. Now add the Knorr chicken cubes, salt, red chili powder and turmeric powder. Mix well, and keep stirring for the next two minutes. Now add in all the vegetables and water, about 2 cups and mix really well. Cover and simmer till the potatoes are just done. You can add and subtract water according to your preference. I personally like my mixed vegetables on a drier side so I add enough water to just cook the vegetables. Have with steamed rice or fresh, hot, garlic naan!

Your choice of vegetables for this doesn't need to be limited to the above mentioned vegetables. You can always add in your favorite vegetables! You can even make mixed vegetables by adding aubergines, or gourds, or zucchini. The options are unlimited! Experiment as per your taste!

Vegetable Chowmein

It's a tough job making people like veggies, and even harder to make them eat it! So what to do? How does one incorporate vegetables in their daily kitchen menu? What does one do to make their family 'like' eating vegetables? One solution to this! #CubeThatVeggie. Yes! Use Knorr chicken cubes, in different veggie recipes to get that oomph, that flavor everyone's been looking for! I will be sharing a series of veggie recipes for you all to try out using Knorr chicken cubes! I will be posting one recipe each day for an entire week! My recipes will be diverse, and belonging to different cuisines: Pakistani, Continental, Chinese and many more! So gear up, something exciting is coming up and stay tuned to The Crazy Chef!


# 2 Vegetable Chowmein




This dish is SO easy to make! The only hard part about it is hand cutting the vegetables (which you can always do with a machine too!) Its literally easy peasy and delicious! 

Ingredients:

Spaghetti / Egg noodles 500gm
Carrots, julienne, 1 cup
Capsicum, julienne, 1 cup
Green onions, julienne, 1/2 cup
Ginger-garlic, crushed, 1 1/2 tbsp
Cabbage, paysanne (slim, flat, square cut), 1 cup
Knorr chicken cubes, 2
Salt, to taste
Black pepper, 2 tsp, levelled
Sesame seed oil 2 tbsp
Canola/vegetable Oil, 3 tbsp

Method:

In a large pot add water and let it boil. Add 2 tsp salt, and once it starts boiling fiercely, add in the spaghetti and cook till al dente, just firm. Strain, add sesame seed oil, mix and keep aside. 

Heat canola oil in a large wok. Add ginger garlic and stir fry on high heat for a minute. Add Knorr chicken cubes, 1 tsp water, salt, and pepper. Mix till the Knorr chicken cubes dissolves. Now add all the vegetables except the green onion. Mix and cook on high heat for two minutes. I like my vegetables crisper and not over cooked, this way they maintain their color as well. Now add the boiled spaghetti and mix well. Cook for another two minutes, add green onions, mix and serve! 

Aloo Baigan (Potato-Aubergine Curry)

It's a tough job making people like veggies, and even harder to make them eat it! So what to do? How does one incorporate vegetables in their daily kitchen menu? What does one do to make their family 'like' eating vegetables? One solution to this! #CubeThatVeggie. Yes! Use Knorr chicken cubes, in different veggie recipes to get that oomph, that flavor everyone's been looking for! I will be sharing a series of veggie recipes for you all to try out using Knorr chicken cubes! I will be posting one recipe each day for an entire week! My recipes will be diverse, and belonging to different cuisines: Pakistani, Continental, Chinese and many more! So gear up, something exciting is coming up and stay tuned to The Crazy Chef!


#1 Aloo Baigan






Ingredients:

Aubergines (preferably round ones), 2 cups, cubed
Potatoes, 2 cups, cubed
Knorr chicken cubes, 2
Tomatoes, 1 cup, diced
Salt 1 tsp (or to taste)
Red chili powder, 2 tsp, leveled (or to taste)
Turmeric powder, 2 tsp, leveled
Oil 1/2 cup
Green chilies, whole, slit into two, 4
Ginger, crushed, 1 tbsp
Garlic, crushed, 1 tsp (optional)
Water, 1 cup

Method:

Heat oil in a pot. Add ginger, garlic and tomatoes. Stir fry for a good 2-3 minutes on medium-high heat. Now add the cubed aubergines, potatoes, salt, red chili powder, turmeric powder, Knorr chicken cubes and 1 a cup of water. Increase the heat and let the water come to a fierce boil, then lower the flame again and cover, and cook till the potatoes are just done; about 9-12 minutes. Then right at the end, add the green chilies, mix and serve!

You can also make this dish in a pressure cooker to save time. After frying the tomatoes and ginger-garlic, I add everything and close the lid of the cooker and cook for 5-7 minutes, or till the first whistle starts to blow. Take it off the heat, open and mix in the green chilies and serve!


*I personally don't like my vegetables overcooked, so the aubergines or the potatoes aren't very mushy, if you'd like to cook them more, you can definitely go ahead with your preference!

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