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Cabbage Pesarapappu (Moong Dal) & Update on TOI

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Have a lot of cabbage in your fridge? Just combine with some protein power and you have a great tasting dry saute. Cabbage Pesarapappu (yellow moong) is a simple, healthy recipe this is a breeze to make. We had this dry saute with drumstick chaaru, rice and appadams.

Cabbage Pesarapappu Recipe

Prep & Cooking: 25-30 mts

Serves 3-4 persons




4 cups chopped cabbage

1/2 cup yellow moong dal/pesarapappu, cook till the dal is soft and not mushy

1 onion, very finely chopped

small piece ginger, finely chopped

2 green chillis, slit lengthwise

1/4 tsp turmeric pwd

salt to taste

1/2 tbsp oil

For seasoning/poppu/tadka:

1/2 tsp mustard seeds/ria/aavalu

1/4 tsp cumin seeds/jeera/jeelakara

3/4 tsp urad dal/minapappu

2 dry red chillis, tear, de-seed

2 cloves garlic, crushed

few fresh curry leaves

1 Par-boil cabbage with pinch of turmeric and salt to taste till three fourth cooked. Drain and keep aside.
2 Heat oil in a cooking vessel, add the mustard seeds and let them splutter. Add the cumin seeds, urad dal and saute till the dal turns red. Add the garlic, red chillis and curry leaves and saute for a few seconds.
3 Add the chopped onions, chopped ginger, green chillis and turmeric pwd and saute till the onions turn transparent. Add the cooked moong dal and cabbage and combine.
4 Add salt to taste and stir fry for a few more mts till the flavors blend and the cabbage retains a bit of crunch.
5 Serve with rice, rasam and appadams.

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By • Nov 20th, 2008 • Category: All Recipes, Andhra Recipes, Indian Fry Recipes, Indian Vegan Recipes, Indian Vegetarian Recipes, Recipes Vegetable Dishes

  • Bhawana

    wow thats looks very tempting. One of my friends told me to make with whole moong. I wud try with split moong as well.

  • sindhura

    Very tasty the colour itself is very tempting.What i would like to ask is, will it taste good with chapathi or pulka?Becoz with rice i feel very lethargic to have rice with cabbage.Do you know about ava pettina cabbage kura.That is really tasty kada.
    Best regards,
    Biotechnology student

    Yes, its good with phulkas/chapatis. I will blog ava pettina cabbage kura sometime.

  • Lubna Karim

    Wow looks yummy. Somedays back only i made cabbage and chana dal. This is yet another new combo.

  • sushma

    Hi Sailu i just wanted to inform u about TOI. this looks nice.

  • Shillu

    I will definitely try this soon :) I have all teh ingredients handy. It looks lovely

  • mallugirl

    wonderful shot of protein and fiber!!!!i do have some cabbage in the fridge.

  • Uma

    looks so delicious Sailu! Just the way I do it, except for onions and ginger!

  • sumalatha

    hi sailu, lovely recipe. before i made cabbage pesarapappu without onions and ginger. this is quite interesting to add them. i will surely try this one.

  • Nithu

    Hi Sailu, Lovely dal.

  • sumalatha

    hi sailu,,
    i want to try your beans vepudu. i have one doubt i.e in that u mentioned methi pwd. it means kasuri methi or methi seeds pwd? please clear my doubt.
    thank u.

    Its roasted methi seeds pwd and not kasuri methi.

  • Bharti

    That looks lovely, I’m always looking for creative things to do with cabbage.

  • wendy

    I am intrigued by your mention of adding protein powder to stir fries. Can you please describe this further? Thanks.

  • stumbler

    wendy, she said “protein power” not ‘powder’, which is the yellow moong dal in this recipe.

  • ajay

    hi sailu
    all ur recipes have perfect taste, colour, flavour etc.. and an easy way of cooking with tips.

  • Deepthy

    Hi Sailu,

    Your recipes are really very good.Love to try it.But here in this cabbage-moong dal stir fry u mentioned about draining the cabbage after cooking.Please don’t drain the cabbage from the cooked water.It will lose all the nutrients from the cabbage we ate.Don’t drain the vegetables from its cooked water.Instead u can cook it by sprinkling little water.Sprinkle water and stir every 2 minutes so that the cabbage does not burn.

    Btw Cabbage-moong dal curry looks very delicious and I am going to try it.