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Cabbage and carrot delight:-

cabbage and carrot  yummmm very healthy and testy vege in a totally different style i am sure this will satisfy your taste bud 

Cabbage… medium size
Bengal gram split……1/4 cup
Ginger garlic paste…..1 tbsp
Maggi bhuna masala/ paste of spices….2 tbsp
Curry leaves……10
Mustard seeds -1 tsp
Red chilies whole-4
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Salt….to taste
Coconut…..2 tbsp


Clean wash and soak chana dal in one cup of water for half an hour. Drain and keep aside.

Wash, drain remove core and shred or grate cabbage . peel wash and grate carrot .wash and pat dry curry leaves.

Heat oil .add mustared seeds ,curry leaves and whole red chillies and soaked chana dal.

Add maagi bhuna masala ginger garlic paste and add cabbage and carrot in it mix well and cook until soft . add turmeric powder and salt and mix . add coconut and mix well .
Garnish with scraped coconut and serve hot.

p.s- maggi bhuna masala is easily available in indian stores .


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