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Monday, February 17, 2014

Moong dal with Muli ki bhaji / Yellow Spilt lentils with white radish greens

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I have some soft corner for the yellow split greens because its takes very less time to cook and goes with any thing means you can add any greens in it and still it taste awesome. I tried with spinach , kale and methi, today I had it with White radish green leaves. You can substitute with your favorite lentil and greens too.

Ingredients :

1 cup clean and washed yellow spilt gram / Mung dal
1  cup radish leaves, washed and chopped

1 small onion chopped
1 tomato chopped or 2 tbsp. puree
1 tsp. mixed ginger, garlic and chili paste
1 tsp. garam masala
1 tsp. red chili powder
1 tsp. turmeric powder
1 tsp. Clove powder
1 tsp. Jeera / Cumin seeds
2 tsp. oil
pinch of hing
salt to taste
lime juice to taste

Method:

Heat a pressure cooker on stove.
Add oil in it, when its hot , add jeera / cumin in it. When it changes its color, add onion along with hing.
Cooked till it pinkish , add tomatoes , ginger garlic paste and all powder masala.
Cook for minute or two till oil floats on top.
Add dal and greens , salt and enough water to cook it.
Keep it on high flame for one whistle and then on medium flame let it cook for 8-10 minutes
Let it air go by itself.
Before serving add lime juice and serve along with plain rice or have it as a side dish of any dry vegetable.


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24 comments:

  1. You made me nostalgic with this one.. My mom makes paalak mag ni daal... Very healthy and comforting..

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  2. Awesome bhaji Linsy..I wonder if we could use the salad raddish's leaves too in the same way.

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  3. healthy nd wonderful..i don't know abt rasdish leaves.. ll chk it out in the market today

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  4. Wonderful recipe.... unique..love it

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  5. Awesome side with those spices added in.

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  6. Health n wonderful

    My recent one : http://natashabhatt.blogspot.in/2014/02/valentines-day-celebration-2014-with-my.html?m=1

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  7. Healthy and looks yummy

    Recent post : http://natashabhatt.blogspot.in/2014/02/valentines-day-celebration-2014-with-my.html?m=1

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  8. Healthy side dish for rice and roti. Yummy side dish too.

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  9. Did you know that all the spice you use in this recipe have all medically been identified as healthy. Nice job. I will have to try this one out for sure. Thank you for sharing Linsy very beautiful photos too.

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  10. Just a little trick when your shooting closeups stand back when you zoom in to avoid the shadow. Try it works well.

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    1. sure , will try it next time. thanks for the tip

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  11. Healthy and awesome side dish dear ..yummy !!

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  12. Lovely bhaji. Must try ypour version.Everyone is bored of my single kind of bhaji. :D

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  13. very healthy and delicious combo bhaji looks very inviting !!

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