Friday, January 15, 2010

Palak keerai kadasal


Ingredients
1 bunch palak leaves
6/7 small onions(peeled n cut)
3 tsp toor daal(cooked)
1 green chilly
1/4 tsp jeera
1/5 tsp mustard seeds for thalipu
1 tsp coconut scraping
salt ,oil to taste

direction
1.Heat oil in kadai ,fry onion ,jeera,g.chiily in it till golden,
2.add 1 cup water n add palak leaves to it
3.let it come to a boil,simmer for 3 min.
4.add 1 tsp coconut scraping to it
5.now grind (4) after adding the cooked dal .to a coarse paste
6.temper mustard seeds and add the ground palak to it.
7.relish as a kootu or a side dish to chapati

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