Paticha Kanda with Moong Dal | Hare Pyaj aur Moong Dal Sabzi | Moong Dal ki Sabji

Spring onions are a must-have for all those indo-chinese recipes. But it can be made into a nice sabzi too. This one mixes moong dal or green split grams to make a sabzi best had with rotis. In Marathi, it is called paticha kanda.

Servings

4

Prep Time

10 mins

Cooking Time

10 mins

Good For

lunch/dinner

About this Recipie

Spring onions are a must-have for all those indo-chinese recipes. But it can be made into a nice sabzi too. This one mixes moong dal or green split grams to make a sabzi best had with rotis. In Marathi, it is called paticha kanda.
moong-dal-sabji

Ingredients

  • Spring onions 1 bunch, chopped
  • ½ cup or 100 grams moong dal, soaked in water
  • Spices:

  • ½ tsp Mustard seeds
  • ½ tsp Cumin seeds
  • ½ tsp turmeric powder
  • ½ tsp red chilli powder
  • A pinch of asafoetida or hing
  • Salt to taste
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    Directions

    Step 1

  • In a pan (kadhai), add 2 tbsp oil and let it heat up
  • add mustard & cumin seeds & let them sizzle
  • add the asafoetida
  • add the chopped spring onion and stir
  • add the turmeric powder and red chilli powder
  • Step 2

  • mix well and let the mixture cook on low to medium heat
  • add the moong dal (drain the water before adding the dal)
  • add salt to taste
  • Let it cook for a few minutes till the dal is also cooked – & our paticha kanda sabzi is ready!
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    What goes well with this recipe?

    This goes well with chapati/roti or even some dal rice.

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    Hi I am Akshay

    I am a Software Engineer by profession but a foodie at heart. I am in love with food! I enjoy the explosion of flavours on my taste buds and am always ready to try different cuisines. One of my fondest memories as a child is sitting on the kitchen counter, watching my mother cook. But as I travelled for work, I missed the tastes of home.
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