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Bundgobhi Mutter: Cabbage with Peas
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One of the finest green vegetables belonging to the Mustard family, Cabbage juices are known to also work as natural remedies. A regular weekly habit of eating Cabbage prevents cancerous ailments.  Rich with Vitamin C, Cabbage soup is helpful to heart patients. As a cooked vegetable, Cabbage makes a low calorie meal. The peas are rich in carbo-hydrates.  Thus these two ingredients make up an excellent recipe. 

An important note: Cabbage produces gas in the body. To neutralize this, it is ideal to also add scraped raw Ginger while cooking.

Ingredients  

1 Medium sized cabbage
1 cup frozen peas
1 tsp. Mustard seeds
1 tsp. Haldi (Turmeric Powder)
5 tbs. Oil
Raw Ginger - One piece scraped.
Salt and chili Powder to taste 

Method  

Wash and shred cabbage. Heat oil in a pan and put mustard. When mustard starts springing, add cabbage, salt, haldi, chili powder and frozen peas. Cook on medium heat for 12 minutes or till the cabbage gets tender. 

Serve with Chappati and Dal.  

28-Dec-2000
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