Beetroot Chutney | Cooksmart | Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana

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Gajar, Gobhi Aur Shalgam Ka Achar | Cooksmart | Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana

Traditional Punjabi pickle made with carrots, cauliflower and turnips GAJAR, GOBHI AUR SHALGAM KA ACHAR Ingredients 500 gms carrots (gajar), cut into 1½ inch pieces 500 gms cauliflower (gobhi) 500 gms turnips (shalgam) ¾ cup cumin seeds 12-15 cloves 4 black cardamoms 3 one-inch cinnamon 1 cup grated jaggery 3 tbsps malt vinegar ¾ cup mustard oil 6 tbsps coarsely grated ginger 4 tbsps coarsely grated garlic 1 tbsp ginger-garlic paste 1½ tbsps Kashmiri red chilli powder 1½ tbsps mustard powder 1½ tbsps salt Method 1. To make garam masala powder, dry roast cumin seeds, cloves, black cardamoms and cinnamon in a non-stick pan till fragrant. Cool and grind to a powder. 2. Place jaggery in a bowl, add vinegar and mix. 3. Peel turnips, slice them vertically and then horizontally into fingers. Separate cauliflower into medium florets. Mix them with carrot in a large bowl. 4. Heat mustard oil in a deep non-stick pan till it begins to smoke. Add grated ginger and grated garlic and saute. Add ginger-garlic paste and continue to saute for 8-10 minutes or till they turn reddish. 5. Add jaggery and vinegar mixture and cook till jaggery melts. 6. Add red chilli powder, mustard powder, garam masala powder and salt and mix well. 7. Add vegetables little by little and keep mixing. Switch off heat. 8. Cool and store in sterilized bottles to use when required. Click to Subscribe: Best cooked in Wonderchef Kitchenware. Buy Now on : Facebook : Twitter : #sanjeevkapoor

Spicy Tomato Jam | Cooksmart | Sanjeev Kapoor Khazana

Tomatoes cooked with sugar, vinegar, garlic, ginger and red chilli powder to make a unusual jam SPICY TOMATO JAM Ingredients 8 medium red tomatoes 10 tbsps sugar ½ cup white vinegar ½ tsp salt 2 garlic cloves 1 inch ginger ¼ tsp cumin seeds ¼ tsp onion seeds (kalonji) ½ tsp red chilli powder Method 1. Chop tomatoes. 2. Heat a deep non-stick pan and add tomatoes. Add sugar and ½ cup white vinegar and cook. 3. Add salt and mix. Finely chop garlic and add. Finely slice ginger and add. 4. Add cumin seeds, onion seeds and red chilli powder and mix well. Cook till the moisture evaporates, sugar syrup thickens and tomatoes get cooked. 5. To test if the jam is ready, put a ladle of jam on a plate and let it cool. Tilt the plate, if the jam does not run, the jam is ready. 6. Pour into sterilized jar while still hot, close with lid and store to serve as and when required. Click to Subscribe: Best cooked in Wonderchef Kitchenware. Buy Now on : Facebook : Twitter : #sanjeevkapoor

Beetroot Tikki - Indian Vegetarian Recipe

We love the color drama that Beetroots have. Not only are they fun to work with but are healthy for you as well and we am always looking for ways to incorporate them into our everyday meals. These Beetroot Tikkis are always a hit in our homes, and we use them for parties and for week-end lunches. The versatility is amazing, love the fact that they freeze so well and are available to pull out of the freezer. Enjoy these lovely bites of health. Ingredients: Beetroot (Chakundar) - 1kg (2.2lb) Potatoes - 1/2kg (approx 1lb), boiled Salt - 2tsp or as needed Medium Onion - 1/2, chopped fine Green Chillies - to taste, cut fine Cilantro/Coriander Leaves (Dhaniya Patta) - 4-5 sprigs, finely chopped Ginger & Garlic Paste - 1tbsp Roasted Cumin Powder - 2tsp Dry Mango Powder (Amchoor) - 2tsp Unsalted Roasted Peanuts - 1/2cup All-Purpose Flour (Maida) - 1tbsp Water - 1/4cup Panko Bread Crumbs - as needed Oil - for shallow frying Method: 1. Wash and peel the Beets. Shred in the Food Processor or with a grater. 2. Sprinkle Salt and set aside for 10 min. 3. Mash the Potatoes and add in the Onions, Green Chillies, Cilantro, Ginger & Garlic Paste. Mix. 4. Cover and keep aside and work on the Beets. 5. Squeeze the liquid out of the Beetroot and combine the flesh with the mashed Potatoes. 6. Set the liquid aside and use for other dishes. 7. Add in Cumin Powder, Dry Mango Powder, & Peanuts. Mix well. 8. Check the salt and spices and add and adjust as needed. 9. Pinch the amount needed and make tikkis with it. 10. Roll the amount needed in your palms and make a ball and then flatten them a bit. 11. Do the same for all and keep aside. 12. In a separate bowl, mix the All-Purpose Flour and Water. 13. In a flat plate, pour out some Panko Crumbs. 14. Dip the Tikkis in the All-Purpose & Water mixture and then into the Panko. 15. Place on a plate. Once done, cover with plastic wrap and keep in the refrigerator for an hour. 16. Once ready to fry, heat Oil in a skillet on medium flame. 17. When the Oil is hot, carefully place the Tikkis into the Oil and allow to cook for about a minute and a half. 18. When you see the color change, turn the Tikkis and allow to cook on the other side as well. 19. Remove from Oil and transfer into a platter lined with a paper-towel. 20. Serve hot with some Green Chutney or some Tamarind Chutney. Tips: 1. Use Walnuts, Sunflower Seeds or Pumpkin Seeds to substitute or add on tp Peanuts. 2. The uncooked Tikkis freeze really well. 3. If you have gluten allergies, use Rice Powder instead of All-Purpose Flour and skip the Panko or add Gluten-free Bread crumbs. ----------------------------- Printable Recipe: Check out the ShowMeTheCurry Channel:

15 Cooking Tricks Chefs Reveal Only at Culinary Schools

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Beetroot Chutney - Turban Tadka

The very entertaining Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi teaches the viewers the true art of Punjabi cooking. He loves to cook true desi style where all that matters is the true taste of these Punjabi classics!

Beetroot Chutney- Beetroots are high in iron, immune-boosting vitamin C, fiber and essential minerals. Beetroot chutney is an easy way to include beets in our diet.



3 medium beetroots, peeled
1 medium onion
1 medium red apple
1 cup orange juice
Salt to taste
500 gms sugar
1 tsp cumin powder
1 cup malt vinegar


1. Chop onion.
2. Heat a non-stick pan, add onion. Quarter apple, core, slice roughly and add to the pan. Add orange juice and mix.
3. Roughly slice beetroots and add to the pan. Add salt, sugar and cumin power and mix well.
4. Add malt vinegar, cover and cook for 1 hour or till the mixture gets the jam consistency.
5. Put into sterilized jar while it is still hot and put the cover on.
6. Serve as required.

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