Hi friends, I am going to introduce you with another side of me. I am a passionate cook,  hobbyist for last three years. It was a long story, when I first left home I use to eat outside then I started cooking. I love preparing my own delicious dishes in my own way. I myself a vegetarian for last 8 years. I prepare 35 most delicious vegetable Indian dishes.

This is an easy 15 minutes recipe, quick to prepare and very delicious!

Btw I am trying to use the English names for all of the items, any question please feel free to ask me. Thanks!

Photo: Dahi, Chole, & Butter Mushroom by Vikram

Ingredients: 

200gm fresh white button mushrooms,

2 tsp olive oil,

1 small onion (finely chopped),

1 fresh red tomato, (chopped in pieces)

2 tsp ginger garlic paste,

2 green chili,

½ tsp zeera,

100gm chole or chickpeas (dip under fresh water at least for 8 hours before the main preparation),

½ tsp haldi or turmeric powder,

½ tsp salt,

½ tsp garam masala or aromatic blend of spices,

1 tablespoon butter,

50gm dahi or curd

Method: 

Take 2 tsp of olive oil in a pan, fry chopped onion for a minute. When onions turn into reddish, add chopped tomatoes. Add garlic ginger paste, zeera and green chili. Fry well, then add chopped pieces of mushrooms, and chickpeas. Add turmeric powder, salt, and garam masala. Mix well. Garnish with butter, finally add curd and mix it well. Boil for 2 minutes and serve with toasted breads.

Its 15 minutes easy preparation and very tasty vegetable dish specially for vegetarians. Please send your feedback,

Happy meals

with love

Vikram

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Hi guys, I am Vikram, a friend of your’s! I would like to take this opportunity of personally welcoming you to my profile! The readers are invited to read... …it’s great to have you here! I am the writer of the mystery play “The Alchemist A Mystery In Three Acts” http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005IDUD4C We know each other from a long long time! I am here to bring love, life and hope! I am with you! I am nothing but your inner voice! You talk I listen, and we both listen to the same! The words are all free to construct. Construct the future, full with love, science and logic. No emotion! No hate! Hope! Hope will take us high to experience the brave new world! Modern technology and fast information will help us to connect each other! Kisses! Light! Hope! Love! And big big Hugs! With warm regards, Vikram Roy

38 responses »

  1. I like to make stuffed mushroom caps. I make a paste of chopped mushroom stems, Italian bread crumbs, finely chopped celery, butter, 1 egg and crab meat. Saute mushroom caps in olive oil 2 minutes, use spoon to put mixture into caps, sprinkle white cheese and bake 10 minutes.

  2. Hello Vikram,
    It looks good. You are now a cook. I thank you for your kind comments,
    As always,
    Micheline

  3. I will try it and let you know how it turns out. I have my own version of that dish, but the mushrooms seem like a nice addition. I think “zeera” is cumin in English.
    Thanks for sharing and thanks for all the other lovely blogs.
    Andrée

  4. VIKRAM ROY says:

    Yep, “zeera” is “cumin” in English, thanks for the mention. Andrée please try and drop me a feedback!

    Always love :)
    Vkram

  5. Painter Lady says:

    You are very generous to share one of your culinary successes! Have a beautiful day!

  6. Lola Marigold says:

    Looks so good.

  7. Hummmm, making me hungry, I just cooked an omelette… Only one ingredient I didnt know on your list, I hadnt heard of zeera, what is that? …

  8. zari says:

    A man if many talents. I am not a vegetarian, however, I love a varied diet. Your recipe will be tried over here. I like to tinker in the kitchen when I can.

    Great work sir.

  9. soumyav says:

    Great dish! and thats a pretty beautiful facade of yours unseen! :-)

  10. willowdot21 says:

    Yum yum , my husband also loves to cook.

  11. It looks delicious. Congratulations!

  12. I do a fair amount of Indian cooking – from all over your country, actually. I’m excited to try your recipe! Thanks, Vikram!

  13. *cumin instead of zeera and yogurt. Greek yogurt instead of curd

  14. On January 1st I will be vegan for one year. Indian dishes have been a go to for me since this life-change. I had never tried them before. In fact I’d never even tried curry…..gasp! Now I’m a huge fan. I have not, however, endeavored to cook them myself. I may have to try now!

  15. Janaki says:

    Yum!!! I’m so glad I found your blog (actually, I think you found mine!), and I enjoy you AT&T and your writing, but to get good Indian recipes from you, too…Heaven!! Can’t wait to try this!

  16. Omg I am also a vegetarian and I love Indian food! I cannot wait to try it! Thanks! :-)

  17. Sandee says:

    I might have to try this!

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