Everyday Meal Plate - Thotakura Majiga Pulusu, Kaccha Kela Aur Bhindi Poriyal and Thotakura Undalu

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Eating healthy every day or providing the necessary nutrients to our body is very important. Therefore, we should include vegetables and dals in our plate which provides the required nutrition to our body. Here, we have come up with a Meal plate that will help you decide your everyday food without any hassle.

We have created a plate that includes Thotakura Majiga Pulusu in which Amaranth Leaves is cooked in Buttermilk. It is served with Raw Banana Bhindi Poriyal which is usually served in almost all the South Indian households. We have also made Thotakura Undalu which is made from Amaranth leaves and made into crispy balls. It is served along Phulkas and curd. You can also serve steamed rice instead of Phulkas as they tastes delicious with Pulusu and Poriyal.

1. Thotakura Majiga Pulusu Recipe (Amaranth Leaves in Buttermilk Stew)

Thotakura Majiga Pulusu Recipe (Amaranth Leaves in Buttermilk Stew) is a wonderful recipe made from amaranth leaves that are cooked in a coconut and curd based curry. It is the best during the winter season to try this warm and delicious bowl filled with good nutrients. Amarnath leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and Ayurvedic friendly as well. You can also try other Amaranth recipes like

  1. Harive Soppina Saaru Recipe
  2. Karnataka Style Harive Soppu Bendi Recipe
  3. Bengali Style Shaak Bhaja Recipe

Thotakura majiga

2. Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe

Kaccha Kela & Bhindi Recipe (Raw Banana and Ladies Finger) is an ayurvedic friendly recipe without onion and garlic. The raw banana and ladies finger are separately roasted well till it crisp up and then tossed with basic spices like turmeric powder, hing, pepper powder and salt. It is completely a dry dish and goes really well with phulkas or just with curd rice. The cooking technique is also very simple and it helps to store more flavor and nutrients in the dish as it is not processed too much. You can also try other Kaccha Kela recipes such as

  1. Vazhakkai Vendhaya Keerai Varuval Recipe
  2. Besan Kela Subzi Recipe
  3. Kelyachi Bhaji Recipe

kacha kela and bhindi

3. Thotakura Undalu Recipe (Crispy Amaranth Leaves Balls)

Thotakura Undalu Recipe (Crispy Amaranth Leaves Balls) is an innovative recipe that is tried at our test kitchen. Amarnath leaves are usually used in a dry poriyal or subzi. But in this dish we have created a crispy fried amaranth balls and then tossed with some tempered spices. Amarnath leaves is a powerhouse of Iron, minerals and vitamins. It is considered as one of the super food and Ayurvedic friendly as well.

Thotakura Undalu

4. Phulka

Phulkas also known as Roti or Chapati in some regions are a whole wheat soft and thin puffed flat bread. The phulka is a daily bread for many regional Indian cuisines. It is not only rich in the nutrients and fibres that whole wheat brings along with it, but also low in fat and very light on the stomach. Traditionally Roti’s are cooked on an iron skillet and later put on direct flame for it to rise and puff. You can also serve other accompaniments like

  1. Steamed Rice
  2. Tawa Paratha
  3. Whole Wheat Lachha Paratha

Phulka

 

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