Combine all ingredients except spinach & bring to boil. Simmer for 20 minutes. Add spinach after 15 minutes. For a clear broth strain vegetables or serve chunky as a meal replacement.
Beet Root Curry
Peel the beetroot and slice them about as thick as a $2 coin then cut into 1 cm wide strips.
In a wide frying pan fry the onions in the oil for about 3 minutes, then add the spices, curry leaves, green chillies and salt.
Green Mung Soup
Add the strained cooked mung beans and sauté with the onion/spice mix for a few minutes.
Return to saucepan and then return the water the beans were cooked in to the dry mix.
Mung Dal Salad
Mix all the above ingredients together.
All ingredients are raw. All of the 6 tastes are covered in this recipe.
You may add fresh pomegranate seeds also for added flavour and texture.
Pumpkin & Tamarind Bhaji
Melt ghee in heavy based saucepan.
Add fenugreek seeds and sauté until aromatic.
Add dash of hing and then chopped pumpkin.
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