Craving for some desi food? Scroll down to watch our super simple recipe for mushroom do pyaza and make a special treat for your family and friends.
It might be the tastiest pizza or the juiciest burger, but if you are an Indian or are even remotely connected with this beautiful country, then a masaledaar sabzi will always be soul food for you. From chicken masala to paneer lababdar, the variety is limitless.
In today’s edition of making cooking easier for you, we have a super simple recipe for mushroom do pyaza. It will just take you around half an hour to make this dish and the best part is, you can use the leftover dish as a sandwich filling.
Check out the ingredients you’ll need to make mushroom do pyaza
|Cooking oil||1 tbsp|
|Jeera (cumin)||1 tsp|
|Laung (clove)||3-4 pcs|
|Badi elaichi (brown cardamom)||1 pcs|
|Dalchini (cinnamon)||1/2 tsp|
|Onion (chopped and sliced)||2 pcs|
|Green chilli||1 pcs|
|Giger-garlic paste||1 tbsp|
|Tomato puree||1/2 cup|
|Haldi (turmeric)||As per taste|
|Salt||As per taste|
Know the method to make this yummy Indian dish
Start with pouring the oil in a pan and let it heat. To this, add jeera, laung and badi elaichi. Now, add a pinch of dalchini. Here, you can also use cinnamon stick but we prefer using the powder instead.
Following this, add chopped onions and green chilli. Let it cook till the onions turn golden brown. Once done, add the ginger-garlic paste and saute it for a minute. Next up, add tomato pure and haldi powder.
Cook it for about two minutes before adding sliced mushrooms. To this, add fresh cream and salt as per taste. You can also add a bit of red chilli if you wish to make the dish extra spicy. We haven’t used any in our dish.
Finally, add sliced onions and cover the pan with a lid, and let it cook on low flame for 15 minutes. Serve it in a handi either with naan bread or roti.
You can also try our simple recipe for kheer, which will be the perfect end to a tasty meal.