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Cabbage Kadala Parippu Curry/ Cabbage Dal Curry




Cabbage Kadala Parippu Curry/ Cabbage Dal Curry

Today's recipe is a healthy and simple dish that goes well with rice and chapati.It is a cabbage and lentil combo.Here I have used chana dal/kadala parippu.

Ingredients
Cabbage- 1/2 small sized cabbage
Kadala Parippu/chana dal- 3/4 cup
Green chilly-3-4
Ginger- thinly sliced- 1 inch thick
Onion- thinly sliced-1/2
Tomato-1 medium
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Salt to taste


Chilly Powder- 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder- a pinch
Cumin seeds- 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - a few
Crushed garlic- 2 pods
Hing/Asafoetida- a pinch


Soak chana dal/kadala parippu for about one hour and then pressure cook till three whistles. When the pressure is released mash it and make it soft. Into this add sliced and chopped cabbage,turmeric powder,green chilly,tomato,onion and salt  and cook till the cabbage and onions are is soft.(or you can pressure cook it for one more whistle)
Heat two tsp of oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and cumin seeds. When it splutters add dry red chilly, curry leaves, hing and turmeric and crushed garlic and saute till there is a nice aroma and raw flavor of garlic disappears. Remove the pan from the flame and add chilly powder and stir quickly and add in the cooked cabbage and dal. Bring back to heat and after a few seconds switch off. Serve with rice or chapatis.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. yummy curry.........goes well with hot steamed rice.........

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  2. Adipoli curry, amma used make it like this.

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  3. delicious curry... perfect with rice..

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  4. Delicious combination of cabbage and dal. Looks so tempting.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. Looks flavorful n delicious curry...

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  6. Delicious paruppu curry..Cabbage and channa dal is a wonderful combo

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  7. lovely combo of Chana dal and cabbage. Looks delicious :)

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  8. Would be great with roti or rice

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  9. Delicious..Yummy one to try it asap

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  10. Innovative combi...sounds yumm :)

    Wishing you a Happy Newyear :)

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  11. very delicious curry, great combo..

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  12. Yum yum,super tempting curry,feel like having some with a bowl of rice.

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  13. tasty dal is just mouth watering..

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  14. nice recipe..never tried cabbage with parippu..

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  15. Dhal looks delicious......never tried dhal with cabbage..will try next time..love the curry...nice recipe..Happy new year..

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  16. This combo is new for me.Looks great Suja
    Wish you a wonderful 2012 !!

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  17. This we call as kutu one of my most fav...with papad, looks great!..Happy New year!!

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  18. hi suja, this pot of cabbage kadala parippu curry looks so delicious , especially hot..can eat with roti, paratha and nan bread .

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  19. delicious looking daal..never tried cabbage with daal so definetly try this soon...

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  20. Wishing you a very Happy New Year, filled with loads of happiness, good health and wonderful blessings. May all your wishes come true.

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  21. ithu kollallo,puthiya oru dish njann enthayalum try cheythu nokkum. Wish you a Happy New Year Suja!!!

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  22. hmmm...this combo is one of my favorites dear....perfectly done...wishing u n ur family a very happy new year....theres an award waiting 4 u in my space...plz accept it :-)

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  23. That looks delicious!
    and Happy New Year to you!

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  24. Hi
    Wish you a very happy new year...you have an Award waiting on my blog..please accept it.

    http://foodyhungama.blogspot.com/2012/01/happy-new-year-and-award.html

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  25. easy and tasty....looks yum
    Happy new year dear.

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  26. looks delicious... Happy new year..

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  27. delicious looking combination
    happy new year to you and family

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  28. Thanks all for the sweet comments and for the wishes..Happy New Year to all my friends..

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  29. Awesome luking Cabbage Dal Curry Dear.Yummy

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