Friends experimenting with the Sundooq Gassi Mix.
" I love coconut-based curries and the warm soothing feeling of it. I remember eating Kori Gassi in a restaurant a while ago and have tried to re-create it at home ever since. When I came across Sundooq's Gassi mix, I instantly knew what I wanted to make now that I don't have to worry about the proportions."
200 gms paneer
1 cup cauliflower florets
1/2 cup Green Beans cut into long pieces
1/2 cup peans and sweet corn mixed
1 tetra pack coconut milk (200 ml)
Steam the vegetables before you use them.
In a pan, add 1 tbsp of cooking oil. Once hot, Add the steamed veggies and fry for 3-5 minutes. Add cubed paneer and fry for 2-3 minutes again.
Add Sundooq's Gassi mix to the pan along with teacup of warm water. Mix everything well and cook for 5-6 minutes.
Add the coconut milk and give it a good mix. Cover and cook on a medium flame so the flavors blend well with the vegetables and paneer.
Add salt, if required, and bring to boil.
Serve with rice, paratha, or dosa.
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Rumpa wears many hats and looks great in all of them. A former learning and development professional, she is now a full-time mother and creates some drool-worthy recipes on Instagram that are perfect for that lazy weekend afternoon. She finds cooking extremely therapeutic and believes that while curiosity may kill the cat, in the kitchen, it'll only help you create magic; the more you explore, the more you create. Sunshine, rainy days, long drive, a cup of chai, fresh masalas, green vegetables, and the sizzle of a tadka makes her happy. Follow her at @mycurrystories on instagram.