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creamy spinach curry or malai palak


CREAMY SPINACH CURRY
malai palak


very simple panjabi delight with goodness of healthy spinach and tempting "tadka" this spacial lintel recipe will add special taste in your lunch or dinner menu and really a healthy bite for your family......



For this:-
moong dal/ yellow split lintel ...........1 cup
spinach................1/2 bundle
turmeric powder.....1tsp
salt as per taste
  for tadka/:-
onion..........1 big
garlic pods....5-6
tomatoes........2
green chilly......2
red chilly..........1/2 tsp
coriander powder...1/2 tsp
jeera "cumin seeds"...1 tsp
heeng................1/2 tsp
desi ghee.......2 tbsp

Method:-
wash and soak dal / lintel  , copped spinach . mix dal and spinach  add salt and  turmeric powder in it and pressure cook till done.

For tadka:-

TADKA IS BASICALLY ENHANCE THE TASTE OF DAL/LINTEL

Chop onion and tomatoes slit green chilly and crush garlic ....now heat a wok add desi ghee in it  and add jeera and heeng in it wait a while and then add garlic and onion in it fry till golden brown add green chilly and tomatoes in it and cook till ghee separate.add dry spices in it and stir fry .mix this tadka in your dal and cook properly .garnish with green coriander and serve hot and enjoy with roti / indian bread  or rice...











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