Kale Subzi – Indian Vegetarian Recipe

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Jamaidah Mohammad says:

TQ cili com

Sat 60 says:

Nice recipe. Thanks. Liked the besan idea.

aarti4628 says:

So so looking forward to try this. Can you tell what is the flavour like? Is it spinach ?

GoranMak says:

I’ve used Kale for years and years – love it! And yes – I also use the stalks!
But – thank you for this recipe, as there are not many leafy green Indian recipes besides Saag. I did find one using bok choy or mixed greens that was also interesting. Thanks again!

eileenfb1948 says:

Kale has had a bad reputation for being bitter. I recently tried it and found it was more sweet than bitter. Nicer than cabbage. Thank you for this recipe. Love watching your videos.

Martha Cassini says:

Ladies I love all your recipes! In this one I’ve a question, do you think that I could substitute for corn flour or regular flour?

Bearbee85 says:

looks great, keep em coming

Sapna Aggarwal says:

My besan had a raw taste to it, would it be better to dry roast the besan masala mix before adding to the pan?

Neelima Anne says:

Hello..I tried baby kale and its so tasty..thanku

vj0509 says:

wow healthy subzi made tasty! thank you..

Julia Dow says:

Another recipe I cannot wait to try!

shanthi905 says:

tried this today for dinner with rotis ..came out very nice ..everyone liked it ..thank you 🙂

Judith Loue says:

I love kale, and am always looking for new ways to prepare it. Thank you so much for this version.

Urmila SharmaValand says:

Wow, I cook Kale in the same way but without garlic though. I also put methi seeds instead of jeera seeds which gives a really nutty flavour.
Really enjoyed the video. I am not a professional chef like you ladies. However, I just enjoy ‘fusion’ style in my cooking!

Deviprasad Pothireddi says:

Thanks for wonder information, it is very userful in my cookings

msdrhmn says:

telling half a thee spoon of this, quarter thee spoon of that …….you are using more a thee spoon……….. explane

SuperModerngranny says:

yum! My kids love veggies, so this is perfect for dinner tonight!! Thank you!

Snehal J. says:

You guyz are awesome

HelenaMikas says:

very healthy , and oh so simple ..thanks a lot .. *

Asha Shivaram says:

Greens should always be steamed not fried.

andapaige says:

My boyfriend might finally eat kale if I prepared it like this. Looks delicious!

Innuendo Hazbarz says:

love it…looks exquisite.

Meena Jadhav says:

We love Kale and eat once a week.It is very good for Diabetic people.It is like Karela.But I love the way you have cook Kale.I will definitely cook the way you shown It looks Yammme.
Keep your receipe going on I love to see them.

Maria Coelho says:

I think I’m going to make kale cos I have some from my garden this dish looks good thank you

bharvipatel1 says:

what a great idea!

Madhav Chandarana says:

This seems great! 🙂
I made moothiya (Gujarati dish) with kale & left over khichadi and spices. Turned out to be good!

Snehal J. says:

I don’t know how come people thumbs down videos even without trying themselves. I tried this recipe and it came up awesome! Thanks for sharing this video. Now I can include Kale – the superfood in my cooking 🙂

akshathap says:

same recipe as thr brocolli sabji : )

Jigu Goswami says:

Thank you so much i will definitely try this recipe, I’ve made another kale recipe that was kale steam muthiya using chickpea flour and millet flour and it was also good and testy.

schmick says:

Nice and simple vegan dish, going to try, thanks.

Hansa Odedra says:

My mouth is watering I am going try. This kale curry very nice

Addy Satija says:

Where do you get the chickpea flour? Is it usually available in grocery stores?

Aasiya Bibi says:

Very nice .
thumbs up.

haris m says:

This is excellent recipe. My wife makes Sambharo and this recipe looks like is inspired by Sambharo. We tried it. Test was great. I wish we should have chosen little tender ( less matured) bunch of kale. The stems end part was too fibrous. Next time we will discard the end part. Otherwise it came out very tasty.

Ann Cardenas says:

it looks very good

Spoorthy b says:

Awesome! Perfect way to indianize the kale. I’ve liked the similar recipe with broccoli. I ll give this a try.

hallbe says:

Looks beautiful!

Sai Sai says:

Like Anuja said we use to stare at Kale and just move off in shops by just thinking what to do with this. Now I got the nice recipe from u. Will try for sure.

Ronit Yosef says:

its really a good recipe. i think i m going to add onions.

The Creator says:

I haven’t tested this veg. should try some time. Just a thought! replace besan with crushed Roasted peanut. will give it a crunch too.

Prajakta Adivarekar says:

Hi! I am pregnant and was looking for this healthy & delicious kale recipe… I made it and its so much tasty.. I followed your Broccoli recipe as well which is similar to this recipe… Thanks a billion for showing this recipe!! You made my day 🙂 🙂

Orchid Sarkar says:

what is kale called in hindi by the way?

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