How To Make Mushroom Bhajee – No Base Gravy – Indian Restaurant Recipe at Home! Vegan Recipe!

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Hi Guys, amazing and simple recipe for you guys to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. I’ve had many requests for vegetarian and vegan dishes due to the corona lock-down so i fancied this amazing dish with lovely plump mushrooms!

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470 grams of button mushrooms
4 tbs extra virgin olive oil
3 bay leaf (tez pata)
2 diced onion
2 tsp garlic & ginger paste
4 tsp tomato puree
2 small diced tomato puree
4 sliced green birds eye green chilli
1 handful coriander
1 cup water

Spice mix:
1 tsp curry powder
1 tsp chilli powder
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1/2 tsp cumin powder


Michael Parker says:

Very tasty and really good for me being vegan. Would love more vegan recipes 👍

adam wells says:

This doubles as a really nice tomato curry base, really nice with lamb. Thanks!

Alice InChristchurch says:

I personally don't mind you banging your spoons, whatever keeps your flow going. Don't compromise on your art. we are cooking lovely curries thanks to your channel. So we take it as it comes. Best wishes 🙂

Smidgekat says:

This looks AMAZING!!! Can't wait to try this – thank you so so much for sharing your recipes – loving the vegan options – thank you Latif – your channel has changed my culinary life 🙂

curt miller says:

Love your pan .Does the type have a name.its neither a wok nor a saute pan

Listen2DeathMetal says:

Awesome vegan recipe Latif, keep em coming!

Mystery Rosebud says:

I'm loving all these recipes. That garlic and ginger paste with the coriander stalks is lovely. Can use it for so many things.

rubi T says:

Always say bismillah before adding the spice and salt 😆

Smash B says:

Do u use low or medium flame near the end when u added the chillis

Ian Chappell says:

Cheers Latif….again….

Tyblubearboy says:

Cooked this last week and it was amazing. Going through the video again to cook in a minute. You need to add the 1 heaped tsp of salt into your ingredients above.

Daniel Tricker says:

This looks absolutely delicious. But I can not find the tomato purée on your channel ?

Bedtime Stories - Trance Classics on Piano says:

Mate do more veggie/vegan recipes, you'll increase your audience , I can't wait to try this

Mahmood Bhamji says:

I love watching your videos. But why do you keep calling Onion Bhajia's <Onion Bhajis>? (In Hindi/Urdu lexicon bhaji is normally green leaves like spinach or near cooked like dishes – pav bhaji – aloo bhaji etc.. ) You can't make bhajias out of few green leaves of spring onions or scallions. There is no such thing in Hindi/Urdu linguists. In some parts of India they are called Kanda bjee – not bhaji). Onion Bhaji an anglicized misnomer I am trying to get our British supermarkets to correct,. And here, like so many of our minority Asian cooks in the UK are just compounding the good namesake of one of the most delicious delicacies of our heritage – especially during Ramadan. Our rich recipes are being slowly being corrupted by versions we don't ourselves recognize as good curry. Only Sainsbury does it correctly. Check it out. In all my travels of the subcontinent, I have never come across onion bhaji. Makes one's blood boil!

Julie Bedford says:

This is the next curry I'll be making. Thanks again

Nige Smith says:

So good, making this tomorrow, my local baker is open, all they do is Naan bread in a Tandoor all day. This curry and bread…yes.

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