Amrood sabji recipe

Amrood Sabji recipe | Guava Sabji Recipe

What is Guava ki sabzi?

It is a guava based side dish which has a punch of flavours; it is tangy, spicy, and savoury as well as has a hint of sweetness. It gives a good break from the regular side dishes that we often make. Amrood sabji recipe can be served with parathas, pooris or even dal rice etc.

Let’s talk about the ingredients for Amrood Sabji recipe

Ripe guavas are required to make amrood ki sabji. Lots of spices are added to introduce flavours to this easy and simple side dish. Basically, the recipe uses panch phoron i.e. mix of five spices. It makes it very flavoursome. Black salt and dry mango powder (amchur) add the necessary pungency; little sugar balances all the flavours very well. And of course, chillies add the required heat!

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How to make Amrood ki Sabji

1. To start with remove the seeds of guavas. It is optional. You can keep the seeds if you like the bite.

Amrood sabji recipe

2. Chop the remaining part of guava.

Amrood sabji recipe

3. Heat 1&½ tbsp oil. Add 1 tsp fennel seeds (saunf), ½ tsp mustard seeds (raie), ½ tsp cumin seeds (jeera), ½ tsp nigella (kalonij) and 1/8 tsp fenugreek seeds (dana methi). Cook for 30-40 seconds on low flame till aromatic.

Amrood sabji recipe

4. Add 1 broken whole red chilli.

Amrood sabji recipe

5. Next is the time for chopped guava.

Amrood sabji recipe

6. Mix well with the spices. Cook for 2-3 minutes.

Amrood sabji recipe

7. Add in salt to taste.

Amrood sabji recipe

8. Followed by other spice powders i.e. 1 tsp red chilli powder, 1 tsp coriander powder, ½ tsp garam masala powder, ½ tsp dry mango powder (amchur) and ½ tsp black salt.

Amrood sabji recipe

9. Cook for 2 minutes

Amrood sabji recipe

10. Add 1 tbsp sugar. Mix well.

Amrood sabji recipe

11. Cook on low flame till guava gets mushy.

Amrood sabji recipe

12. Check the seasoning. Bon appétit!

Amrood sabji recipe

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