1. Chop the pumpkin into cubes and the tomatoes and set aside
2. Heat oil and once it is ready, throw in the Jeera, let it splutter
3. Add the pumpkin and allow for 5 mins
4. Add tomatoes and allow to cook for another 5 mins
5. Add the Lobia or the Black eyed peas, mix well
6. Add the turmeric, and the Garam Masala and salt to taste and close with a lid. Let the sabzi cook for a good 15-20 mins or until the pumpkins get tender.
7. Add a dollop of ghee in the end and mix. Switch off the gas :)
This sabzi turned out so well, that I ate my words. I believed that this was a perfect combination of simplicity and superior taste. That is another reason I've not added coriander or done anything to the picture. I wanted to keep it simple. Every time A pesters his mom for a recipe, the perfect in-laws that I have, my father-in-law sits and types out the recipe into a Powerpoint and sends it titling the presentation N's kitchen, N being my mother-in-law's name's first letter too! Also, with this recipe, he said this for the last step: Add a dollop of ghee and mix. Serve with love :) So, here I am sending it to Srivalli's Curry Mela with love!
P.S.- Sorry, Srivalli, I'm technically challenged, so replicating your logo even if it is just Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V is slightcha complicated ;)