Mooli Patte ki Sabzi Recipe | Healthy Radish Leaves Sabzi | Lunch Box Recipe | For Roti, Chapatis

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Learn how to make Mooli Patte ki Sabzi at home with our Chef Varun Inamdar

Mooli Patte ki Sabzi Ingredients:
Radish leaves (2 Large Bunches)
2 tbsp Oil
1/2 tsp Cumin Seeds
3-4 Cloves Garlic (crushed)
2 nos. Green Chillies
1/2 cup Onions
1/4 cup Tomatoes
1/4 cup Coconut (freshly grated )
Salt as required
A pinch of Sugar
1 tbsp Coconut Oil (cold pressed )

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About Radish Curry
The most commonly eaten portion is the napiform or fusiform taproot, although the entire plant is edible and the tops can be used as a leaf vegetable. The seed can also be sprouted and eaten raw in a similar way to a mung bean.

Radishes are mostly used in salads, but also appear in many European dishes.[29] In Mexican cuisine, sliced radishes are used in combination with shredded lettuce as garnish for traditional dishes such as tostadas, sopes, enchiladas and Posole stew.[citation needed]

Radish greens are edible and nutritious, and can be prepared in a variety of ways.The leaves are sometimes used in recipes, like potato soup or as a sauteed curry side dish. They are also found blended with fruit juices in some recipes.

In Indian cuisine the seed pods are called "moongra" or "mogri" and can be used in many dishes
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