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In winters there are lot of green and fresh vegetables are available in the market.Today we are going to prepare a very tasty and healthy vegetable made of Mooli which is low in calories and high on fibre. Fibre helps keep you full for a long spell that helps prevent cravings and if we add leafy and lovely spinach which is a treasure trove of antioxidants and minerals. It can help boost your skin health, manage blood pressure levels, diabetes and also help cut a pound or two. It is best to cook spinach to yield maximum benefits. Today we are showing a quick and simple no garlic no onion mooli palak sabzi which is super tasty and easy to make. This sabzi goes well with makka roti, bajra roti, jowar roti or can enjoy with wheat flour chapati.
Uploaded by admin on 02-Dec-2019.

1 big radish
1 bunch of spinach
2 chopped tomatoes
2 finely chopped green chillis
1 tbsp grated ginger
1 tsp red chilli powder
1 tsp coriander powder
1 tsp salt
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp maize flour (makka aata)
1/2 tsp carrom seeds (ajwayan)
Wash and cut radish in small pieces. Also chop radish's tender leaves. Wash and cut spinach and tomatoes.

Heat oil in pressure cooker and crackle carom seeds.

Add chopped radish, leaves, spinach, tomatoes, green chiliis, grated ginger, turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chilli powder, salt in pressure cooker. Mix and add 1/4 cup water. Cover the lid and take 2-3 whistle on medium flame.

Allow to cool and open the pressure cooker's lid. Give a good mix, switch on the flame. Add 1 tbsp maize flour and cook for 2 minutes. Mooli palak sabzi is ready. Switch off the flame. Serve hot with chapati, paratha, makka roti or jower roti.

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Madhulika Vatsal

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