I know all food bloggers love to cook,bake,and blog about it, I do tooo.......but to think and plan a menu at 5 in the morning:-( sometimes i go blank.....
Today was one off those days when my daughter wanted chapathi for her lunch box.I wasn't really able to decide on anything else because she wouldn't take a repetitive dish....GOD SAVE ME:-) The only thing i could think of was this quick subzi as i had already sprouted green gram for PRIYA'S LETS SPROUT EVENT
Sprouted moong 1 cup
Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp
Turmaric powder 1 tsp
chilli powder 2 tsp( or to taste)
tomato ketchup 2 tsp
Jeera 1 tsp
salt to taste
Soak the moong overnight, drain the water and keep it closed in a warm place to sprout. You have different ways to sprout, i use this method
Slice onions and cut the tomatoes finely
In a pan take 2 tsp oil and add jeera, saute it.
Now add the onions and when they turn into golden brown add the ginger garlic paste, saute for few more minutes
Add turmeric powder, chilli powder, saute it and then add the cut tomatoes.Mix well.
Sprinkle little water on it and cook it with the lid closed
When the tomatoes turn soft and pulpy add the cooked sprouts , tomato sauce and cook it further for 10 more minutes
Garnish with coriander
serve with chapathi or rice
Sending this to PRIYA'S LET'S SPROUT EVENT
Labels: Dry curry, healthy, Moon, onion, Sprout, subzi, sun dried tomato