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MOOLI KE PATTON KI BHUJIA / MOOLI BHURJI RECIPE – RADISH LEAVES SABZI

Mooli Bhurji / Mooli Bhujia is a popular Punjabi / North Indian side dish made using fresh tender radish leaves that’s available usually during winters….This radish leaves subzi / mooli bhurji is simple .. healthy , nutritious  and perfect for a healthy weekday meal. Pair it with some phulkas / Rice and  you are all set !!!

MOOLI BHURJI

These days in Bangalore .. few vegetable vendors sell fresh tender radish. The sight of that fresh veggie would prompt anyone to buy it . Though i knew we can make variety of dishes from the radish greens … i had never tried them until recently . I would make some dal / parathas mixing the greens with something else. The radish leaves have strong pungent flavor.. so i hadnt attempted to make any dish using just them . But few days back … one of my friend in a watsapp group said she loves mooli bhujia and always make them using these winter greens. I quickly asked her the recipe and made sure that i too would try them soon . ” Hmm .. not bad ” was the comment that i got from the family in the first attempt . This was enough for me to add these mooli bhujia to my book so that i can make them whenever i get fresh radish leaves and serve my family a healthy side dish . You too give a try sometime and hope you like it ….here is the recipe …


If you want you can also check radish raita , radish paratha etc…

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MOOLI KE PATTON KI BHUJIA / MOOLI BHRUJI RECIPE - RADISH LEAVES SABZI Yum
A North Indian style side dish made from tender radish leaves ...
Mooli bhurji
Course side dish
Cuisine indian
Servings
servings
Course side dish
Cuisine indian
Servings
servings
Mooli bhurji
Instructions
  1. Wash radish and its leaves. Scrap and finely chop the radish. Chop fresh leaves too.
  2. Heat oil in a wok, add mustard seeds and when it splutters add carom seeds, asafoetida, turmeric and green chillies.
  3. Next add the chopped radish and the green leaves. Add some salt and saute. Continue cooking on medium flame stirring in between.
  4. After some time you will observe that the veggies have started leaving water. Continue stirring the vegetables till they are cooked and water has evaporated .
  5. Finally, add jeera powder , garam masala and amchur powder, mix and switch off the stove.
  6. Serve Mooli Bhurji along with phulkas / rice .
    Mooli bhurji
Recipe Notes
  • Always use tender fresh radish greens only .
  • Once its cooked .... leaves will wilt .. so the quantity will be less .

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