Spring Onions Fry | Kandyachya Patichi Bhaji | Scallion Fry | कांद्याच्या पातीची भाजी

How to Make Kandyachya Patichi Bhaji / Spring Onions Fry

#KandyachiPat  #KandyachyaPatichiBhaji #SpringOnionsFry #ScallionFry #कांद्याचीपात  #MaharashtrianRecipe #HealthyRecipe #LunchRecipe #DinnerRecipe #GlutenFreeRecipe #VeganRecipe #AaichiSavali

Hello Everyone,

One more healthy and traditional recipe from my kitchen. Kandyachya Patichi Bhaji is a typical Maharashtrian recipe, and it tastes awesome with bajrichi / Jwarichi Bhakri. I have prepared this curry in 20 minutes and very simple and healthy way by adding just green chilies and chana dal in it. There are two ways of making this spring onion; one is dry and other is wet version. Kandyachi Pat or Spring onions, also known as green onions or scallions and are a good source of vitamins and minerals. Rich in fiber content, green spring onions aid in better
digestion. Just make it a point to have it on a regular basis either in cooked form or raw, added to salads. These tender onions are low in calorie.


Preparation Time : 5 Minutes ; Cooking Time : 15 Minutes.
Each Serving Contains 119 Cal.







YouTube Video



Ingredients :
  1. Kandyachi Pat / Spring Onion 200 g
  2. Chana Dal, 2 tbsp, soaked in water
  3. Green chillies 5 strips,
    chopped
  4. Salt 1 tsp
  5. Veg. Oil 2 tsp

Recipe :
  1. Dice the spring onions - the greens and the bulb.
  2. Heat oil in a kadhai and add chopped green chillies, spring onions / kandyachi pat, salt and soaked chana dal and saute all well and cook for 10 minutes or till spring onions and chana dal cooks well.
  3. Tadaa, kandyachya patichi
    bhaji or spring onion sabji ready to serve, serve hot with bhakri, chapati. Enjoy!!!













Dietary Comments :
Based on a 2000 calorie diet. It makes 2 servings. Per serving contains 119.5 calories, along with carbohydrates - 15.28 g, dietary fibers - 4.8 g, fats - 5.5 g, proteins - 4.5 g.  

Health Benefits of Kandyachi Pat Bhaji / Spring Onions Curry :

  • This spring onion curry / Kandyachi Pat is rich in vitamins including Vitamin C, Vitamin B2 and thiamine. They also contain Vitamin A and Vitamin K.
  • Also these are good sources of many minerals, such as copper, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, chromium, manganese and fiber.
  • spring onions are also good for speeding up blood circulation.  
  • Spring onions are also high in sulfur, high amounts of sulfur provide many health benefits.
  • They provide protection against fungal infections and works as an appetizer as well.
  • Rich in fibre content, green spring onions aid in better digestion.
  • Regular intake of spring onions is extremely good for the health as these can protect us from many health problems and diseases.

Good Time To Eat :
     It's good to eat Kandyachi Pat for lunch and dinner.

Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy!!!

No comments:

Post a Comment

@templatesyard