Packed with nutrition, this Mung Beans and Kale Daal is such a tasty wholesome meal. It can be served in two ways. You could serve it with a good doze of ghee and spice sizzle on top and it would pair beautifully with rice. You could also swirl a little bit of cream and enjoy it as soup with the bread of your choice. I tried both the versions and both taste equally comforting and so good!
When the whole world was going gaga about smoothies, I walked away from it. About a few months back, I finally decided to give it a go. Now, I too have my version of green smoothie. I find it hard to believe that I am saying this but I love this green smoothie. This particular smoothie is with avocado and collard greens. I don’t necessarily stick to collard greens all the time. I just keep the base of the smoothie same and add whatever greens I have in stock.
The very first time I ate Sarso Ka Saag (Mustard Greens Curry) was in a restaurant. My friend had ordered it. I went with the typical chicken butter masala. I was not much of a food fanatic. And used to order only those dishes that I was acquainted with. My friend, being a Punjabi, couldn’t pass sarso ka saag. And as expected, she paired it with makki ki roti. When the food arrived, my facial expression offended my friend a little. To me, it looked like blob of green with yellow rubber-like breads. I was so ignorant back then. I…