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Palak Moong Soup

VIEWS 1093

Energy (kcal) - 115

Protein (g) - 3.8

Carbohydrate (g) - 17

Fat (g) - 3

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

This is a comforting lentil soup with spinach mixed in it for extra nutrition. Spinach serves as an excellent source of antioxidants, vitamins A and C, iron and magnesium, moong dal being rich in essential amino acids, fiber and protein making it more fulfilling.

  • Green moong dal [soaked] - 1 tbsp

  • Onion [thinly sliced] - 2 tbsp

  • Spinach [blanched, pureed] - ½ katori

  • Fresh coriander stems [chopped] - ½ katori

  • Cumin seeds - ½ tsp

  • Ginger [sliced] - ½ inch

  • Salt - as per your taste

  • Oil - ½ tsp

  • Water - as required

Step 1 Start by sautéing cumin seeds, sliced ginger, onion, chillies and fresh coriander stems in oil. Step 2 Add soaked green moong dal and water and cook until softened. Step 3 Puree and strain the mixture. Step 4 Blanch spinach leaves and puree it. Step 5 Add to strained dal mix; cook for a few minutes. Step 6 Season with salt and serve hot.

Palak Moong Soup - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 1093


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