Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Sabz Bagh

Oh...how much I wish each minute had 120 seconds..so that I can claim 48 hrs each day. So many things to do and so less time at disposal. I really salute those super powered ladies who manage both office and their house efficiently...and not to forget ..how they manage more than 1 child. I really wonder if I could ever be that much efficient. I am always short of time no matter how fast I complete my chores.

I have not been able to visit my friends blogs as much as I would love to visit them. So all my dear friends I hope I would be able to catch up with your enthusiastic posts soon.

Sharing today an extremely healthy medley of veggies baked in orange juice. This is a very simple recipe and all the required veggies can be added. Saw this recipe long time back in Sanjeev Kapoor's show, but had not exactly noted the ingredients. So here is my version of Sabz Bagh ( which when translated means garden of veggies)



Ingredients:

Orange Juice- 1 Cup ( Preferably fresh home squeezed)
Par Boiled Mixed Veggies Cut in Big Chunks- 2 to 2 1/2 Cups ( I used a mix of cauliflower, broccoli, beans, baby carrots, green peas and baby corns)
Tomato Ketchup- 2 tbsp
Salt and Red Chilli Powder- For Taste


Procedure:

  • Heat a skillet and add orange juice. Once it gets little warm add in the par boiled vegetables.
  • Let the veggies cook in the orange juice for some time.
  • Meanwhile preheat the oven to 180 Degrees C.
  • Add in salt, tomato ketchup and red chilli powder.
  • Transfer the veggies along with remaining juice to a baking dish and bake in the pre heated oven for around 40 minutes.
Serve the veggies with hot rotis or parathas.

Linking this to Priya and Aipi's Bookmarked Recipes- Every Tuesday Event.
Veggie/ Fruit A Month- Orange Event of Priya and hosted by Savitha

38 comments:

  1. I know it has been really busy for me too! But here you go! This sabzi looks healthy and I am sure it tastes good too. I always enjoy beaked vegetable and this seems to be a good way to enjoy it.

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  2. Thanks for liking this Grishma.. this is indeed very healthy.
    Now its 11 PM and somehow I managed to post this after having a hectic day of running around my daughter, and a shopping trip to buy gift for her friend..I hope I can catch up with some of the friends posts tomorrow.

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  3. this looks real fresh n healthy n a nice way to sneak vegs with fuirty flavor..thanx for sharing Raji...yeah its very tough to manage everything alone with kids...sometimes i too feel the same...no prbs u take your time...

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  4. Splendid work here Raji.Love ur dish.Thank u very much for sending it to my event dear.

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  5. This is so delicious. Love the colors. Relax little bit girl and catch up with things soon.

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  6. Colourful and healthy dish..loved it..I too wonder how the super moms manage office, home n kids :)

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  7. Delicious :) Looks so inviting :)

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  8. wow, that does sound superb, cooked in orange juice. Love the idea. Thanks for linking it to our event.

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  9. Looks so different...Love the cooking of veggies with orange...

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  10. Thanks for sharing this recipe. sounds very new too me & sure its a different yummy flavor & taste.

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  11. Time is just flying by .. we all feeling the pain dear. This is one healthy dish you made and it had all the vegetables I like :)

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  12. very new recipe to me ....... delicious and healthy too.......

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  13. Cooking veg in organe juice! liked the tangy sound. poora subzi ka bagicha andhar diktha hai sundar! will definitely give it a try, Raji

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  14. The recipe sound interesting n nice..looks yummy

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  15. Colorful and interesting recipe.. looks tempting.. thanks for sharing dear !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  16. Veggies cooked in orange juice,thats truly new for me, cant wait to try...lovely and quite a healthy dish to enjoy without any guilt..

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  17. Looks delicious, colourful, yummy and tempting. Wonderful and very healthy dish.

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  18. baked veggies get my attention always and this one gets a rousing thumbs -up ! and r u sure u want only 120 s /min ! wish for more so we all can fit in more time for all work !!!

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  19. Love the name of your dish..sounds interesting and looks so healthy..I am sure it tasted pretty yum!

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  20. Cooking with orange juice!!! Nice dear... lovely pic.

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  21. wow...nice try dear with awesome result...wanna try now..:)
    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

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  22. Looks very delicious and healthy! Wonderful recipe

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  23. Wow Raji, this sounds different & tasty. Looks fabulous...love the name of this!

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  24. Wow very healthy and delicious recipe,nice color.

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  25. Hi Raji, This bowl of mixed veggies is looking absolutely delightful. Loved the new combo of ingredients and the recipe is so nicely made and presented. Saving this recipe of urs and wud love to give ur version a try on the coming weekend. Have a great day….Sonia !!!

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  26. Colorful and healthy dish raji..very inviting!

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  27. OMG!!! i want to finish the complete bowl.. very healthy:)

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  28. veges in orange juice is like a bowl soaked of sunshine!!

    i totally know what u mean - i dunno how some ppl can juggle EVERYTHING (work, home, kids). aside from work/social life etc, im struggling to keep up with my blog AND visit friends blog too! i wish i could freeze time instead lol.

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  29. sabzi looks healthy and tasty!

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  30. truly stands up for it's name :P looks gorgeous !!

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  31. truly stands up for it's name! looks beautiful and healthy

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  32. What a great fusion of flavors ~ so light n refreshing :)
    US Masala

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  33. Hi Dear, I'm happy to give an award to your lovely blog. You can check it at http://tastejunction.blogspot.com/2011/06/reposting-for-event-and-award.html
    Plz. acknowledge your receiving it!!

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  34. I definitely know what you mean about being a busy bee! This dish sounds super delicious - and glad you found the time to post it =)

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  35. its the same with me Raji, I dont find time for myself. its frustrating at times. the curry looks delish. and loving the orange juice in it.

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  36. Veggies cooked in Orange juice looks delicious, yes you are right difficult to find some time to cook.

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