Mushroom Ghee Roast Recipe: This fiery mushroom recipe will have you asking for more

Mushroom Ghee Roast Recipe: This fiery mushroom recipe will have you asking for more

Mushrooms have become extremely popular in recent years. In the past, people were skeptical about its use and cooking methods. But once recipes started rolling out, and we loved their taste, there was no turning back! From making mushroom tikka to mixing it between our stir-fries or pasta, we have indeed come to love the taste of these edible mushrooms. So, if you’re a fan of that too, it’s time to give the mushrooms a new look and taste with this mushroom ghee roast recipe! As the name suggests, the mushrooms in this recipe are made in the famous South Indian ghee roasting style. This style of cooking traditionally comes from Mangalore. It is made with roasted meat and vegetables cooked crispy and velvety in a pool of masalas and ghee. The dish, which is heavy on ghee, is a fragrant treat. The ghee roasts are ideal for those who prefer a meal with lots of peppers and spices.

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Once you’ve made this recipe, you can choose to pair it with a parotta. However, if you find it a bit difficult to make, a tandoori roti/naan also works! This recipe is perfect to make the day you want to eat something spicy or surprise your family with a new taste! So what are you waiting for? Check out the full recipe for this dish below:

Mushroom Ghee Roast Recipe: This is how you make Mushroom Ghee Roast

Combine the mushrooms with yogurt, turmeric powder and lemon juice in a bowl. Then add dry red chillies, peppercorns, cloves, methi seed, coriander seed, and cumin seed to a saucepan over medium heat. Dry for about five minutes. Add roasted herbs, garlic cloves and tamarind paste to mixing bowl and blend into a smooth paste with a little water. Heat a kadai over medium heat. Add the ghee and curry leaves to this. Then add the marinated mushrooms along with the marinade and cook. When the mushrooms look cooked, throw in the ghee roasted masala, jaggery and mix. Once ready, serve and enjoy!

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Make this treat at home and let us know what you thought of the taste!