Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Sprouted lentils sabzi--- a guest post


Hello all! Today I introduce you to my tenth guest in this series. Her name is linsy patel and she is sharing very healthy dish today. Lets hear linsy talk about herself and her dish.

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Hi, My name screen name is Kitchen queen and my blog is http://realhomecookedfood.blogspot.com
I loved to take same old recipes and twist little t o make it interesting cause i get new things in same old food every time.

My recipe is sprouted lentils subji.

Eating healthy and flavorful is always good. That's what I tried to do. Somewhere I am going in right direction also. These are mixed sprouted lentils I had. But you can choose what ever your family favorite is.

I had whole mung, math, Green peas, brown Chana. First soak in water for one night, then cover it in damp cloth or sprout maker , till they become nice and big. It takes at least 3-4 days.


Ingredients:

2 cups mixed sprouts

1 onion chopped

1 tsp mustard seeds

1 tomato chopped

1 tsp each ginger, garlic, green chili paste( I make this paste and put it in fridge so it's very handy, but you can make your fresh if you prefer)

1 tsp dhania - jeera powder

2 tsp chili powder ( or as per your taste)

1 tsp garam masala

salt to taste

juice of one lime

3 tsp of oil


Method;

Heat a oil in pan, add mustard seeds in it. when popped add chopped onion in it. cook till onion change it color.

Add tomato in it and cook for 2 minutes, then add all powder masala and ginger , garlic, chili paste. mix it well.

Add sprouts in it. mix it and add 1 cup of water , cook it in medium flame. Cook till all the water is gone and sprouts also cooked.

Sprinkle lime juice just before serving. Serve it with hot chapati.


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Thank you linsy for such a healthy sabzi. Friends, do check out her blog for more yummy dishes. Over to you all for lovely comments.

19 comments:

  1. Very easy n healthy side dish...This is very new to me!!!! Thanks Kitchen Queen n meena :)

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  2. Good and health dish Meena fast and easy to make too!

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  3. wow very easy and healthy dish.. good for kids..
    http://www.indiantastyfoodrecipes.com

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  4. When I was doing my Post graduation, I was in my granny's home. My aunt often use to do this for her father. By that way we to started eating this :) Initially I din't like it very much, now having it happily!!!!

    If you reduce the spicy, you can also have it as chaat or evening snack.

    Thanks for reminding my older days!!

    Dish is simply superb. Yummilious

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  5. Easy,healthy and delicious curry...Meena coincidence again,see I have posted bean sprout rolls:)

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  6. Thats simple healthy and a good side-dish :) Well done Meenu and Linsy :)
    Wheat Flour Balls / Godhumai Maavu Urundai

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  7. Wat a nutritious and healthy sabzi.

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