Cooking is not as easy as we wish it to be! Just by simply adding more salt than required or less water can completely change the taste and the texture of any dish, be it dal, sabzi or roti. As a beginner cook, we are always on a hunt for easy recipes that don't take time or energy to prepare. We wish for something simple that can be whipped up without any fuss, right?! On a hunt for such recipes, we have found a quick sabzi recipe of mushroom fry. Mushrooms are cooked in classic Indian spices to give this desi mushroom fry.
Mushroom is often mistaken to be a vegetable but the truth is that it is a fungus. Don't be scared by the word fungus! Mushrooms are safe for consumption and are actually very nutritious. They are full of lean proteins and special fibres that may help keep your cholesterol levels in check. Mushrooms are also loaded with calcium, an essential nutrient that helps maintain bone strength. According to Delhi-based Nutritionist Dr Simran Saini, mushrooms are a fantastic source of chromium, which helps to regulate insulin and manage blood sugar levels, making them a superfood for diabetics.
Mushroom Fry Recipe: How To Make Desi-Style Mushroom Fry
This quick and easy recipe can be ready in just 20 minutes! It can be enjoyed as a dry sabzi and paired with rotis or parathas. Start by heating oil in a pan. Saute the onions till they are light golden. Fry the green chillies with the onions. Add the mushrooms and cook them till they start to sweat. Season cumin powder, turmeric powder, pepper, garam masala and salt. Once the mushrooms are lightly golden, the mushroom fry is ready! Garnish with fresh coriander.
Sounds easy, right?! Make this mushroom fry at home and surprise your family with your culinary skills. Do tell us in the comment section how you liked it!