Hey there! How are you doing? It’s a brand new year and I am back with a blog post. So, yes, apart from the haze of New Year infused resolutions, I have been meaning to incorporate new vegetables into our meals for a while and I had been eyeing turnips lately. No bad rap or anything, it’s just that I haven’t tried them much.I know I have already waxed lyrical about the wonderful winter produce in my previous post, but somehow I just don’t seem to get enough of it. So, I made a dry preparation of green peas and turnips to accompany rotis, dal with fenugreek leaves and few pieces of pickled fresh turmeric root. I know it sounds like I dumped a lot of winter vegetables on our plate in one go but it was fun. Here is the recipe without much random muttering!
#latergram – Shalgam Matar Sabzi, Methi Daal and Fulkas because winter makes you try out vegetables you have never tried before! 😍 The Turnip and Green peas stir fry is extremely simple and tastes pretty much on the lines of the dry preparation of Aloo Gobhi / Aloo Matar. The recipe is from @tarladalal and is a keeper in my opinion! ❤️ It's a pretty good way to utilise the beautiful turnips one sees in the Sabzi Mandis these days. The Daal is basic Toor Daal that is tempered with Ghee + Cumin + Garlic + a handful of chopped Methi leaves. What are the other vegetable combinations that you have tried with turnip, apart from potatoes and peas? 😊 #turnip #shalgam #whatsonmyplate #easymeals #weekdaymeals #winterproduce #winterveggies