Thursday, November 8, 2007

Spicy Drumsticks(Saragawa)


Drumsticks are green stick like vegetables.
They are tough from outside but soft and fleshy from the inside.
The only portion that is consumed is the inner seeds and soft flesh.
While the outer stem is discarded after properly sucking the juice out of it!

The drumsticks are normally boiled before use so that they turn softer.
This drumsticks dish is a spicy side dish which is loved by my family.

Its easy to make and tastes great too!

You will need -

6-8 Drumsticks, cut into finger-length pieces
You can peel some of the outer hard skin
(you can use the frozen precut variety too)

Oil, 1 tbsp
Salt, to taste


Hing, 1/4 tsp
Red Chilli Pwdr, 1 tsp
Turmeric, 1/4 tsp
Coriander Pwdr, 2 tsps
Cumin Pwdr, 1 tsp
Garam Masala Pwdr, 1/2 tsp
Juice of 1 lime or 1/2 tsp Dry Mango Pwdr
Cilantro to garnish.

Method-

Wash, peel, cut and boil the drumsticks for around 10 mins.
Drain and set aside.
Heat oil in a pan.
Add hing and turmeric.
Add the boiled drumsticks.
Put in all the dry masalas and salt.
Mix well.
Roast for around 5 mins.
Add the lime juice.
And Garnish with Cilantro.
And its ready to serve.

9 comments:

Rachna said...

hey my mum just made this last week and i love it.... thanks for the recipe...

Asha said...

Happy Diwali Neelam. Dish looks yum. I get frozen Drumsticks, which tastes nothing like fresh ones!

Latha Narasimhan said...

HAPPY DIWALI NEELAM!:)

Rina said...

Thats one chatpat drumstick curry!!

Shella said...

Hey Neelam though I am not a big fan of drumsticks I do like to chew upon them at times, specially if they are made into a dry curry. I like yours

sagari said...

neelam drumsticks looksss yummmmyyyyyyyy

Mansi Desai said...

My hubby loves saragvani kadhhi..I make it with besan flour and buttermilk!

loved your variaiton too! my first time on your blog, and nice to meet you here!

-Mansi

Lissie said...

the drumsticks look really spicy! sounds delicious....

Latha Narasimhan said...

I have never used drumstick for anything other than sambhar! your recipe is lovely! :) must give a try!