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Chingri Diye Mulor Saag / Prawn Cooked With Radish Greens


Mulor saag or mooli da saag ( radish green ) as it is called in North Indian state is a very delicious sweet green and when cooked with prawn it just take a leap in taste. It is bit hot recipe so add little bit more red chily powder but if you don’t like too much of red chilly powder then add chopped green chilly. Radish is one of the very healthy green leafy vegetables.Here is a recipe which is very tasty and easy to prepare. I am sure you all will love this recipe.


Preparation time  15 minutes 
Cooking time   20 to 25 minutes
Serves  4

Ingredients 
3 cups  radish green finely chopped 
1 white radish finely sliced 
1 big onion 
2 big tomato  sliced
½  tsp jeera / whole cumin
1 tsp  red chilly powder
¼  tsp turmeric powder
10 to  12 prawn 
a pinch of sugar
2 tbsp  mustard oil / or any  cooking oil of your choice
salt  to taste 

  Methods of Cooking
 Take salted water in pressure cooker then add the radish green and sliced radish and pressure cook it for one whistle. Strain the excess water and keep aside. Heat oil in a pan. Now fry the prawn in this oil . Keep aside. Now in this oil add jeera , when it start to crackle add onion. Fry till golden then add the sliced tomato, red chily powder,turmeric powder, sugar and salt and fry til the tomato are mashed. Now add the boiled radish green and sliced radish. Stir and cook for 10 minutes. Then add the fried prawn and stir and cook till it is almost dry. Serve with hot steamed rice or paratha or phoolkas.





Happy Cooking!

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