Tuesday, January 8, 2013


Cabbage a leafy green vegetable which is a good source of Vitamin C and fiber. Cabbage when contaminated is sometimes a source of food borne illness in humans.Cabbage found in two colors that is green and purple.cabbage use in all over world in different variety of  dishes for example as a main course like curry, we make salad and even in Chinese  food it is used a lot.Recently from market I got small size of cabbage which is called as muttakosh in Tamil and ended up with trying this:

Preparation time - 10 - 15 min
Cooking time- 20- 25 mins
Small Cabbage - 250 gm
Curd - 1/4 cup
Coriander Powder - 2 tsp
Salt - as per taste
Chilli powder - 2 tsp
Garam Masala - 1/2 tsp
Cumin seed - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Oil - 3-4 tspMethod:-
  • Clean and wash cabbage in running water.
  • In curd mix all dry masalas including salt except cumin seeds.
  • Now cut cabbage carefully, slit in the middle of cabbage without separating it from head to tail and in opposite side tail to head.
  • Marinate cabbage with  the prepared masala curd about an hour.
  • Now heat oil in a pan.
  • Add cumin seed once oil is hot.
  • Allow it to change its color and then add marinated curd into this.
  • Reduce gas flame and allow it to get cook in low flame till cabbages are thunder.
  • Serve hot.


Sharmi said...

very nice looking curry, love the addition of curd!

Unknown said...

always like indian style of frying brussel sprouts..

Swathi said...

Delicious small cabbage fry I love to have with my rasam rice.

Suja Manoj said...

Yum stir fry,healthy too

Vimitha Durai said...

Simple and yummy stir fry

Vimitha Durai said...

Simple and yummy stir fry

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Thanks a lot for your informative post about cabbage.

Nammaruchi.blogspt.com said...

These are called Brussel sprouts in U.K...i often do curry with them...fry is looking very appetising..must try,thnks for sharing..

Chef and Sommelier said...

Hi Subhashini! Thanks for sharing this.

They look like brussels sprout, don't they?

divya said...

Super recipe...looks flavorful & delicious..

divyagcp said...

This looks similar to brussel sprouts right? Delicious and healthy preparation.

Anonymous said...

Wow so cute the small veg looks. This tastes yummy too.

Gita Jaishankar said...

Thanks for the quick comment dear :)...this fry is new to me...bookmarked this, looks delicious :)

pepper bowl said...

Lovely spicy sprouts...novel idea, I'm your happy follower..


Amina Creations said...

informative post... stir fry looks simple and delicious...

Jannet Loves to Experiment said...

Very spicy stir fry. Looks tasty

Priya Suresh said...

Thats a fabulous and healthy stirfry.

kausers kitchen said...

Healthy and yummy recipe dear..

Shama Nagarajan said...

Super yummy... .

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Saras said...

This is in my to do list for a long time. Very well done dear.

great-secret-of-life said...

very yummy looking curry

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