Apr 30, 2016

Z for Zucchini Chorchori

My final recipe for this Mega blogging Marathon! yes we have finished one full month blogging with a theme of Journey through the cuisines. with my journey through the Bengali cuisine I have learn a lot of cooking styles and interesting recipes. But still a few Bengali recipes are there to explore, will try to explore those recipes some other time
                                                                Today final Alphabet is Z this letter is also a a bit difficult to fine ant ingredient or recipes in Bengali cuisine. So I took a chance to use zucchini for this letter to finish my final recipe for this month. I am not a big fan of this vegetable although this vegetable taste like ridge gourd but some how I didn't like this. But this particular recipe with Bengali five spice mix made this gourd much more delicious and that is a good pair with roti.. So My last recipe for this Mega Blogging Marathon with Z is Zucchini Chorchori  
                                                             

So let's check the recipe...
INGREDIENTS:--- 
Zucchini   ---  1 big cut in to half moon shape one inch pieces
Tomato  ----  1 big chopped
Ginger  ---  1 ab sp grated
Panch phoran ---  1 1 and half tea sp
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder  ---  1/2 tea sp
Turmeric powder  ---  1/4 tea sp
Sugar ---  1/4 tea sp
Oil  ----  1 tab sp
METHOD:---
1. Heat oil in a pan add panch phoran let them splutter then add ginger and fry for a while.
2. Add zucchini pieces, salt to taste, turmeric powder give a good stir, keep the flame in low cover and cook for 3 minutes.
3. Open the lid and give a good stir and add chopped tomato, red chilli powder give a good stir cover and cook in a low heat for 5 minutes stir in between and cook till zucchini pieces are cooked.
4. Sprinkle sugar and mix well and switch off the heat.
Serve hot with rice or roti. 



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12 comments:

Suma Gandlur said...

The curry sounds delicious with simple flavors. Loved your home style Bengals dishes, this marathon.

Usha Rao said...

I like this vegetable either grilled or stir fried with minimal spices. Panch poran must have enhanced the flavor of zucchini.

Gayathri Kumar said...

Zucchini chorchori looks like a delicious side for rotis. I loved all your Bengali recipes this month..

Padmajha PJ said...

Nice choice of dish for Z Padam. Enjoyed all your posts in this series. Superb!

Srivalli said...

Quite an interesting way of using this Vegetable. It takes lot of courage to pick up a new cuisine and cook month long. Such a wonderful job Padma. I enjoyed reading all the dishes.

Sapana Behl said...

Simple and flavorful chorchori.Loved your Bengali recipes Padma.

vaishali sabnani said...

Even i am not very fond of Zuccini but let me tell you Zuccini has rescued most for this alphabet . I am sure with all those spices it must be delicious .

Srividhya Gopalakrishnan said...

I am getting that panch phoran masala for sure. Love the simple curry. Same pinch for zucchini.

Pavani N said...

Simple and delicious way to prepare Zucchini. I loved all your yummy Bengali dishes in this marathon Padma.

Nalini's Kitchen said...

Simple and delicious chorchori with zucchini, enjoyed your series of dishes..

Amara Annapaneni said...

Zucchini is leading the day, chochori looks delicious. Enjoyed all your recipes this month.

Smruti Shah said...

Zucchini seems to be the hero for Z! Such a lovely chorchori you got there :)