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CONTINENTAL FOOD, Indian Curries, INDIAN DRY VEGETABLES, PARTY MEAL PLANNING

Almond Paprika Curry|| Raw Almond Curry

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An Unusual Dry Curry Green Almond Paprika- Today I am sharing a very unusual recipe of raw almonds. This dry curry is a little tangy and tasty.

What Is Raw Almond?

when I saw an almond tree in my backyard I was amazed. The Tree was full of green almonds and they looked so fresh and tempting that I thought I must prepare something out of it. A friend of mine once told me, that raw green almonds are a delicacy because they stay for very little time and can’t be stored thus, they are not very easily available in the market. Did you know that in Iran they eat it raw with salt as a snack!Fresh Green Almonds are available during April and May.

Fresh, green almonds produce a peach-like feel over green skin. A translucent, gelatinous substance surrounds the nut inside.

Health Benefits :


Trans-fat-free and cholesterol-free, fresh green almonds provide the same nutritional benefits as dry roasted almonds which include protein, dietary fibre, vitamin E, calcium, iron and a trace of vitamin C. One-fourth cup contains about 180 calories.

Raw Almond


The young nut taste pairs well with compatible lemony flavours. To store, keep refrigerated for up to three weeks.
Almonds are a little tangy in taste with a little lemony flavour.
I thought I must try something unusual with these delicious green almonds so I tried almond paprika. I gave it that name because I used a lot of green and red pepper in it to give it a tangy and spicy taste.

Finally, i would like to suggest you few more recipes from my blog:

Almond Paprika

Recipe by Minal SharmaCourse: CONTINENTAL FOOD, Indian Curries, INDIAN DRY VEGETABLES, PARTY MEAL PLANNING
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

30

minutes
Cooking time

40

minutes
Calories

300

kcal

Ingredients

  • Green almonds….1/4 cup, cut into thin slices

  • Green pepper……..1 large, cut into long slices

  • Red pepper…………1 large, cut into long slices

  • Carrot…………………1, cut into long slices

  • Garlic pods………….4 chopped

  • Tomato ……………….1 small, cut into long slices

  • Green chilli…………..4 slits into long slices

  • Panch pohran ………1 tsp

  • Ghee………………………1 tbsp

  • Salt as required

  • Red chilli powder…….1/4 tsp

  • Sugar………………………1/4tsp

  • Tomato ketchup ……..1tsp

Directions

  • Heat ghee in a frypan add punch pohran in it and stir for 1/2 a min.
  • Add onion and garlic in it stir and add almonds in it, add salt and cover for some time.
  • Now add rest of the ingredients and stir fry till all vege get tender.
  • Serve almond paprika with Indian bread.

Did you try the recipe? please review it :)