Sep 20, 2011


This sabji is great source of fibre.

Cabbage - 100gms
Tomatoes - 3
Onions - 2
Dry moong dhal - 200gms
Green chillies-2
Ginger  Garlic paste - 1/3 tsp
Green Capsicum - 1
Lemon -1
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Red Chilli  powder - 1tsp
Dry coriander powder - 1tsp
Dry jeera powder - 1 tsp
Amchoor / dry mango powder -1/2 tsp
Ghee / Clarified butter - 2-3 tbs
Jeera - 10 gms
Cloves - 2 pods
Cardamon - 2 pods
Cinnamon - 1 small pc
Green coriander leaves for garnishing.

Method / Vidhie :
1. Slice the cabbage into small pieces.
2. Finely chop onions, tomatoes & green chillies.
3. In a pressure cooker add ghee. Onc eit melts add jeera, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom.
4. Once jeera splutters add onions and green chilles.
5. As the onion turns transparent add ginger garlic paste and saute them.
6. Once the paste leaves moisture add toamtoes and green chillies.
7. Now add all dry masalas turmeric, jeera powder, coriander powder, amchur powder, red chilli powder.
8. Saute well and add cabbage and mix well.
9. Now add the dry moong dhal & salt and saute well.
10. Add enough water for it to pressure cooked.
11. If the mixture is half the cooker add 3/4th water and pressure cook it.
12. Allow 5-6 whistle.
13. Once the pressure releases open it and mash the sabji well.
14. If it requires water add some and boil for few mins.
15. Serve hot by adding lemon juice on it and mix well.
16. Garnish with coriander leaves.

It can be served with Vegetable pper fried rice, jeera rice, normal rice.


  1. Thanks a lot for sending Archana, wat a nutritious sabji..

  2. I always combined cabbage and yellow mung or toor dal. This combination sounds really mung and cabbage..definitely worth a try!

  3. Try and let me know Kavitha!