Mushrooms are a rich, low calorie source of fiber, protein, and antioxidants. They may also mitigate the risk of developing serious health conditions, such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. They’re also great sources of: Selenium.
Peas(matar) are packed with antioxidants, which help build your immune system. Anti-inflammatory nutrients in peas have been associated with lowering the risk of inflammatory conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis.
|Matar (Green Peas)||100 g (cooked)|
|Mushroom (button)||100 g|
|Onion paste||2 blended|
|Tomato puree||2 blended|
|Turmeric powder||½ tsp|
|Chili powder||1-2 tsp|
|Coriander powder||2 tsp|
|Cumin powder||1 tsp|
|Garam masala||½ tsp|
- Heat a pan with a tbsp of oil.
- Season with cinnamon and cloves.
- Add onion paste (ground two onions) and fry in oil until the onion is well cooked and oil separates.
- Now add ginger and garlic paste, cook until the raw smell goes off.
- Add tomato puree (ground two riped tomatoes) and cook until the oil separates.
- Once it is cooked add turmeric powder, salt, chili powder, coriander powder, roasted cumin powder and garam masala. Stir in between.
- Cook the spices until the raw smell goes.
- Now add chopped mushroom and cook with the masala. Stir and add little water to cook.
- Add cooked green peas or frozen green peas. Mix well until it is well combined. Cook altogether well.
- Finally add 2 tbsp coconut cream / thick coconut milk. No need to boil.
- Serve Matar Mushroom /Mushroom Green peas with Chappathi or Roti