Awesome Writer. Superb in Recitation. Brilliant Dancer. Lover of the feline. These are a few adjectives to describes chakumchukum's #iamasuperchef of the week Dipashri Bardhan.
Dipashri lives in Bangalore, is a movie critic and writes movie reviews in leading newspapers. Apart from her numerous associations she is a super chef and creates innovative recipes which are healthy and tasty. She has shared one of her favorite recipes with ChakumChukum "Mulo pata + KacchKola'r Khosha Bata" or a paste made of radish leaves and plantain peels. Here goes her recipe:
BACKDROP: Ideally radish leaves & plantain peels should not be mixed...They are supposed to be cooked separately to make this dish, though here the process is same...Here I mixed up both coz today in the morning, I found a little radish leaves & 7-8 plantain peels are left in my Freeze...So why to waste both ? When a delicious preparation could be made ? ;)
- Radish leaves
- Plantain peels
- Green Chilly
- Onion Seeds
- Turmeric powder
- Salt to taste
- Mustard oil for cooking
First pressure cook radish leaves and plantain peels. Mash up in Mixer machine, with garlic & green chilly. Then add onion seeds in hot mustard oil, followed by adding these mashed up paste of plantain & radish leaves. Add turmeric powder and salt. Mix up properly till it forms a smooth paste. Its ready :D
HEALTH VALUE: Since its scientifically proven that most of the vitamins stay in the peels of any vegetables (here plantain) + Green leaves are rich source of Vitamin A, C & K, hence this dish can boost your immune system :)
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