Preparation For : 4 People | Preparation Time : 1 hour (Approx)
  • Amurta Bhanda (Papaya)- 200 gm
  • Beans – 80 gm
  • Sajana Chhuin( Drumstick)- 60 gm
  • Baigana(Brinjal, Eggplant)- 175gm
  • Janhi( Ridge Gourd)- 130 gm
  • Bandha Kobi( Cabbage)- 150 gm
  • Mati Aloo(Yam) – 100 gm
  • Kakharu( Pumpkin)-100gm
  • Moola( Radish)- 100 gm
  • Barbati( Runner Beans) -100 gm
  • Aloo( Potato) -150 gm
  • Tomato – 100gm
  • Piaja ( Onion)- 100gm
  • Kabuli Chana( Chick Peas)-50 gm
  • Badi – 25 gm
  • Dhania Patra (Coriander Leaves, Cilantro)- 25 gm
  • Ada (Ginger) – 25 gm
  • Rasuna(Garlic) – 25 gm
  • Refine Tela (Refined Oil) – 100 gm
  • Haladi Gunda (Turmeric Powder)- 1 tsp
  • Pancha Phutan ( Pancha Phoran)- 4 tsp
  • Sukhila Lanka (Dry Chili) – 1 or 2( as per taste)
  • Teja Patra( Bay Leaf)- 2 pcs
  • Tarkari Masala Powder( Curry Powder) – 2tsp
  • Lanka Gunda( Chili Powder)- 1tsp
  • Luna( Salt) – as per taste
  • /ul>

Preparation : Step wise
  • Soak the chick peas in water for 4 hrs. Boil them after it. Cut the vegetables into medium small pieces( cabbage, potato, radish , papaya, beans, brinjal, ridge gourd, Yam, pumpkin, runner beans, tomato). Cut the drumstick into 2 inch long pieces.
  • Cut thin slices of onion, crush the ginger and garlic.
  • Heat oil in a deep pan, fry the badi s till it turns golden brown, take out from oil and keep aside.
  • Add pancha phutan, dry chili and bay leaf to the oil. When it s starts spluttering add crushed ginger garlic, fry it for 1, 2 mins. Add sliced onion.
  • When the onion turns golden brown add the cut vegetables except tomato and drumstick. Add the boiled chick peas. Stir well.
  • Put turmeric powder, curry powder, chili powder and salt to taste. Stir it properly and cover it. Stir it in low flame.
  • When the vegetables are half cooked ,add tomatoes and drumstick . Cover it and cook it till the vegetables are well cooked.
  • Crushed the fried badi’ s and add it to the curry .Garnish with coriander leaves and remove from flame. Serve with rice or roti.
Photo Gallery : Recipe Preparation

Health & Additional Cooking Tips

Green vegetables used in this curry contain energy carotene, iron, protein, calcium and vitamin-c. To enhance the taste garam masala powder can be added. Small pieces of coconut can be added to the ghanta.

2 Responses
  1. simi Says:

    bandha kobi in ghanta?????

  2. ODIAKitchen Team Says:

    You are right. May be it is a DTP entry mistake. On the picture we don’t see any Bandha Kobi.

add a comment