Thursday, October 10, 2013

Sprouted Moong beans and methi seeds curry~3rd guest post by Linsy Patel

Hello friends,

Hope you all have enjoyed Sapana's
Ratatouille Kebabs. This week i am here with one more guest post, my 3rd guest post of this blog!!!

Let us meet our today’s guest…. Linsy Patel from
Home Cook Food, known as Kitchen Queen in the blogging world. She has lots of unique and interesting recipes in her blog... When I asked her for the guest post she immediately replied 'yes' with the post which she had already scheduled for today. I am impressed that she is so much organized.  Her blog has wonderful vegetarian and healthy recipes. I came to know about her blog when her recipe titled as 3 Ingredients Energy Bars quickly caught my eyes and became my favorite bars. Guys please visit her space for more healthy and delicious recipes.

Over to Linsy...
Who didn't see Sabudana Pizza on Pooja's blog? If not then you are missing something, check it out. When Pooja asked me to do a guest post on her space, I said yes because you don't find such a good friend in this world who shared same interest like you and still humble. She has such a great dishes on her space, all the yummy and healthy smoothies, Indian sweets and curries, what not to love about her blog. So friends if you haven't check out her space , do check it out. 
Thank you so much Pooja for the delicious opportunity to do the guest post at your blog.

I love sprouts so I make them very often. By now you liked my Sprouts with moong vadi, Sprouts Jlfrazi,  Sprouted Curry. To add one more dish with Sprouts , this is mung bean and methi seeds sprouts. Its same way as rest , just add some vegetables to give some crunch and or not , its up to you. To adding vegetables it become complete meal , with protein and vegetables in  one dish.


2 cups of sprouted mung beans
1/4 cup sprouted methi seeds (fenugreek seeds)
1 onion chopped
1 chopped green  capsicum
1 tomato chopped or puree
2 green chilies chopped
3 garlic cloves chopped
big piece of ginger chopped
1 tsp. of cumin and coriander powder
1 tsp. of red chili powder
1 tsp. garam masala
salt to taste
Lime juice to taste
Fresh coriander leaves for garnish
2 tsp. of oil

  1. Heat a pan with oil in it.
  2. Add onions in it and cook till it changes the color.
  3. Add chopped tomato with ginger, garlic and chilies in it.
  4. Cook till you get nice aroma of cooked masala.
  5. Add all powder masala and mix it.
  6. Now add sprouts ,capsicum and enough water to cook sprouts.
  7. Add salt in it and cover the lid till most of the water is gone.
  8. Add capsicum and cook it for 2-3 minutes.
  9. When its done, add lime juice and coriander leaves, and serve hot with phulka or rotis.
I didn't add coriander leaves that time because I was not eating that time. Because I don't like wilted coriander leaves so I add it when I was eating. If you can handle more bitterness , sprout more methi seeds.

Hope you've enjoyed Linsy's delicious curry! Thanks for stopping by my space..
Would you like to post your recipe on my space, please send me an email on I would love to hear from you soon. Be my guest! 

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  1. Sprouted moong and methi combination looks really interesting.
    U girls rock.

  2. Simplicity is the word yet its one of the best side dish, healthy and spot on for our rice.

  3. Very interesting and sounds delicious.

  4. Simple yet delicious and healthy, nice guest post Linsy...

  5. Healthy side interesting recipe..

  6. very very healthy and delicious sprouts curry :) looks so yummm !! and adding methi is a new combo very nice recipe!!

  7. Thanks Pooja for giving me the chance to do guest post at your space.

  8. I have never come across this recipe before. Looks very appealing.
    Thanks for sharing.


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