Another simplest, quickest and tastiest gujju recipes.
And yep, once you read the recipe don't pop your eyes with surprise at the typical 'secret' gujju ingredient.
Trust me, it adds a whole different flavor to these sabjis.
This is my husband's favorite sabji with freshly baked rotlis and ghee.
Do give it a try this way.
10 - 15 Minutes
25 - 30 Minutes
3 - 4 medium, cut into wedges
2 - 3 tbsp
4 tbsp, shredded
4 tbsp, chopped
Wash and string the beans on both ends. That can be done with a knife or like stringing french beans.
Separate the two parts of the beans and de-seed them. If they are too big, cut them into smaller chunks.
Peel and cut the potatoes into wedges.
Mix the masala well. If the sabji seems a bit dry, sprinkle some water.
Add the prepared masala and mix well. Cover and cook for 3 - 5 minutes.
Goes best with freshly baked rotis and ghee.