Great Green Gobble

A green Curry with a filmi twist and the taste of a blockbuster. This is what was premiered at Sunil’s house directed by Sunil himself in the opening session of the afternoon meal series. All the audiences kept licking this sensational chart-topper and now down memory lane.

The Green Curry Paste

The cast of Characters :-

For Green Curry Paste:
1 cup coriander leaves
15-20 basil leaves or 4 tbsp dry basil leaves
5-6 chopped green chillies
1 tbsp roasted whole coriander seeds (saboot dhania)
1 tbsp cumin seeds roasted
3-4 cloves of garlic
1 tbsp Lemon rind grated
2 tbsp lemon juice
½” of ginger
½ tbsp salt
4-5 black pepper
½ tbsp turmeric powder

Grind all of the above with 2 cups water to make the paste thick like chutney.

Supporting Roles by Mushrooms cut, Carrots slivered, Broccoli into florets, Baby Corn wafered and 3 packets of 200 ml Coconut milk.

The Making of GGG :- Heat the pan for a minute, introduce the grinded green paste stirring continuously for 2-3 minutes. Sling in the chopped veggies. Choreograph this shot on low heat for 2-3 minutes. The plot thickens with 3 packets of coconut milk along with ½ tbsp soya sauce. Let the sequence become hotter with 3 boils and let the suspense begin by covering the plot on simmer for 5 minutes. The supporting actors (veggies) after all the heat, deliver their best performance when crunchy yet cooked.

The GGG is unleashed and will be gobbled in no time 🙂

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. When u write the names of spices and leaves pl give the hindi name also e.g basil leaves is it meant to be tulsi?Ihope the taste is as yummy as the description.

  3. How do you get coconutmilk 😀

  4. i too wanna taste it……………

  5. Coconut Milk is available everywhere in a brand named Homemade. Basil leaves are not Tulsi. You get them fresh at big vegetable shops, otherwise use the packed ones, available everywhere.

  6. I will make this today 🙂 Bhaiyaji post more…kuch sandwich jaisa hojaye!!

    Love ya

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