|Energy||581.45 Cal||Protein||19.99 g|
|Lipid||53.02 g||Carbohydrate||16.55 g|
|Fiber||9.11 g||Sugar||1.91 g|
|1.00||tsp||SALT||HIMALAYAN PINK SALT / SENDA NAMAK|
INTRODUCING THE GROUNDNUT (PEANUT) SUNDAL
Groundnuts are an excellent source of protein, dietary fibre and healthy fats. This recipe of the groundnut (peanut) sundal is a dish that belongs to South India. But many states up north also prepare this dish with their twist and their special touch! This recipe of the groundnut (peanut) sundal originates from the states of Maharastra and Karnataka.
Although this dish is rather simple to prepare, there are many aspects that could go wrong while preparing it! It is important to ensure that you prepare this recipe by following your instincts.
SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GROUNDNUT (PEANUT) SUNDAL WITH NAVRATRI
Navratri is a set of 9 continuous days that have auspicious, religious and spiritual significance to many Hindus in India. The 10th day after Navratri is Dashami or dushera! It symbolizes the culmination of 9 days that lead to the victory on the 10th day.
Indians all over the country celebrate these festive days with utmost devotion and spirituality. Each of the 9 days signifies a unique and special event!
It is best when celebrated with great food, lots of joy and spreading happy and good thoughts.
MORE ABOUT THIS RECIPE OF THE GROUNDNUT (PEANUT) SUNDAL
Every recipe of the groundnut (peanut) sundal will state different ingredients and cooking techniques. However, it is best to follow that recipe which suits your cooking style the most. This dish is best when kept simple and true to its nature. Addition of any other ingredients such as corn and pomegranate may add a great textural element and flavour bomb.
This recipe is very simple to prepare and is relished to one’s heart’s content! You should feel free to follow your gut when it comes to cooking dishes like these. The process of tempering often requires a lot of practice and trusting your instincts.
Therefore, this Navratri spread love, joy, affection, innocence and the importance of simplicity by preparing and serving this dish to your near and dear ones.
Wash and pressure cook peanuts for 2-3 whistles with a little less than 1 cup of water and senda namak.
Drain and keep aside the peanuts.
In a pan heat oil, add mustard seeds and allow to splutter.
Add curry leaves, green chilli and saute for 30 seconds.
Add peanuts and stir for a minute.
Add coconut and mix well and turn off the flame.
Add some grated mango if you want a tangy taste.
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Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||982.17 Cal||Protein||32.90 g|
|Lipid||59.94 g||Carbohydrate||94.26 g|
|Fiber||26.25 g||Sugar||40.96 g|
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Nutrition Info Per Serving
|Energy||295.82 Cal||Protein||2.47 g|
|Lipid||17.93 g||Carbohydrate||33.22 g|
|Fiber||0.55 g||Sugar||26.66 g|