Broccoli has become a hot favorite at home. Broccoli is very nutritious and has anti cancerous properties apart from purifying the blood as well. Earlier I used to hesitate to buy them as one look at the blackened sick looking head used to repel me. But now-a-days the quality has improved manifold and I get them as good as a green tree top. So I do not hesitate to pick one up every week though they are a bit costly when compared to other veggies. After making some Falafels, I made this kurma with broccoli and peas which came out very well and made a perfect pair with chappathis.
- I wanted to keep the green hue of the vegetables, so I did not add any other vegetable or tomatoes. Do add them if you want it colorful.
- Adjust green chilies according to your spice level.
- Adding onion for grinding the masala is optional but doing so will give the kurma a wonderful flavor and more volume as well.