Friday, November 10, 2006

Baked Vegetables

Baked vegetables

Mixed Vegetables in White Sauce and baked with Grated Cheese.

Ingredients Needed:
1. Mixed Vegetables Each 1/2 cup (Beans, Carrot, Potato, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Baby Corn, Peas) - Cut into cubes.
2. Small Shallots - 2, stuck 2 to 3 cloves in each shallots
3. Maida - 2 tablespoons
4. Milk - 2 cups
5. Black Pepper powder
6. Salt - to taste
7. Grated Cheese - 1/2 cup
8. Butter - 2 tsp

Preparation of White sauce:
1. Heat butter in a kadai/saucepan, fry Shallots, Maida in slow flame and gradually add
Milk, mix well without forming lumps. Make the sauce in thick consistency.
Add Pepper powder and keep it aside.
2. Steam the vegetables and mix white sauce. Check for salt.
3. Cover these vegetables with grated cheese and bake it till brown or Cheese melts.

Serve with Toasted Bread or Focaccia Bread. Nutritious breakfast. Suggest you to skip lunch that day. ;-)

This is my submission for WBB#7 by Nandita of Saffron Trail

Baked Vegetables Garnished with Capsicum

19 comments:

TS said...

Nice recipe! utterly simple and delicious I bet!

Krithika said...

I have eaten this in India and I think it had bread crumbs too. I loved the crusty top. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

Ashwini said...

This dish reminds me of my childhood...my mother would often make this when we got bored of Indian stuff :-)

Foodie's Hope said...

Baked vegs sounds great MT! Like veg Shephard's pie:))

Lakshmik said...

Cool recipe. Seems like a baked version of vegetable au gratin. Surely will try it out.

Lakshmi said...

nice recipe, never tried this. Sure will try.

Prema Sundar said...

simple and a neat recipe.. haven't tried this ..thanks for the recipe.

Sandeepa said...

Very nice recipe and definitely a distinct entry as a baked breakfast dish. Instead of the cakes & breads, veggies, very nice & healthy.

Mythreyee said...

I just love this Au Gratin. I used to do only with Cauliflower. Thanks for the recipe.

Sia's corner said...

baked vegetable...mmmm...yummy...

Puspha said...

Super yummy!!!

USHA said...

HI,

I tried your shell seedai,it came out very well...thanks alot

Bhargavi said...

Wow,..looks so yummy,....I will definitely try this.
Thx for sharing.

Mythreyee said...

hey good recipe.

BTW, I do not see the recipe sometimes. it disappears. I think there is some problem with the template. I had the template which you have now. the same problem so, I switched to a new one.

Mallika said...

In calcutta, we call this dish Russian salad... and I never figured out why!! It looks v tasty and so simple. Thx a ton

Menu Today said...

Hi All,
Been away from my computer and will be so for few more days. :-(

Thanks to Trupti, Krithika, Ashwini, FH, LK, Lakshmi, PS, Sandeepa, Mythreyee, SC, Pushpa,Usha, Bhargavi and Mallika.

Mythreyee,
I had been facing some problems in my template some time ago and I thought it was over. Thanks for letting me know. Let me try to work it out later.

Thanks to all. Take care.

Linda said...

Hi MT, rich and delicious looking veggie casserole! And yes, I would have to skip lunch :) Hurry back when you're able!

Geetika said...

Excellent recipe loved it, but i have added half cup of pineapple too(as i had tried in a 5 star hotel)....thanks for the recipe

cinnamon said...

It looks very much like a Russian salad, which has a mayonnaise in it. Your vegetables must be delicious, but I have one question. I live in Italy and I've never hear about Maida, what is it?