Sata bhajiyun-seven vegetable curry is a traditional autumn meal.This is a very important curry for Sindhis.Some people also call it Chiti Kuni.For all other communities,it is another way of making and feeding kids a great mixed vegetable curry.Probably you can say this Sindhi curry is counterpart of Gujarati 'Undhiyu'.While Sindhi sabji recipe sai bhaji is cooking spinach with lentils,this is cooking spinach with veggies.Cooking mixed veggies together also makes use of left-0ver raw veggies at once.Thereby cleaning your refrigerator.
We cook small amounts of variety of vegetables in a spinach based gravy.It is also a way to utilize small left over raw veggies in a spinach based gravy.
First of all,this curry makes use of winter vegetables which mother nature welcomes with time.
There is a change of season, when autumn ends and winter appears.Hence, there is a distinct change of veggies in the local market.Sata means seven while Bhajiyun meaning vegetables.
This curry is especially made on the day of 'Laxmi Pujan' at Diwali and also kept in Naivedyam.
Probably, the only prasad which is not sweet but a curry.
However, you may not wait till Diwali for making this curry.You can relish this with fried flat bread -Poori.
Have it any time for brunch.Great way to eat your greens.
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