1 tbsp garam masala One thing you can do is make the masala (with some extra onions) in the same way then separate into 2 pans. Let me know how it comes out. It’s smelling delicious at the moment, Well how did it go? Hi Pat You can make a paste by roasting red peppers and blending them to a puree and use that instead of tomatoes. Presenting to you the most popular Indian food website that has a huge collection of Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian recipes from India and around the world. Just tried your marrow curry. A 1 inch piece of ginger, peeled and chopped Can't ask for more! We were given two VERY large home- grown marrows from some friends and was intrigued when we found this recipe. I'm glad i come across your recipe, will be trying this tomorrow. Add the onion, garlic and remaining spices, and fry for 10 mins until soft and starting to brown. Well — curry it, I say! I had it with cous cous. What else will you be trying? Does that help? Add the garlic and cook on a gentle heat for a few minutes. We use cookies on this website to give you the best possible experience. Post a picture on the app here so I can see it. I would love to see your creations please share them with me here on my free app. Thank you very much. Good to know you liked it! So please to hear you are enjoying using the website. We provide you with easy and delicious recipes with simple, step-by-step instructions for a hassle-free cooking experience. Bake it? Peel and wash all the vegetables . Thanks Hari, Hi Anna It will keep for 2-3 days in the fridge and yes you can freeze it too. https://www.harighotra.co.uk/quick-keralan-pandi-recipe, http://www.harighotra.co.uk/cooking-guides/indian-cooking-ingredients/spices, http://www.harighotra.co.uk/pumpkin-curry-recipe, http://www.harighotra.co.uk/courgette-chutney-recipe. Thank you for your feedback and the soy sounds interesting!! It's wonderful to hear that you enjoyed using the recipe and that you added your own twist too. This keeps for ages too. Yes turmeric has been used in Indian cooking for centuries primarily because of it's help benefits. Hi David How amazing to hear that. Now add the sugar, stock, salt and pepper and bring to the boil. Hari, Hi just the recipe I was looking for ! Hi Sarah - now that is impressive. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Lovely texture. Let me know what you think - please do post pictures on the app too Thanks for your comments Hari, Did you try the marrow curry? Add the ginger garlic paste and finally add chopped tomatoes. I have a great pumpkin dish here too. but you didn't say the weight for the marrow. 1 tbsp curry powder ( Log Out /  something really wonderful can be produced. Step 2 Add the marrow, potato and sage leaves, turn and coat in the butter, cover tightly and sweat over a low heat for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Thanks Hari, Hi thank you I will try that. Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Follow My Tasty Recipe Book on WordPress.com. When the marrow is cooked through add the potatoes and chickpeas. I have lots of information on the spices used in Indian food here. I'm always coming home to runner beans wrapped in newspaper left on the doorstep, or a carrier bag bursting with courgettes and even the occasional bunch of gladioli (it paid to tell our local gardener Morris that I love these flowers). You may also need to remove the seeds and soft central part of the marrow. An IT professional, Sushmita loves spending time developing new recipes. In a large saucepan cook the onion and garlic gently in the butter until tender, without browning. Usually have to go up proportionally. Could you confirm? 9 grams fat. Thanks a million! I grew my very first marrow which was ready for harvesting today. It was a little bit wet and bland because I didnt have any fresh chillies. This will be my go to recipe for marrow in the future. That said if you have a older marrow the seeds may be a bit more tough so I can understand why you would want to take them out. Have you seen my new app its free to download too? I must thank Yumski for supplying this recipe as everyone enjoyed the result. Hi Chris You can do it in the masala in the slow cooker for 4-6 hours on low. The smells are wonderful! this is going to be my first time cooking marrow and I am glad I found an Indian recipe for it. I think next time if it feels thick and hard to begin with then peel the marrow before cooking it. I served it with dhal and rice and naan. Hi Corinne I don't usually remove the soft parts and like the texture the seeds add. Hi Susan - sound delicious - did you take a picture? How was it? Thank you so much for your lovely comments. I tried this curry, adding 1 pack of mango chunks (added towards the end of cooking) and a 400g tin of green lentils for protein.