05 November, 2006

Green Peas and Cabbage Palya

Palya is a side dish prepared with all varieties of vegetables. This is a dry dish which can be mixed with rice and eaten, or can be eaten with chappathis. Most people eat Palya with the Rice and Saaru(Rasam), or Rice and Huli as a side dish. For me its a best diet food because it hardly needs any oil and masala. Because you stir fry them it retains all its nutrients and tastes really good at a same time. Here is a recipe for preparing Cabbage and Green peas Palya. Very easy to cook and takes very little time.


Green Peas and Cabbage Palya

Ingredients:
1/2 head Cabbage, slice it thinly
1/2 cup boiled green peas
3 green Chillies, slit
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder
1 tsp Mustard seeds
1 tsp Urad Dal
1 Dry Red Chilli
1 tsp chopped Coriader leaves
2 tbsp Oil
Salt to taste

Green Peas and Cabbage Palya

Method:
Heat the oil in a saucepan. Add Mustard seeds, Urad Dal, Red Chilli and allow to splutter.
Then add green chillies and fry for few seconds.
Add cabbage, salt, turmaric powder and little water. Cover the pan and cook for about 10 minutes, or until the cabbage is just soft.
Now add boiled green peas, salt and simmer for 5-8 minutes.
Garnish with coriader leaves and serve hot with Chapatis/Rice.

Green Peas and Cabbage Palya

17 comments :

  1. came to your blog from sailu's . nice blog.

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  2. hi lakshmi
    thanks for ur comment n hope u visit my blog again:)

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  3. Hi Supriya,
    Just answered your comment on my blog and came here.
    nice pics and nice recipes.
    Just wanted to ask you that how do u manage this blog, i am little new to it . I want to know the list of item you provided on side bar i.e. breakfast & brunch,evening snacks...... etc, is this readily available on blog template or u made it ? coz i have seen the same kind of list items on many blogs, so I wonder wether all r making it by programming or it is somewhere readily available in blog templates. I hope u don't mind answering my question.
    Thanks in advance.
    -Pooja

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  4. Hi Pooja,
    the lists r not available in template. I have put a new XML/HTML code to get a drop down list. You can get this code in my blog itself by right clicking and selecting view source code... then copy and paste the code in your blog and change the URL from my blog id to yours...
    Hope u got the answer. If u still have any problem finding the code just let me know...
    Happy blogging
    cheers
    Supriya

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  5. Hi Supriya,

    Thanks for visiting my blog.Your blog is excellent and photos are great.Which camera do you use?

    And I have added your blog to mine too now..

    Hope to see many more exciting recipes from your corner.

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  6. hi vini,
    I used to use regular camara for old postings(kodak)... learned few triks in photoshop and tried to make my snaps look good... now i have switched new panasonic with lots of feature(i cant remember the model number:)
    thanks for adding me in ur blogroll...
    keep visiting my blog and give ur feedbacks
    cheers
    supriya

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  7. I make this too...! its so simple and easy to make!

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  8. hi trupti...
    as u said its very simple and easy to make... and also tastes realy good with chapati or rice with yogurt:)

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  9. Dear Supriya,
    Thanks for answering my query. I was just wondering that everyone having lists on blog is written /copied code for this or what? that's why I asked you about that. Thanks for your generosity to allow me to copy your code :) . But I hope I'll not need that, Basically I am a Software Engineer, better I might do it on own. Hubby told me this to do so many times but just I was curious that is there any such thing readily available somewhere on beta version of blogger. ;) .
    Well thanks agian. I ll be in touch with you. :)
    Take care
    -Pooja

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  10. Hi Pooja
    Looks like we have so many things in common... even im a s/w engg:) and if im not wrong u too are a cancerian(july born:)...
    Let me know if u need any help with ur blog:)
    till then happy blogging
    cheers
    Supriya

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  11. Hey Supriya,
    So nice to get someone like me. :)
    I m really so glad that I meet you.
    Yes, I am also Cancerian. What's you b'date?
    Even i told u , when i saw your blog for the first time that I like your words on logo -My worls ...My rules!!! . i told u that time too that i feel like i am meeting someone like me :) . that is now more precise, we r more like each other. well would like to see u sometime in personal too. You can email me directly on pooja18@gmail.com . little away from this public blog comments! ;) .
    Thanks for your words. I 'll surely look out for you if I need any help for Blog. :)
    Take care
    -Pooja

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  12. Hi Pooja,
    this is really exciting to meet someone like me:) i will mail u soon everything detail...
    till then take care and have fun
    cheers
    supriya

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  13. Wow...colorful and looks delicious too..!!
    I stumbled upon your blog when I was amusing myself at Pooja's blog. The photo of cabbage-peas palya dragged me here. Nice blog and cool pics...plus great collection. Hats off..!!

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  14. Hi Supriya,

    Guess what....I am trying this cabbage-beans right now for dinner....will let you know how it comes..Hopefully da Best..!!

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  15. hi yunus,
    thankyou for dropping by. oh boy!! do let me know how it turned out:) hope u like it... :)
    cheers
    supriya

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  16. Hi Supriya,

    Wow...it was too simple, too great. My hubby, who is from Orissa always longs for simple veggie dishes..and this one was a feast to him..We loved it absolutely. Thanks. But I did made a small change...I added a tsp of Dhaniya powder as flavour at the end..and it came out wonderful. Kudos to you..

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  17. hi yunus,
    glad u liked it. its a typical karnataka food. but i will try adding dhania powder next time:)

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