Oct 3, 2015

Vegetables In Schezwan Sauce

After that month long Mega Blogging Marathon we started our monthly Blogging Marathon from today. this is as usual three days a week for four weeks Marathon with different themes. My theme for this first week is Side dishes. Side dish which is served as a accompaniment with the main dish like a curry with rice or roti or a stew served with a bread .
                                                                My first recipe for this week is a Indo- Chinese recipe which is popular in India. Vegetables in Schezwan sauce this side dish I have prepared for our Buffet On Table in the theme of combo dishes. In that combo I made vegetable fried rice with chilli paneer and vegetables in Schezwan sauce as a side dishes. Chilli paneer recipe I have posted in the Mega Blogging Marathon. Now I got a chance to post this Schezwan vegetables recipe. There are two versions for this Schezwan vegetables recipe one is stir fried one and the other one is a gavy version with sauce texture. Here I am going to post the gravy version of Schezwan vegetables..
So Let's check the recipe..... 
 photo ssv.jpg INGREDIENTS:---
Onion   ---  1 big cut in to cubes
Carrot   ---  1 big cut in to rounds
Beans   ---  10 cut in to 1 inch pieces
Cabbage --  1 cup cut in to cubes
Baby corn  ---  5 cut in to rounds
Cucumber  --  1 small cut in to cubes
Capsicum   ----  1 big cut in to cubes
Schezwan sauce  ---  1/2 cup
Corn flour  ---  1 tab sp
Water ---  1 and half cup
Salt to taste
Sesame oil  ---  2 tab sp
Spring onion   ---  1/2 cup finely chopped
1. Heat oil in a pan  bring oil to piping hot then add onion and cook till soft.
2. Now add carrots. baby corn, and beans cook for 5 minute in a high flame then add cabbage, capsicum and saute for 10 minutes.
3. Add Schezwan sauce salt to taste and give a good stir and cook for 2 minutes in a medium heat.
4. Add 1/2 cup water and keep cooking by the time dilute 1 tab sp cornflour in 1 cup water and add this to vegetables, mix well and bring to a full boil.
5. Switch off the heat and garnish with chopped spring onion green part.
Serve hot with any fried rice or noodles...

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MySpicyKitchen said...

Schezwan vegetables is a nuce side dish for fried rice. Excellent combo.

vaishali sabnani said...

I had eyed this when you posted it for Buffet on Table..absolutely delicious and tempting.

Archana said...

Padma such a yummy gravy. Pass on the rice and schezwan. I will enjoy it

Srivalli said...

The curry sounds so inviting Padma..I know this must have been a great side dish for your rice..

Sowmya :) said...

This reminds me of my college days when we had these Indo-Chinese dishes regularly. Your dish looks beautiful. I should try making them for nostalgia!

cookingwithsapana said...

I had also made this recipe last month but couldn' click.Yours looks yummy.

Sandhya Ramakrishnan said...

This gravy looks so tempting. Lovely side dish for fried rice.

Varada's Kitchen said...

Very interesting recipe. Must have tasted great with the rest of the combo.

Priya Suresh said...

I need some rice to enjoy this lipsmacking sauce, can smell the aroma from here.

Pavani said...

Wow, the curry look lip smacking ande delicious.

Chef Mireille said...

that bowl looks so appetizing - just want to dig in!

Harini R said...

My husband loves Indo-Chinese and i am sure to try this.

sushma said...

Looks soo delicious.