As we evolved as a human being ,our food had been also evolved with it.
With the influence of different cultural new dishes had been innovated.
But today we will be sharing with you one of my favorite dish which is Dal Bhujia , which is dry curry.
Which had been pass on to me from my mother in law.This dish healthy and Tasty too.

We prepare is easy three steps

  1. Prepare ingredients .
  2. Preparing curry.
  3. Garnish and Serve.

img_20160820_201028195-copyIngredients:

  1. Methi (1 bunch)(Menthe/Fenugreek )
  2. Yellow Moong dal (1/4 cup)
  3. Onion (1)
  4. Ginger (one Pinch)
  5. Garlic ( 5-6 cloves)
  6. Turmeric Powder 1/2 tbsp
  7. Red Chili Powder 1 tbsp
  8. Coriander powder 1 tbsp
  9. Garam Masala 1/4 tbsp
  10. Salt to taste

 

Preparation Method

Step 1. Prepare ingredients

  1. Chop Onion.
  2. Chop Garlic.
  3. Chop Ginger.
  4. Soaked Yellow Moong Dal 10-15 minutes.

Step 2 Preparing Curry

  1. Take a pan put Little oil in it.
  2. Add Garlic.
  3. Add Ginger.
  4. Add Chopped onion.
  5. Add Turmeric Powder.
  6. Add Red Chili Powder.
  7. Add Coriander Powder.
  8. Add Garam Masala
  9. And then stir it for 2 minutes.
  10. Add soaked dal in it.
  11. Add water and cover with a lid and allow it to cook for 5 minutes.
  12. After 5 minutes add chopped Methi/Fenugreek  in it .
  13. And add salt
  14. Allow it to cook for 15-20 minutes,so Methi /Fenugreek bitterness will go.

img_20160820_202259685_burst000_cover_top-copyStep 3  Garnish And Server

  1. Garnish
  2. Now Serve

img_20160820_205643042-copyimg_20160820_205434186-copyimg_20160820_204914396-copyimg_20160820_204827176-copySome tips

  1. Soak Moong dal in water for 15-20 minutes so that it will not remain uncooked .
  2. To reduce bitterness of Methi add salt and allow it to cook for 15-20 minutes
  3. Always have green leaf vegetable and dal in lunch,avoid them to have them in dinner.
  4. Instead of yellow Moong Dal you also use green Moong Dal.
  5. Preparing everything with love.

 

Healthy Tips

 

Methi or fenugreek is a rich reservoir of medicinal properties that imparts many health benefits why you should include Methi in your diet more often.

Lowers blood cholesterol– They are known to prevent the absorption of cholesterol and triglycerides.

Reduces risk of heart disease-Fenugreek plays a key role in maintain your heart health.
It also contains high amount of potassium that counters the action of sodium to help control heart rate and blood pressure.

Controls blood sugar levels-Diabetic must include Methi (either in the form of seeds or leaves) in their diet. A natural soluble fiber present in Fenugreek slows down the rate of sugar absorption into blood.
It also contains Amino acid responsible for inducing the production of insulin.

Aids digestion-As Fenugreek is rich in fiber and antioxidants, it helps in flushing out harmful toxins from the body.

Increases breast milk production in lactating women

Fenugreek ranks high among the ‘must haves’ for nursing mothers. This is due to the presence of diosgenin in the spice which increases milk production in lactating mothers.

Helps reduce menstrual discomfort-Fenugreek contains compounds which help reduce symptoms like discomfort and menstrual cramps associated with PMS. These compounds also ease symptoms of menopause like hot flashes and mood fluctuations. Women are more prone to iron deficiency during adolescence (initiation of menstrual periods), during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Including green leafy veggies like fenugreek (Methi) in your diet can supply a good amount of iron.

Helps increase breast size-Fenugreek can help in breast enlargement by balancing hormones in women.

Helps prevent colon cancer-The fiber content of Fenugreek binds to toxins in the food and flush them out. This in turn helps to protect the mucous membrane of the colon from cancer.

Helps soothe skin inflammation and reduces scars-While Vitamin C acts as a powerful antioxidant, fenugreek also contains anti-inflammatory compounds that aid in the treatment of various skin problems like burns, boils and eczema

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