Indianised Brocamole | How to make Indianised Brocamole

By Rathy V  |  16th Mar 2016  |  
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About Indianised Brocamole Recipe

This recipe is inspired from Brocamole recipe in the 'Simply Nigella' book. It was made with broccoli and avocado. However I skipped the avocado and added a few ingredients to make an Indian version. It made a very tasty spread for toast.

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Indianised Brocamole

Ingredients to make Indianised Brocamole

  • Broccoli -1 medium sized
  • Big onion -1 medium chopped
  • Sesame oil -3 to 4 teaspoon
  • curd -1 teaspoon
  • Unriped mango (green)- 3 thin slices
  • Green chilli-2
  • mint leaves- 3 sprigs
  • salt- as needed

How to make Indianised Brocamole

  1. Take out the stem of the broccoli and discard it. We need only the florets for this recipe.
  2. Boil water in a wide bowl. Add little salt to it and add the broccoli. Let it boil for 3 to 4 mins.
  3. Turn off the gas, drain and rinse in cold water. It has a beautiful green color to it now.
  4. In a mixer or food processor, grind the broccoli by adding oil little by little to get a smooth texture.
  5. Add the onion, chilli, mint, yogurt to the mixer (with the broccoli paste) and blend well.
  6. Grind the unripe mango separately with little oil to a paste and then add it to the broccoli paste and pulse it.
  7. Add required salt and pulse. Your spread is ready!

My Tip:

You can use this spread while making vegetable sandwiches as well. You can use refined oil. It can be stored upto two days in the fridge. Store in an airtight container and use a clean spoon.

Reviews for Indianised Brocamole (2)

Shweta Srivastava2 years ago

This is a perfect indian innovation that we can easily prepare at home! Thanks alottt

Dolly Singh2 years ago