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Bachhali Koora Pappu

 This greens is not a spinach family but is called as Indian spinach,Red vine spinach,Malabar Spinach and so on.It has a thick fleshy leaves.Easily available in India…Grown in many Homes too.It is also called as climbing or creeping spinach avalable in dark purple also.

Bachhali koora/Malabar Spinach

This Greens are high in Vit A,Vit C,Iron and Calcium and is also a rich source of Soluble Fibre.

Can be used in Dals,Stews ,or along with vegetable curries.Tastes good with Potatoes.

Ingredients

Toor dal/Kandi pappu – 2 small cups

Onion – 1 chopped

Green chillies – 5 chopped

Tomato – 1 chopped

Tamarind – few pieces wash and soak

Garlic cloves – 3

Turmeric powder – little

Salt to taste

Coriander powder – 1/2 tsp

For Tempering/Talimpu

Oil – 2 tsp

Mustard – 1/2 tsp

Red chillies – 3 slit

Curry leaves – 1 sprig

Garlic cloves grated – 2 large cloves

Onion – few slices

Method

Pick only leaves and wash under running water and chop finely.

Chopped Greens/Bachhalikoora

 

Wash and boil the toor dal with enough water, a tsp of oil,chopped onion,green chilli,tomato,chopped greens,garlic,turmeric and coriander powders in a pressure cooker.

Normally I add any greens after cooking dal first,but as these leaves are thick added along with the dal and boiled.

When done ,mash the dal adding salt and tamarind pieces(soaked) and place on heat again and keep stirring for few mins  and turn off heat.

Prepare the Tempering by heating  oil in a small pan and spluttering mustard and frying the remaing ingredients and when all is browned add to the dal and mix.

Bachhali koora Pappu/Malabar Spinach Dal Curry

Serve with Rice or Rotis/Chappatis

 

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