Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe

Last updated: April 30th, 2022

Pumpkins are vegetables that’s available in plenty in markets all round the year. Try Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe to have with roti or parantha in tiffins or dinners. This can also be served with rice, dal.

Total cooking time for Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe – 30 minutes

Ingredients for Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe cooked for 2 people:

1. Pumpkin or kaddu – 500g diced into medium pieces

2. Potato – 1 big diced into same pieces as pumpkin

3. Kalonji or kalo jeera – 1 or 1/2 tsp

4. 2 slitted green chillies

5. 3/4 tsp turmeric powder

6. Salt

7. Oil

Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe – The Method:

1. Heat oil in a Wok

2. Put Kalonji or onion seeds and slitted chillies. Let them crackle

3. Put potato pieces and stir for 2-3 minutes

4. Put pumpkins,  turmeric and stir fry

5. Add salt and water if required and cover cook for sometime till cooked

Serve hot as a side dish!

Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe for babies:

You can feed babies on this Kalo jeera foroner kumro | pumpkin with onion seeds recipe as well. Just make sure to add no chillies and less onion seeds. You can use ghee instead of oil. Also make sure you mash the pumpkins with hand before serving it.


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