January 20, 2011

Sirukeerai Kootu

    GREENS, most healthy and delicious veggie, which i like most among all. Especially my mom use to try this recipe during weekends so that i will have much amout. When this dish was prepared i wont take gravy for rice, instead will mix rice with this and which give a different and wowie taste. This is one of my favourite dish among my expert mom's dishes. So thought of posting this recipe to you all. Procedure for preparation comes here.

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Sirukeerai / Greens - A Bunch
Boiled Toor / Moong Dhall - 4 spoons
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos. (More onion add more taste)
Red chilly - 5 Nos.
Mustard - 1/2 spoon
Salt - To taste
Coconut Oil - 1 spoon
Oil

METHOD:
    Keep a pan, add a spoon of oil. Add mustard, allow it to splutter. Add chopped onion, salt, red chilly and saute it for 5 mins. Add chopped greens (or) keerai, splash some water and cook until the bunch content reduce into half. Once the keerai cooked well, add boiled dhall and mix keerai with the dhall. Before put off the heat, add 1 spoon of coconut oil and mix finely which adds more flavour.

Note: If coconut oil is not available, can also use grated coconut.

2 comments:

Shanthi said...

Nice blog Do post the pictures too
http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thank u shanthi :) Keep Visiting !!!

January 20, 2011

Sirukeerai Kootu

    GREENS, most healthy and delicious veggie, which i like most among all. Especially my mom use to try this recipe during weekends so that i will have much amout. When this dish was prepared i wont take gravy for rice, instead will mix rice with this and which give a different and wowie taste. This is one of my favourite dish among my expert mom's dishes. So thought of posting this recipe to you all. Procedure for preparation comes here.

INGREDIENTS
Chopped Sirukeerai / Greens - A Bunch
Boiled Toor / Moong Dhall - 4 spoons
Chopped Onion - 2 Nos. (More onion add more taste)
Red chilly - 5 Nos.
Mustard - 1/2 spoon
Salt - To taste
Coconut Oil - 1 spoon
Oil

METHOD:
    Keep a pan, add a spoon of oil. Add mustard, allow it to splutter. Add chopped onion, salt, red chilly and saute it for 5 mins. Add chopped greens (or) keerai, splash some water and cook until the bunch content reduce into half. Once the keerai cooked well, add boiled dhall and mix keerai with the dhall. Before put off the heat, add 1 spoon of coconut oil and mix finely which adds more flavour.

Note: If coconut oil is not available, can also use grated coconut.

2 comments:

Shanthi said...

Nice blog Do post the pictures too
http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

Sangeetha Nambi said...

Thank u shanthi :) Keep Visiting !!!