Asparagus Stir Fry – Spiced Up!

Asparagus Stir Fry – Spiced Up!

Also Known As Asparagus Poriyal, Asparagus Varuval. Asparagus Vepudu. Asparagus Subzi. Asparagus Kura.

For a fun-filled weekend, people go to theme parks and holiday resorts! To me, the happiness gets complete only¬† when I shop at ethnic stores! My new found activity is to hit the farmer’s market on Saturdays! I get bit frustrated when it snows out here heavily, preventing me from gazing around!! However, I make pretty good excuse to pay a visit to the Mexican stalls!

And, that’s how I got this Asparagus shoots pulled fresh from the yard…and that too for a great deal. I just couldn’t wait to try them in Indian way, all spiced up! This plan was going on for many years. Anyway…most of the time, I end up sampling n relishing it, before making any clicks!! Today, I practiced some good resistance and there you go…a wonderful recipe for you all. :)

IngredientsCarolina Cooking 4

  • 1 bunch asparagus
  • 5 garlic pods, crushed
  • 3-5 dry red chilies, flakes
  • 1 fistful peanuts, grated
  • salt to taste
  • 1/4 tsp turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1/4 tsp cumin seeds
  • few tsp oil

Method

  1. Wash and clean the asparagus shoots, trim the blunt ends. Then chop them down into bite-size pieces.
  2. Heat oil in a wide pan. Add the whole spices and followed by the veggies.
  3. Salt them, add the turmeric as well. Cover and cook briefly.
  4. Once they are tender, add the grated nuts, garlic and chilies. Stir-fry over high and remove from heat.
  5. Serve to go with your meals. Must be something, I know…enjoy. :) Carolina Cooking 41
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4 Responses so far.

  1. Wow, that looks so tempting, liked the addition of peanuts to it. Please do send your delicious and healthy dish to my “Healthy Me & Healthy Us” event @ my blog (read the rules please)

  2. MahiArun says:

    Wow..so many posts in just a few days? Looks like you are all geared up Malar! :)

    I tasted stir fried(in American style! ;) ) asparagus once, and I didn’t even touch it ever-after! Your version is interesting!

  3. Chitz says:

    haha.. that looks very Indian :) Lovely clicks.. And that makes me try out this recipe :)

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