Feb 24, 2013

Labra- Assamese Cuisines


This time I tried some very popular recipes from Assamese cuisines… because of choosing North East food for 4th week of this month. Out of all first is Labra, To know proper procedure and flavors of this labra recipe I prefer to choose Sunita’s labra recipes from her space. Under this recipe, Combine and stir mix veggies with tempering of bay leaves, red chili and panch phoron. Panch phoron is very authentic spice mix of North East cuisines. 


Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Time:  25 Minutes
Serving: 5-6 Persons
Recipe source: Sunita’s World
Ingredients
1/2 Cup Pumpkin or Squash, Diced
1 Small Sized Potato, Diced
5-6 Florets Cauliflower
 1/2 Cup Eggplant, Diced
1/2 Cup Carrot, diced
1/2 Cup Reddish, Diced
1 Small Sized Red Onion, long
2 Green Chili, Finely chopped
1 Tsp. Ginger, Grated
2 Tbsp. Mustard Oil
Salt to taste
1 Tsp. Sugar
1/2 Tsp. Turmeric Powder
Pinch of Asafoetida
1/2 Tsp. Garam Masala
1/2 Cup Water
1/4 Cup Green Coriander, chopped
For Tempering
1 Tsp. Panch Phoron
2 Small Bay Leaves
3-4 Dried Whole Red Chili
1/2 Tsp. Cumin Seeds

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Direction
Peel and chop all veggies into diced form.
Heat the pan or wok, add mustard oil. When oil comes on smoky point;  add bay leaves, cumin seeds, asafoetida, dried red chili and paas phoron or panch phoron.
When they start splutter, add chopped onions, ginger and green chili and sauté till to golden.
Add veggies and cover with lid for 5 minutes  to cook.  Add salt, turmeric powder and sugar. Mix well.
Add enough water and cover with lid again and cook on medium flame till to tender and soft. When water absorbs completely, add garam masala and chopped green coriander.
Serve hot labra with chapatti.

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15 comments:

  1. nice to see even more perspectives of northeast cuisine

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  2. Very nice one Preeti, good that you took this up to explore the cuisine

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  3. This theme opened doors to a new cuisine unknown to me. You have also done it very well. Loved the combination of veggies and spices...

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  4. Oh this is a great mix of the best of the season veggies :) Good work Preeti.

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  5. Very new to me.Hats off to ur exploration.

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  6. Lovely dish to include many vegetables and love this topic of trying out new cuisines :)

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  7. Never heard or tasted it before but your narrated very well..Love it..

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  8. A very interesting and tasty blend of vegetables and spices. I like your spirit to venture into other unknown cuisines!!

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  9. What a beautiful melange of vegetables! Nice to see a new cuisine and a dish that is totally new to me.

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  10. That is one colorful curry. Love the spices used.

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  11. Nice combo of veggies,new to me...looks colorful.

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  12. Wat a healthy and flavourful medley of veggies, happy to learn from u;

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  13. Nice vegetable curry, made flavorful with panch poran seeds.

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