Friday, June 15, 2007

Sprouted moong curry

2-cup sprouted moong,
2-tbsp garlic and red chilli paste,
2-tbsp oil,
1-tbsp turmeric powder,
Salt to taste,
Coriander leaves for garnish.
Step 1: Heat the oil in pan and add garlic paste in it.

Step 2: Then add turmeric powder and salt to taste.

Step 3: Add little water and cook until they are soft (or microwave for 2 minutes).
Step 4: Garnish with coriander leaves.

Step 5: Serve hot with roti, rice and kadhi.:)


Sia said...

i checked the ingredient list twice to see if u have missed any ingredients there. but no!!! sprouted moon curry with so little ingredients !!! i love the recipe n the pic kajal. i would love to have this with steaming rice and kadhi:) yum....

trupti said...

Hi Kajal,

Mein aa last week banavya hata...hun paan post karvani chu....! Tara maag ketla saras aney naram lage che! anhiyan maag ma kain thekana nathi hota, ekdam katthan thai jaay che. :(


Richa said...

arrey, may kaley mag banavya hata, pan joodi recipe che! tari thali bau tempting che, saathey gilab jamun, su vaat che :)

Asha said...

I wish I could speak Gujju,I would have joined you gals in the banter!;D
Moong rocks always.I love the simplicity.Good job Kajal:)

Seema said...

Sprouted moong is sooo very healthy and the curry looks delicious. I loved the last picture. It looks so very authentic. I would love to sit with that thali outside and finish it all one by one.

Manasi said...

WOW!! the list of ingrdients is so limited!! this looks wonderful.. Bau saras che (did I get that correct?) I can understand Guju (afterall living in Mumbai, one in sure to that!!), but not speak well!

Sharmi said...

this is a very simple and healty curry. I have to try it out sometime. looks yummy.

Jyothi said...

Hi Kajal, looks great. I used to do kurma type with this mung bean sprouts. Thanks for giving me one more healthy dish with these sprouts. Next time, surely I will try your version.

Vani said...

Hi Kajal, first time on your blog. To say, your blog is amazing is an understatement. Its fantastic. I think anybody with little bit interest can cook delicious meals following your pictures :-) Keep up the good work. I'll try your recipes and let you know.

musical said...

Very amazing and healthy dish, Kajal and that too with the minimum number of ingredients. I love moong stuffed in crispy toast, so will try this. Lovely, as always.


Suganya said...

That is one nutritional but tasty plate. Mildly flavouring the sprouts with only garlic is a good idea. Rotis look perfect :)

Kajal said...

Hi Sia,
Thanks for nice comment my dear.
It is very simple and easy to cook recipe........May I Right?..:)

Kajal said...

Trupti, mai to jaate mag fangaviya hata.....atale sara lage chhe.....ready made nathi sara avata.......Thanks for lovely comment.:)))))

Kajal said...

Are Richa, tu kayare avi jamava mane to khabar nathi pan mara gulab jamun khalas thai gaya atele lage chhe Richa avi hase......Just kidding........:)
Thanks my dear. Take Care.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Asha,

If you wish then you definitely speak gujju.... Our mother tongue is very fine we really enjoy it.

Thanks for lovely words my dear....:)

Kajal said...

Hi Seema,
Yes, I prepare this thali for you so you enjoy it, I am very happy....if you need more anything then say me my dear..:)
Thanks a lot!!!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Mansi,
Yes, you’r Gujju line is correct.
I think in Mumbai people speak in Marathi...i don’t much idea about many gujarati are their.
Thanks for your gujju words and nice comment.:)
Good day. Take Care.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks Sharmi.....this is simple curry from simple gal. Your work is always fine and something new my dear.))))

Kajal said...

Hi Jyothi,
Thanks for nice words.
Have a nice day.:)
Enjoy your weekend with lots of fun.:))

Kajal said...

Hi Vani,
Well-Come to my blog and keep in touch.
Thank you for your lovely comment.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Musical,
When you come from India?
How is your trip?
Thanks for lovely comment my dear?
Good day.:)

Kajal said...

Thanks Suganya,
Lovely comment.

Have a great weekend.:)


Aarthi said...

Thanks Kajal for this wonderful yet simple recipe, I will definitely try out sometime :)