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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Steamed Collard Leaf

Ingredients for filling
Besan-1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Red chilly powder-3/4tsp
Coriander powder-1/2 tsp
Garam masala-1/8tsp
Jeera-1tsp
Cooking soda-a pinch
Lime juice-2tsp
Chopped coriander leaves-2tsp
Sugar-a pinch
(I didn't use)
(Add water & make a thick paste with the above ingredients)
Other ingredients
Collards leaf-2
(vein removed at the back,for easy to fold the leaf)
Tempering
Oil-1tsp
Mustard-1tsp
Hing-little
Curry leaves-little
Grated coconut for garnish
Method
Place the leaf on a board(back ward facing up).Spread a thin layer of the mixture evenly on the leaf.Place another leaf on top & repeat it.Slowly roll it tightly like a log.Steam this till done.Slightly cool it & cut into circles.Heat oil in a pan temper it,add the cut circles & carefully saute for 2 minutes.Garnish it & serve.








20 comments:

  1. We do the same with taro leaves ..this one is new ..looks gud

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  2. I loved khandvi rolls .. I am sure i will like this taste as well for this is made up of besan with collard leaves. but i dunno if i will get collard leaves here in bangalore . I am going to search for it ..its very tempting

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  3. Very new for me,luks very tempting also.will try it soon.

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  4. something totally new to me. But it looks grt and tempting. Must be delicious.

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  5. Wow.. this looks really cool. Amma used to make this kind of a dish. But not sure if it is the same. Anyways looks classic. Will try it out sometime.

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  6. Wow sailaja never tried this where do we get this leaf.Will try when i get this leaf.

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  7. Looks spicy and delicious, collard leaf is it like vine leaves

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  8. Delicious one..looks very tempting.. nice click too.. :)

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  9. looks bful and delcious dear..yummmmmmmmm..pls collect ur award from my blog

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  10. Beautiful dish, very interesting..

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  11. new dish to me. looks delicious. Nice presentation.

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  12. sounds very interesting...
    Thx. for sharing dear :-)

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  13. New to me, looks tempting and sounds interesting.

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  14. My granny does it with taro leaves. Nice one with collard leaves

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  15. hey Sailija
    we gujju call this Patra..very famous snack in Gujarat..I've posted this recipe too in month of feb..
    http://joyofcooking247.blogspot.com/2010/02/patra-savoury-and-steamed-colocasia.html

    yours looks tempting, got to make it again..

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  16. Nice idea to use the leaves and making steamed rolls!

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  17. Hey I did not see this post.. OOh I love it ..My mom also do this using the leaf called " Lacha kattaagu" Hope I spelled it correct and my fav one too. But In collard green I have never tried it sailaja.. loved it..

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