Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

It tastes nice and the name sounds cool!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cut mushrooms into quarters.
  2. Heat oil and add onions.
  3. Saute till brown.
  4. Mix ginger and garlic pastes in water.
  5. Add it to the onions.
  6. Let water evaporate.
  7. Add turmeric powder, red chilli powder and dhaniya powder.
  8. Saute well.
  9. Add grated tomatoes and saute till oil separates.
  10. Add fresh mushrooms and greenpeas.
  11. Mix with the masala and add salt.
  12. Fry well.
  13. Add 3/4th cup water and cook by covering with a lid.
  14. When done, add garam masala and cashew paste.
  15. Cook covered for 5 minutes on low heat.
  16. Garnish with chopped corriander (cilantro) and serve hot with roti.
Most Helpful

I have to edit my initial review -- as I've made this again. I've since learned (having finally stopped moving long enough to look this up - lol!) that dhaniya powder is coriander, and have to say that with it, this recipe is still positively fab, maybe even better! :) (I feel so silly for not looking it up sooner!)

GoKittenGo September 30, 2003

My hubby in from India and he really liked this. He said it had a "sweet" flavor. Not sure where that came from!!

caroliyer April 14, 2009

Sorry Char, but somehow something went wrong. Usually all your recipes come out very well, but this was not up to my expectations. I do not know what went wrong. I did follow the recipe to the dot, and usually any curry gets a fantastic flavor when kaju is used, but somehow this did not come out well.

Sangeetha December 07, 2005