Posted in Easy Sabzis, Product Reviews, Side dish, Side dish for Rotis

Dry Moong Sabzi

The other day, was thinking of what to cook, and the sprouts came handy. The innovation that came to my mind was the addition of lasun chutney to the curry.The result was a fabulous curry bursting with flavor and minimal ingredients. The Nutty Yogi Rajasthani Lehsun Chutney is a keeper. Use it as a sidedish for rotis/ theplas/paranthas and you are hooked.

The chutney is spicy and the flavors too good with garlic being the hero. Add a little more for spicier version Go ahead and try this and I am sure you won’t regret. A meal in itself, if you wish to cut the carbs and the rotis. Just Indulge.

 

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Here goes the recipe:

Ingredients:

Moong Dal: Sprouted or otherwise ( I used Sprouted)

Onions: 1 chopped ( I skipped since I was running out of it)

Tomatoes: 1-2 medium sized chopped finely.

Turmeric Powder: 1 tsp

Red Chilli powder: 1 tsp

Nutty Yogi Rajasthani Lehsun Chutney: 2 tsp

Coriander leaves: a handful

Salt to taste

Jaggery: 1 tbsp

Oil: 1 tbsp

Mustard Seeds: 1 tsp

Hing: a pinch

Lehsun Chutney
The Product
Moong Masala
The Curry and the Chutney

Method :

  1. Take a small pressure cooker and add oil+ rai and hing. Allow to crackle.
  2. Add the chopped onions and fry till golden brown. Add the chopped tomatoes cook till done.
  3. Add the sprouts and the spices. Check for salt. Add 2-2 ½ cups of water and jaggery.
  4. Pressure cook for 2-3 whistles.
  5. Serve hot with Rotis/ Rice Khicadi or even Pav/ Bread with sev topped . J

About Nutty Yogi:

The inspiration on of Nutty Yogi really started in our grandmothers kitchen. We remain inspired by her nose for freshness and an uncanny ability to spot the best ingredients. At Nutty Yogi our commitment to good and wholesome food takes us on a vast journey across India . A journey that begins in the farmers fields of India and ends on your table . But the true origins lie in the pages of your grandmothers cookbooks and her old-fashioned recipes that preserve nutrition without compromising taste.

What is it about Nutty Yogi that your grandmother would like the most ? We’re not sure.
Maybe she really likes the fact that we get our staples right from the source or she might
get patriotic feelings towards our products because they are made right here in India.
But what she will definitely love the most is that the Nutty Yogi range of products are

easy to use and bursting with nutrition.

At Nutty Yogi we believe that Backward is the new Forward when it comes to food. We go

back in time to preserve the good old fashioned goodness and nutrients in the way it was
meant to be but add the dash of convenience in the way its meant to be eaten today. With our wide varieties of staples, snacks, condiments, superfoods, we are committed to
serving you a truly amazing array that makes every meal nutritious your grandmother

would approve of. It’s really going back to basics. After all Nutrition is our only tradition.

We are Nutty about offering you delicious food and finding your inner Yogi by eating right!

 

PS: I got the product for review but the recipe was modified with tastes suiting my taste buds and the opinions shared here are mine.

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Author:

Hi This is my chance to introduce myself. I am Parvathi, the author/owner of this space. I blog here about recipes that are simple yet tasty. I try to improvise on recipes without compromising on taste. Cooking is my passion. Though I am not very perfect, I love the imperfections and as they say “there’s always scope of better”. I like to follow that. I believe there’s a story for each recipe and the way it is developed. Also creativity is the secret ingredient of cooking. My inspiration for cooking comes from my mom. As cliched as it sounds, for me she is the best cook. 🙂 Cooking for me is a stress buster. Hoping this space help you too whip some amazing dishes and earn praises from your loved ones. Gmail: foodaterian@gmail.com Instagram: foodaterian Twitter: https://twitter.com/foodaterian

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