Bottle Guord Milk Curry

Image showing Doud Al (Bottle Gourd cooked with Milk)

Bottle Gourd offers immense health benefits. It also helps in weight loss. It is cooked in various styles and one of my favorites is when cooked with milk. It is cooked without any onions or tomatoes. Lean more about the recipe here.

How to make Bottle Guord Milk Curry:

Objective: Learn how to cook Bottle Guord inducing milk for a rich gravy.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Total time: 30 minutes

Servings: 8-10

Cuisine: Indian (Kashmiri)

Recipe for Bottle Guord cooked in milk

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Giya (Bottle Gourd) cooked with richness of milk is a very delicious from Kashmir which will leave you licking your fingers and taste buds wanting more. Here I present you the detailed recipe

Ingredients:

Recipe Specific Ingredients:

Bottle Guord: 1 Kg

Milk: 400 Liters

Spices:

Asafoetida: 1 pinch

Cumin Seeds: 1 tea spoon

Ginger Powder: 1 tsp

Fennel Powder: 2 tea spoons

Coriander Powder: 1/2 tsp (Optional)

Pepper Corn: 1 tsp

Big Cardamom: 3-4 Pieces

Cinnamon: 1 piece of 1 inch length

Basic Ingedients:

Salt: 1 tsp (as per taste)

Green Chilies: 2-3

Mustard Oil: 2 spoons

How to do Basic preparation:

Peel the Bottle Gourd and clean them thoroughly with fresh water.

Cut the bottle gourd in two halves length wise and then again each half into two. Then cut into small pieces.

How to prepare Spices for the dish:

Take 1 inch cinnamon stick, 4-5 big cardamoms and 18-20 pepper corns and grind them to coarse powder.

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How to cook Bottle Gourd:

Heat some oil (2 spoons) in a pressure cooker.

Add asafoetida and cumin seeds to it and saute it.

Add the Bottle gourd. Mix well and let the water dry out.

Now Add fennel powder 2 tsp, coriander powder 1/2 tsp, turmeric powder 1/2 tsp, ginger powder 1/2 tsp and salt 1 tsp

Mix it well and add little water around half a glass.

Close the lid and cook till you get the whistle. Cook for 5 minutes after the whistle on low flame

Take the steam out and open the lid.

Add chopped green chillies and the powdered spices and mix well.

Add the milk, mix well and let it coe to a boil.

Dish it out and it is ready to serve.

It goes very well with rice.

Do try it out and let me know how it turned out in your comments. Sure you will love it.

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Sanjay Pandita is an alumni of REC (NIT) Srinagar and has a great interest in travelling and food. He has a keen interest in trying different cuisine and writes about food and health. Here he brings authentic cuisine from Kashmir and other regions. You may also contact him for Web Development, SEO and Writing projects.

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