Vegetarian Brussels Sprout Subzi – Indian Vegetarian Recipe by admin June 8, 2018, 10:43 am 39 Comments anujabrusselcookingcur...greens...hetalindianIndian cookingreciperecipesshowmethecurrysproutssubjiSubziveganvegetarianvideovideos See more Previous article Akki Rotti Recipe – Indian Breakfast Recipes by Archana’s Kitchen Next article Smoked Pork Butt | Smoking Pork Butt for Pulled Pork HowToBBQRight with Malcom Reed 39 Comments Leave a Reply Thanks for the recipe. It turned out yummy. Reply I love how both of you talk about cooking foreign veggies in an honest manner… too cute. love Indian food. you're recipe works better in a steel or copper pan. non stick cookware is no Bueno Reply I want to stock up on the Indian spices. Looks wonderful. Reply The combination of spices in this recipe sounds so delicious! Thank you so much for sharing! Reply Home made masalas are better than readymade …… Reply from where we can get Brussels sprouts in India. Reply Very helpful thank u .can u add artichokes recipe too pls Reply A moments silence for the arsehole of every person who tried to make/eat this. May they RIP in peace. Reply awesome .. I just tried and it came really good Reply I'm sooo glad I found your channel. I love the spices but they are so hard to find. Where is the best place to find the spices. Some of them I've never heard of. Love your channel! Reply This dish looks so gorgeous! I love brussels sprouts and adding some beautiful, 'warm' 'indian' spices to them seems like just another awesome way to enjoy them. Thank you for sharing ladies! I love your channel. 🙂 Reply Looks damn tasty Reply 7uioonn IIUIOP I TO Reply 7uioonn IIUIOP I TO Reply Thanks! You two work great together. You get right to the point and are very clear with your instructions. I look forward to exploring your other videos. Reply Hi Anuja-Hetal , Does it taste like cabbage or any different ? Plz reply Reply hello there ..I tried this curry today and loved it ..thnx a ton for sharing .pls show us a curry with artichokes. thanks . Reply Loved It! Thanks! Reply CAN I REPLACE TAMARIND PASTE WE LIME OR LEMON JUICE Reply how will this taste with out the onions? My husband will not eat them. Reply Very helpful, thank you! Reply I wished I discovered Brussels as I first moved out on my own after school because they usually are cheap, can be cooked a number ways, are low fat and can even be simple finger foods if preparing them whole in something such as simmering soy sauce that it absorbs for flavor to be able to be picked straight form the pot after handling temperature. ( that type snack seems not to attract thousnds of views from Youtube turds pretending to be fancy ) Thanks, looked very yummy and will try it. Reply That's really look like 2 man job!!! Reply Thant looks great. Going to try it tomorrow. I pray for the ones that feel they need to be inconsiderate in order to be heard. Namaste ~*~ Reply that looks gross and undercooked..has anyone tried this?! Reply I have all the ingredients accept for the Indian ones but I am going to the Indian store tomorrow and purchase them, I know this is delicious, thanx for sharing ! Reply sorry to give you a thumbs down. i clicked you on and then recognized as i watched the recipe how much you suck. sorry. Reply Anuja & Hetal you both doing brilliant job i.e. giving us nice recipes. Sprouts recipe was great & definitely I will try it !!! Raafie from other side of Atlantic!! Reply Thank you Showmethecurry team, We tried the recipe yesterday and it came out so tasty. Will also try other recipes regards! Sunita Reply Either one of them… Reply Hi ladies; Have a suggestion for you the recipe looks amazing, My family love brussel sprouts and we cook them often next time you make your dish of curry brussels try blanching them for 2 minutes and mergeing in cold water before frying they will take less time to fry and be tender to taste so good luck and enjoy debbie Reply Thanks for great recipe, It was very tasty. Reply Want 2try it…luks yummy:) Bt vot is Asafoetida?? Hearin 1st tym… Reply It is a Split Black Gram with the skin removed. Hope that helps. For our regular Indian cooking, we use Canola Oil. Reply Chef top tip. Part stir fry the sprouts or roast them in your oil of choice before adding to the curry. Reply that looks great! but I don't think I am gonna to find all the spices here in Spain! : ) please what is urad daal? any other name for it? and what kind of oil you use? thanks : )) Reply Thank you so much for the recipe !! 🙂 🙂 Reply that looks very good! i am trying to cut out meat from my intake. except for a lil fish or chicken now and then. i may have to try this thnx! Reply I tried this recipe yesterday and it was awesome. It was my first time cooking Brussels sprouts and my husband loved this dish. Thank you for the recipe. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.