Sunday, January 18, 2015

Nool-Khol-Leaf-Lentil

#NoolKholLeafLentil: Last week a friend of mine sent 3 #noolkhols with leaf from her garden. The leaves were very fresh and I didn't want to throw them away. I washed a leaf and tasted. Its taste was just like radish leaf. So I decided to include the noolkhol leaves in lunch. So that day I prepared lentil with those fresh #noolkholleaf.

Noolkhol [ knolkhol ] Leaf Lentil


Here comes the preparation.



Ingredients :
1/2 cupGreen gram cooked
1/4 cupNoolkhol leaves chopped
1/4 cupOnion chopped nicely
2 or 3Green chilly split lengthwise
7 - 8Curry leaves
small amountCoriander leaves chopped
1 pinchTurmeric powder
3/4 TspSalt [ adjust ]
To Temper :
1/2 TspMustard seeds
1 TspBlack gram split
1 Red chilly, break into pieces
1 TspOil

Method :
Heat kadai on a stove over medium flame with oil.
Splutter mustard seeds and then add red chilly pieces and black gram split.
When black gram turns golden color, add curry leaves, green chilly and onion in the order.
Saute till onion becomes translucent.
Then add cooked green gram and turmeric powder.
Add 1/2 cup of water and bring it to boil.
Finally add chopped noolkhol leaves and salt.
Cook for three minutes or until the leaves turn soft.


Turn off the stove.
Transfer into a serving bowl.
Garnish with coriander leaves.

Noolkhol [ knolkhol ] Leaf Lentil


Tasty and healthy noolkhol lentil is ready.
Take hot rice in a plate and pour a big ladle full of prepared noolkhol lentil.
Mix well well with hand adding a dash of ghee.
Relish with sambar or any dry curry/stir fry of your choice.
Noolkhol lentil also goes well with chappathy/roti.

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