Easy Healthy Drumstick Leaves Soup
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Drumsticks are summer vegetables and are growing now in huge numbers in Kerala. My parents are making some curry out of it daily just to consume everything without them getting wasted. This is after distribution to the neighbours. That’s how while searching for new ways of consuming the drumstick that I happened to stumble upon this recipe by Chef Venkatesh Bhat. My recipe is based on his video. (Link shared at the end of the articl)
So, without further ado let’s begin the recipe.
Groundnut oil – 3 tablespoon
Cinnamon stick – 2 pieces
Cloves – 4 pieces
Curry leaves – a handful
Onion – 2 medium size
Green chillies – 4 pieces
Ginger garlic paste – 3 teaspoons
Tomato – 3
Drumstick – 3
Turmeric powder – ½ teaspoon
Coriander powder – 2 teaspoon
Garam masala powder – 1 teaspoon
Salt as required
Ghee – 1 tablespoon
Mint leaves – ½ cup (finely chopped)
Coriander leaves – ½ cup (finely chopped)
Coconut – ½ (grated)
Poppy seeds – 1 teaspoon
Fennel seeds – 1 teaspoon
Cashew nuts – 20 g
Black peppercorns – 1 ½ teaspoons
Green Cardamom – 8 pieces
Cinnamon stick – 4 pieces
Mint – ½ cup
Heat a pan and dry roast cinnamon sticks, green cardamom, peppercorns, fennel seeds, poppy seeds and cashew nuts for 3 to 4 minutes on a slow flame.
Turn off the flame once whole masalas are roasted.
Add the chopped pudina and grated coconut one by one to the pan and mix well.
Once the contents cool down to room temperature, grind them into a fine paste by adding 100 ml of water. Keep the paste aside.
Paya is a very famous dish made traditionally using lamb trotters. Yet, drumstick paya will give stiff competition to its non-vegetarian counterpart.
Recipe link by Chef – https://youtu.be/L6Yga1xfDbw
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