Cauliflower – 4 florets ( chopped into small pieces )
Ivy gourd ( Tendle / tindora ) – 7 to 8, small ( chopped )
Small Gooseberries ( Raj-Avale ) – 7 to 8, small ( chopped )
Dry red chillies – 10
Mustard seeds – 1 tsp
Asafoetida ( Hing ) – Small piece
Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
Salt – 4 tsps
Water – 1 cup
Prepare salt water by boiling it. Allow it to cool for some-time.
Meanwhile, Grind dry red chillies + turmeric powder + asafoetida + mustard seeds into powder. Add the cooled salt water little by little and continue grinding till medium consistency masala ( Kholu in Konkani – this should be of too thick consistency and not too thin consistency ).
In a bowl, add the ground masala and the chopped veggies. ( You can add veggies of your choice ). Mix evenly.
Add the prepared mixture in a container and set it for few hours so that the veggies gets the flavour of the masala and also not tastes salty.