do you choose 3 recipes amongst 300+ all-star recipes that were dished out as
part of the international blogging Marathon that concluded recently ? It was
indeed a tough task, but based on my personal favourites and family
preferences, tried out 3 dishes (and more!) for this week’s theme of Bookmarked
The first today is Sindhi Sai Bhaji (from Pakistan, actually)
bookmarked from PJ’s blog.
She had about 80+ salad and soup combos too – but I had done enough justice to
both salads and soups in my own blog, so this curry caught my eye as soon as I
you PJ (and Vaishali), for a wonderful recipe – contrary to what I thought, we loved the garlicky taste and aroma of the curry. Although I didnt follow it to the T (mashed
brinjals is not on my fav list :D), we enjoyed it with steamed rice for a
lovely dinner (that explains the low light in the pics :-)).
With nippy winters, spinach is available fresh and easily. I am sure we shall be making this very
often. Sending this dish to BM 46 under bookmarked recipes (ABC world Marathon)
Prep time : 15 mins | Cook
time : 15 mins | Serves : 4
Spice level : Medium
Difficulty level : Easy
Serving suggestions : Plain Rice
- Mixed veggies – 1 cup (potato, carrots, cauliflower, beans is what I used)
- Spinach – ½ bunch
- Dhuli moong dal (slightly dehusked green gram, with skin on) – 2 handfuls
- Channa dal – ½ cup
- Onion – 1 large
- Tomato – 1 medium
- Garlic pods – 2
- Dry masala powders : Coriander, cumin, garam masala, red chilli
- Salt – to taste
- Oil – 1 TBSP
- Garlic pods – chopped – 2 nos
- Jeera / cumin seeds – ½ TBSP
- Asafoetida – ½ tsp
Soak the dals for ½ hour in warm water.
Pressure cook the dals, vegetables, greens with salt and half of
the masala powders – let it cook for 2-3 whistles.
Once done, add 1 cup of water and mix well.
In a pan, sauté chopped onions, garlic pods, tomatoes,
half the minced garlic till onions turn slightly brown. Add the cooked stuff from the pressure cooker
– Let it simmer, add the rest of the spices and check for salt.
Turn off the flame when you get a thickish gravy
Prepare tempering with remaining garlic, 1 tsp oil and jeera
Pour over the gravy and serve immediately with plain rice and
Sindhi Sai bhaji has been on my to-make list for a very very long time. Will have to make it some time soon.
I have never tried using onion with greens but gravy with greens always looks great.
very interesting and impressive dish!!!
That's a delicious dish kalyani, I can imagine how tough it must have been to select just 3..:)
Sindhi bhaji looks awesome…Will try for sure
Can smell the flavour of this bhaji rite from here, fingerlicking dish.
Yummy and interesting bhaji.
The gravy looks great 🙂 Yet another new dish to me
wow thats an interesting bhaji 🙂 looks alluring !!
An interesting new dish..looks awesome!
This is truly a great read for me. I have bookmarked it and I am looking forward to reading new articles. Keep up the good work!. Customers Reviews.