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Kashmiri Curried Apple

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Curried Apple?  That too from India? Sounds little weird, right? I felt weird and wondered too when I read Pat’s India-Food & Cooking. He explained 200 Indian foods in his book covering almost all major states in India. I was little interested to know unknown factors of our Indian spices and the story behind few famous known curries. I have also tried few unknown Indian recipes from the book in my kitchen. One among them is Kashmiri curried apple.

As there are no picture given for this recipe in the book, I couldn’t imagine about how the final outcome would look like.  But the uniqueness of the curry pulled me and made me to try.  I tried with few granny smith apples which were sitting in my fridge after I made the apple pickles. I followed his instructions and posted them with picture here. The curry tasted like eating sweet pumpkin with cinnamon and cardamom flavor. If anyone of you familiar with this curry give your views about it.

Basic Information:

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time: 25 minutes

Serves: 3

Ingredients:

Ghee/Butter – 1 tablespoon

Cooking Apple/Tart Apple – 2 nos, peeled, cored and cubed

Onion – 1/2 cup, chopped

Tamarind  – 1 small gooseberry size

Green cardamoms – 3 nos

Cinnamon sticks – 1 inch

Black salt – 1 teaspoon or to taste

Cumin seeds – 1/2 teaspoon

Red chilli powder – 1 teaspoon or to taste

Turmeric – 1/8 teaspoon

Ground ginger – 1/4 teaspoon

Oil – 2 teaspoon

Boiled water – 1/4 cup

Method:

1) Heat oil in a wok and caramelize onions. Once it is done transfer to a plate. Allow it to cool and make a paste of it. Keep it aside.

 

2) In the same pan, heat ghee/butter. Add apples followed by red chilli powder, turmeric and ground ginger. Stir fry for 2 minutes.

 

3) Add cardamoms, cinnamon, onion paste(as said in step 1), salt and mixwell.

4) Mix and squeeze the juice from tamarind using boiling water and add to the wok. Mix again.

5) Cover the wok and cook apples for about 5 minutes. Makesure to maintain the firmness of the apples.

6) Crush the cumin seeds in between you palms and sprinkle on the cooked apples.

7) Serve hot.

Sending this recipe to Akila’s Dish Name Starts with K Event.

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Puja

Perfect for the season n a must try ~ the clicks are gorgeous Uma!
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Unknown

Uma, that picture of your kofta with the chili – I keep thinking you have not blogged anything new since that is the first BIG picture I see so I move on – Looks yummy dear!

divya

looks so delicious and tempting…lovely clicks dear …

Torviewtoronto

Haven't had apple curry flavours look delicious
We make pickle 🙂 this is interesting thank you for sharing
regards

Hari Chandana P

very interesting and delicious recipe.. looks inviting 🙂
Indian Cuisine

Amina

looks fabulous… bookmarking it…

Hamaree Rasoi

Curried Apple looks so tasty and inviting. Great preparation.
Deepa

Kalyani

looks interesting and delicious ………

Swathi

Kashmiri curried apple looks delicious. Sure i will try for a change.

Tina

its new to meeeee..looks delicious…beautiful clicks too…

Raks

Sounds very new to me and looks very comforting with rice!

Lifewithspices

oh must try .. seasonal dish so so good..

layaa

Great dish uma,never imagined a curry in apple,looks soo delicious…..

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!.

Luks delicious and worth-trying recipe.Luv it.Cheers.

Unknown

Interesting curry, thanks for sharing

Priya Suresh

Never cooked apple this way,quite interesting Uma, btw for ur q'n glass and rice noodles are different, rice noodles looks bit transparent and they doesnt to cook like rice noodles, just soaking in warm water is needed for cooking glass noodles, this noodles is quite often used in Vetinamien's spring rolls..hope its helps a bit..

Gayathri NG

Curried apple is very interesting n unique recipe…beautiful clicks..

Kaveri Venkatesh

That's an interesting recipe…something very new..nice clicks

Jayanthy Kumaran

very tempting n innovative recipe…YOu know how to impress me with your lipsmacking cliks Uma..;)
Tasty Appetite

Menaga Sathia

very innovative recipe…lovely clicks uma!!

Nalini's Kitchen

never heard about this recipe,looks delicious with amazing clicks.

Julie

Lovely n unique recxipe,Uma!! Good effort n turned out superb,fingerlicking!!

Suja Manoj

Interesting curry,looks super yum

Deeksha

Mouthwatering curry and you have presented it very nicely. Wonderful clicks.

Sangeetha M

Very new n interesting Uma…haven't tasted apples in curry form…looks inviting n well presented…as usual beautiful clicks 🙂

Treat and Trick

Very interesting and yummy recipe!

KrithisKitchen

Interesting, not weird though.. Love apples cooked indian way..

Krithi's Kitchen
Event: Serve It – Festival Potluck

Sobha Shyam

very interesting recipe Uma, apple in curry sounds great, clicks are superb as always..

Panchamrutham

never tried this one…completely new recipe for me…looks great

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Neha

Lovely looking curry…..Bookmarking it…

Sensible Vegetarian

Looks lovely, even though I use sour apples for pickles and salad. Never really cooked with them, very interesting one.

Vidhya

Curried apple is so new to me it looks interesting and delicious.

DV

This is new to me, but sounds interesting! Your pics are gorgeous! 🙂

-Divya
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Richa

i've never made apple in subzi form.. these curried apples def get bookmarked!
Richa @ Hobby And More Food Blog

Sheezan

I'll follow this recipe for dinner, however, Kashmiris use Bramleys/cooking apples to make this, never heard of granny smith curry.

Unknown

Hi Sheezan, You can use cooking apples.