Thursday, March 11, 2010

MURUNGA KEERAI MASIYAL-DRUMSTICK LEAVES SUBZI

MURUNGA KEERAI MASIYAL-DRUMSTICK LEAVES SUBZI

Ingredients

Drumstick leaves-1 bunch
Cooked moong dhal-1 cup
Grated coconut-3 tbsp
Cumin seed-1 tsp
G.chilles-2 no
Oil-1tbsp
Mustard seed-1tsp
Urad dhal-1 tsp

Method

Wash & clean the leaves, boil in water.
Grind coconut with g.chilles to a fine powder.


Add cooked moong dhal to drumstick leaves.
Add coconut paste & allow to cook upto five mins.


Heat oil in a pan,add mustard seed, urad dhal allow to crackle & add to the Masiyal(subzi).
Serve hot with plain rice.

18 comments:

  1. nice to know that u get drumstick leaves in london... a healthy one...when we were there....we couldn't get from either swathi or sakthi stores

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  2. The subzi looks healthy and delicious:)

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  3. How r u? long back u were out right?
    Murungai keerai that is my fav with a dollop of ghee :)

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  4. Masiyal with papads and rice topped with ghee..slurp am hungry now..

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  5. Yeah...I agree..nice to know that you get murungai keerai there..missing it !

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  6. lovely dish. looks so rich and tempting.

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  7. Great to know u get Murunga keerai there...even when we were in US ,i did't get this keerai..but i got drumstick, vazhaipoo...

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  8. Wow, awesome sabji and the click is too good. Very healthy too.

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  9. Glad to see you back after a long time. Keerai masiyal looks yummy and healthy.

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  10. Subzi looks delicious and healthy too!!!

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  11. murunga keerai masiyal is just awesome...you have a great collection of south indian recipes...just great...will be back soon to see what you cook next!

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  12. keera masiyal is so inviting and that too murungakeerai is my favorite....

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  13. When it comes to greens,a tsp of ghee also adds to my engine.Masiyal looks so decadent n a very healthy recipe.Thanks for visiting my space .Following you.You must be tasting different dishes everyday since your hubby is a chef,well who cooks at home? :D

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  14. wow looks yummy. paka romba nanna iruku.

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  15. drumstick and keerai is a good combi...looks healthy indeed,,..

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  16. Thank you, I have recently been searching for information about this topic for ages and yours is the best I have discovered so far.

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  17. I have been looking for Murunga Keerai in London, have not been able to find it anywhere so far.. do you know where we can get it?

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