Sunday, September 1, 2013

Super quick Apple Subji (flexi-flavour)

Apple subji -  very quick side dish ready in just a couple of minutes.
 

You need :
1. Onion - 2 medium sized.
2. Garlic - 2 cloves
3. Tomato - 1 small (but optional)
4. Masala - well....that.... i will keep it flexible. (to be selected on the type of flavouring that you would like to have).

want to have sambar flavoured sabji, go for sambar masala ...
want to have it in rasam flavour...fine, use rasam powder...
want some more hotness...try with any pickle masala.

See..I am so flexible ;) :P

4. Apples - 3 medium sized.  Granny Smith / cooking / green / dark red / light red...... . absolutely no specs, as long as they are apples. Colour, creed, nationality just dont matter.

Flexiblity...reloaded !!!





Aahh...that' soo sweet of you...as you say, Ma'am !!!

5.The rest of the ingredients - mustard seeds, dry red chillie flakes, salt to taste.

How to :
Into a wok, add in few tbsp's oil, splutter some mustard seeds.

 
Throw in the onions, garlic and when almost tender, add in the tomato
(again, thats optional..)
 
ooh..aah..ouch !!!

Remove the skin and cut the apple into chunks.




Once the onions are cooked, add in the masala , the cut apples and a few tbsp's of water.
Salt to taste.
Keep covered , just for 2-3 minutes for the apple to cook.
Sprinkle some dry chillie flakes , mix well and switch off the stove.

 
 
Best when served hot with plain rice.

45 comments:

  1. Aaahha I love the flexibility and the subji,Sona.:)

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  2. Loved the subzi.. let me try it out.

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    1. thank u Tinku ! let me know which flavour n how it turned out :)

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  3. Ur amazing, i have never heard of apple sabji.. I have all the ingredients , will try it..
    Keep in touch,
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com
    http://instagram.com/beingbeautifulpooja

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  4. wow , wonderful apple sabji and loved your presentation..

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  5. Lol! Flexi Flavor :) Love the idea of Apple Sabji Sona :)

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  6. Lovely looking subji dear, I love the clicks... and soon will try this subji...

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    1. let me know hah..how it turned out..its very quicky.

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  7. So innovative nd luvd ur flexible recipe :-)

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  8. Very innovative recipe . will try it

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  9. Apple in this form!!! Hmmm... vrything flexi! Gr8!!! ;)

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  10. Its and impressive dish and really creative use of apples for a savory version.

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  11. I have apples in my fridge..would love to try this recipe.

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  12. I tried once this kind of quick subji with tangy green apples and love it.. Love that bowl.

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  13. Love the innovative recipe..

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  14. Ghosh, your sense of humor is very nice. BTW love Ina and this recipe is quite unique..It would go so well with some plain old rotis.

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  15. super fab...i still remember the first time i ate guava sabji in my school days and was stunned to see a fruit in curry now here is the second time with apple...:)

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  16. Wau! gud gud a new way of subji....really love it n the pics of apple for peeling off the skin (one crying...n d others waiting for d next peel) z soooo cute :)
    http://remyasbaking.blogspot.in/2013/08/no-bake-biscuit-layered-cake.html

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  17. Innovative recipe, sabji looks delicious.

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  18. I am sure this must have tasted delectable :)

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  19. Apple subji! Thats really creative of you! Well done!

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  20. Wow...that is totally different type of subji....would love to try it

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  21. thanks all for the positive replies....appreciate it :)..hugss..

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  22. though i love apples as they are, i still think ur version is worth trying...lovely clicks too!!

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  23. oh you are so tempting us to try this sweet-tart curry out...bet it would taste unique and tasty,thanks for sharing :-)

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  24. Looks awesome, have to try this..

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  25. Hi Sona, interesting and flexible quickie dish. Look very inviting. Thanks for sharing the delicious recipe. Enjoy your humour too.

    Have a fun week ahead. Regards & hugs to you.

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  26. My Mom used to make Apple subji's when we were small, it was something common in our house for Rotis. I think its a north Indian dish, she doesn't make it anymore. I will remind her now :)

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  27. nice dish with apples, love to try it, I already have apple tree in my backyard so no need to wait for 10 yrs.

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  28. That's a super droolicious recipe....never thought of sabzi with apples....though i tried using apples in dal...this looks yum....

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  29. Very rich and innovative recipe Sona.. Bookmarked it :-)

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  30. I have seen a similar recipe on a north indian blog as well...gotta try this sometime, though I hate cooked apples. Apple pie is an exception though :-P ;-)
    So how have u been? I'm sorry I haven't collected your award and shared on my space yet...will do soon. Been busy with so many things, but blogging now n then so that readers don't forget abt me :-)

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  31. Wow, apple subzi looks yum & so easy to make. And love the way u have written it, esp the first pic :D

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  32. What a unique and lovely flavor combo... great creation :)
    Shema | LifeScoops

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  33. Hi Sona, I really enjoy reading your post and am glad that Amelia Dessert recommended me to your blog. Btw, your apple dish sounds interesting and very unique. I am now one of your latest followers and look forward to more interesting posts from you. Thanks for sharing and cheers :)

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Sunday, September 1, 2013

Super quick Apple Subji (flexi-flavour)

Apple subji -  very quick side dish ready in just a couple of minutes.
 

You need :
1. Onion - 2 medium sized.
2. Garlic - 2 cloves
3. Tomato - 1 small (but optional)
4. Masala - well....that.... i will keep it flexible. (to be selected on the type of flavouring that you would like to have).

want to have sambar flavoured sabji, go for sambar masala ...
want to have it in rasam flavour...fine, use rasam powder...
want some more hotness...try with any pickle masala.

See..I am so flexible ;) :P

4. Apples - 3 medium sized.  Granny Smith / cooking / green / dark red / light red...... . absolutely no specs, as long as they are apples. Colour, creed, nationality just dont matter.

Flexiblity...reloaded !!!





Aahh...that' soo sweet of you...as you say, Ma'am !!!

5.The rest of the ingredients - mustard seeds, dry red chillie flakes, salt to taste.

How to :
Into a wok, add in few tbsp's oil, splutter some mustard seeds.

 
Throw in the onions, garlic and when almost tender, add in the tomato
(again, thats optional..)
 
ooh..aah..ouch !!!

Remove the skin and cut the apple into chunks.




Once the onions are cooked, add in the masala , the cut apples and a few tbsp's of water.
Salt to taste.
Keep covered , just for 2-3 minutes for the apple to cook.
Sprinkle some dry chillie flakes , mix well and switch off the stove.

 
 
Best when served hot with plain rice.

45 comments:

  1. Aaahha I love the flexibility and the subji,Sona.:)

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  2. Loved the subzi.. let me try it out.

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    Replies
    1. thank u Tinku ! let me know which flavour n how it turned out :)

      Delete
  3. Ur amazing, i have never heard of apple sabji.. I have all the ingredients , will try it..
    Keep in touch,
    www.beingbeautifulandpretty.com
    http://instagram.com/beingbeautifulpooja

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  4. wow , wonderful apple sabji and loved your presentation..

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  5. Lol! Flexi Flavor :) Love the idea of Apple Sabji Sona :)

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  6. Lovely looking subji dear, I love the clicks... and soon will try this subji...

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    Replies
    1. let me know hah..how it turned out..its very quicky.

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  7. So innovative nd luvd ur flexible recipe :-)

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  8. Very innovative recipe . will try it

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  9. Apple in this form!!! Hmmm... vrything flexi! Gr8!!! ;)

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  10. Its and impressive dish and really creative use of apples for a savory version.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I have apples in my fridge..would love to try this recipe.

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  12. I tried once this kind of quick subji with tangy green apples and love it.. Love that bowl.

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  13. Love the innovative recipe..

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  14. Ghosh, your sense of humor is very nice. BTW love Ina and this recipe is quite unique..It would go so well with some plain old rotis.

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  15. super fab...i still remember the first time i ate guava sabji in my school days and was stunned to see a fruit in curry now here is the second time with apple...:)

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  16. Wau! gud gud a new way of subji....really love it n the pics of apple for peeling off the skin (one crying...n d others waiting for d next peel) z soooo cute :)
    http://remyasbaking.blogspot.in/2013/08/no-bake-biscuit-layered-cake.html

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  17. Innovative recipe, sabji looks delicious.

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  18. I am sure this must have tasted delectable :)

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  19. Apple subji! Thats really creative of you! Well done!

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  20. Wow...that is totally different type of subji....would love to try it

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  21. thanks all for the positive replies....appreciate it :)..hugss..

    ReplyDelete
  22. though i love apples as they are, i still think ur version is worth trying...lovely clicks too!!

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  23. oh you are so tempting us to try this sweet-tart curry out...bet it would taste unique and tasty,thanks for sharing :-)

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  24. Looks awesome, have to try this..

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  25. Hi Sona, interesting and flexible quickie dish. Look very inviting. Thanks for sharing the delicious recipe. Enjoy your humour too.

    Have a fun week ahead. Regards & hugs to you.

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  26. My Mom used to make Apple subji's when we were small, it was something common in our house for Rotis. I think its a north Indian dish, she doesn't make it anymore. I will remind her now :)

    ReplyDelete
  27. nice dish with apples, love to try it, I already have apple tree in my backyard so no need to wait for 10 yrs.

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  28. That's a super droolicious recipe....never thought of sabzi with apples....though i tried using apples in dal...this looks yum....

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  29. Very rich and innovative recipe Sona.. Bookmarked it :-)

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  30. I have seen a similar recipe on a north indian blog as well...gotta try this sometime, though I hate cooked apples. Apple pie is an exception though :-P ;-)
    So how have u been? I'm sorry I haven't collected your award and shared on my space yet...will do soon. Been busy with so many things, but blogging now n then so that readers don't forget abt me :-)

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  31. Wow, apple subzi looks yum & so easy to make. And love the way u have written it, esp the first pic :D

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  32. What a unique and lovely flavor combo... great creation :)
    Shema | LifeScoops

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  33. Hi Sona, I really enjoy reading your post and am glad that Amelia Dessert recommended me to your blog. Btw, your apple dish sounds interesting and very unique. I am now one of your latest followers and look forward to more interesting posts from you. Thanks for sharing and cheers :)

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