Friday, May 16, 2008

PALAK - CORIANDER SUKKE

In konkani 'SUKKE' means dry sidedish cooked with grated coconut and indian spice. This recipe is slightly different from dal palak. Palak cooked with fried garlic and moong dal is unique. It is also the good source of iron rich and healthy. I crave this atleast once a week and is a comforting dish.

Ingredients.

1 cup Chopped palak.

1/2 cup Chopped coriander leaves.

1/2 cup Moong dal.

1/2 tsp Mustard seeds.

1/2 tsp chilli powder.

1/2 tsp Urad dal.

1/4 tsp turmeric powder.

2 pods Garlic(optional).

1 tbsp Grated coconut.

1 tsp oil.

Salt to taste.

Method.

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and urad dal. Fry till the urad dal colour turns slight brown

Add garlic and moong dal with enough water. Cook over a low heat till dal is cooked.


Then add palak and coriander leaves with salt and cover for few minutes.

Lastly when all the greens are semi cooked add grated coconut, turmeric powder and chilli powder. Stir over medium heat till greens starts drying up a bit.

9 comments:

ranji said...

sukke looks really good.so healthy too..a great combo with rice and dal

Nanditha Prabhu said...

this is one of my favourite.. jsut need some rice and curd and a bowl of your sukke...

Madhavi said...

Very nice recipe, good combo wid rice and dal!!!

Asha said...

Beautiful and healthy dish, love to make it!:)

Divya Vikram said...

Hi u have a great blog..thanks for dropping by mine..this dish looks really healthy

Uma said...

palak is my fav. green! your recipe looks so delicious and easy too. Thanks Suma!

Suma Rajesh said...

Ranji, Nanduakka , Asha, Uma,
Thnanks so much for ur comment....Yes its a healthy food which can be in a sec...

Madhavi, Divya vikram,
Nice to c u both.. welcome...urs too have a gr8t blog...Keep visiting..

ranji said...

hi suma ur comment is thr its just i havent published it like i did with the others...will do tomo with the answer and recipe..dont want ones answer to influence other thats why:)

Roopa said...

Hey nice nutritious recipe:) I have been searching for such recipes so that I can incorporate greens :)