The famous breakfast and a teatime snack, veg kurma and buns are an interesting combination that is cherished in the coastal areas of Karnataka, especially in Karwar and Mangaluru. The duo is majorly savoured together. The sweetness of banana buns from the vegetable curry makes for a perfectly balanced dish, both in flavour and portion.
Heat a pan with oil and add the spices - cinnamon, cloves and bay leaf. Sauté for a minute until they get aromatic and then add the chopped onion. When the onion turns translucent, add the cooked vegetables. Stir for a while and add the prepared ground kurma masala.
Add salt, red chilli powder, coriander powder and garam masala. Combine well and bring it to a boil. Next, add yoghurt and sugar. Cook for a minute and finally garnish the veg kurma with coriander leaves.
Add curd, cooking soda, salt and cumin seeds. Mix well and add maida to knead a smooth dough. Do not add any water, just use sufficient maida in small portions to make the dough. Knead the dough with the ghee. Keep aside for eight hours or overnight to allow it to ferment.
Keep puris immersed in oil by gently using the ladle. This way they will puff and rise up and also get cooked thoroughly. Serve the delicious banana buns along with your creamy, delicious and restaurant-style kurma.
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