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Spring Onion Gram flour curry

Few days back when I visited Vimitha anad's blog "My culinary trial room" I found this amazign recipe. It is very simple and I love this curry due to a very special reason that I always dump the leftover spring onions every time I bought it, now I know how wonderful recipes can be made from scrach as well. This recipe is very simple and it tastes wonderful with pulka/roti. I just fell in love with this curry by tasting it just one time. Hope you will like it too!

Spring onions -1 bunch(10 in number) chopped
Onion finely chopped-1/2cup
Gram flour/besin-2tbsp
Green chili finely chopped-1
Mustard seed-1/2tbsp
cumin seeds-1/2tbsp
turmeric pinch
red chili- 1
ginger garlic paste-1/2tbsp
Red chili powder-1/4tbsp
salt to taste

Heat 2tbsp of oil in a pan and add mustard seeds, cumin seeds and when they start splattering add red chili and onion. When the onion turn transperant, add ginger garlic paste, turmeric and when the mixture leaves the raw smell. Add Spring onion and they will cook in 5min under medium flame., when they are done add red chili powder, salt and mix well. Finally add gram flour and mix well. cook for 2min under slow flame. Garnish with cilantro if you wish. Serve hot with roti or it goes well with rice too!
hope you like my recipe please leave your valuable commets!!!!


  1. Nice stir fry with spring onions and besan.

  2. this is one of my fav veg. so yummy!

  3. Even I read the post at Vimitha's, you have done it very well..

  4. looks yummy..perfect with rotis!!

  5. Yum it looks ...nice one

  6. really yummy stir fry....i too saw in vimithas space....

  7. Thanks for trying this dear.. Looks so yum...

  8. Always looking for ways to include spring onions...great recipe. Quick and easy :)

  9. it is a very interesting and informative article. I think I will add your site to my favorites.

  10. delicious flavours looks wonderful

  11. Super delicious quick curry..

  12. Thnak you all! :) Please come back again and again!

  13. Thnak you all! :) Please come back again and again!

  14. Thnak you all! :) Please come back again and again!


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