Bengali Vegetable Stew | Mixed Vegetable Stew
A simple, light, & nutritious vegetable stew recipe made with the goodness of veggies and a few common spices.
Lunch, Side Dish
Bengali style vegetable stew, Bengali vegetable stew, Mixed vegetable stew recipe, Vegetable stew recipe Bengali style
INGREDIENTS ( 1 CUP = 240 ML )
black pepper (gol marich)
medium onion cut into 4 pieces
small-medium potato cut into halves
beans cut into big pieces
cauliflower floret cut into 4 pieces
big chunks of raw papaya
big chunks of carrots
fresh green peas
medium-size tomato cut into 4 slices
Salt to taste
or vegetable stock
garam masala powder
freshly crushed black pepper
Heat oil in a pan. Add black peppercorns, cloves, green cardamoms, cinnamon, and bay leaf. Saute for a few seconds.
Add ginger-garlic paste and saute until the raw smell goes.
Add all the vegetables together, followed by salt, and continuously saute over a medium flame for 5 minutes or until golden spots appear.
Now add water and crushed black pepper. Simmer the flame, cover and cook until vegetables are cooked. Make sure not to overcook.
Once done, add garam masala powder, crushed black pepper, and butter. Stir to mix.
Remove from flame and serve hot.
The addition of raw papaya adds a beautiful flavor to it. Hence don't skip it.
Make sure the consistency of the stew isn’t very thin.
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