Stuffed Kakarakaayi/ stuffed karela/ stuffed bitter gourd.
Bitter gourd is a healthy vegetable. It's a great option for fitness enthusiasts. Improves immunity. Karela is an extremely rich source of vitamin C, which helps boost immunity. It also has powerful antiviral property, which stimulates the immune system and also aids in digestion.
Most of us avoid this vegetable because of bitter taste. This recipe is rich in taste which makes one be a fan of bitter gourd. 🥗Ingredients:-
Bitter-gourd – 5 Medium Sized
Desiccated coconut -2 tsp.
Chana Gram/Bengal Gram – Roasted -2 Teaspoons.
Dry Red Chili – 2.
Onion – 1 Medium Sized.
Tamarind Paste – 1 Teaspoon.
Turmeric – Pinch.
Salt – Pinch.
Oil – 1 Cup.
Boiling & Bitter-gourd :- 1. First Of All, Slightly Peel Off The Rough Surface On Top Of Bitter-gourd.
2. Wash & Cut The Top End Of Bitter-gourd & Cut Vertically In Middle Of Bitter-gourd From Top To End & Remove The Seeds.
Wash Them Thoroughly In Running Tap.
3.Boil Them In A Spoon Of Salt( Pinch ) ,Tamarind Juice ( 1 Teaspoon), Turmeric Powder ( Pinch) For 5 Min
And Let Them Cool & Squeeze The Water Completely Without Breaking Them.
4. Take Chana Gram/Bengal Gram ( 2 Spoons ) Roast Them In Dry Pan.
5. Now Grind Chopped Onion (1) , Dried Red Chilies (3), Chopped Dry Coconut (1/2 Small Coconut),Roasted Chana Gram/Bengal Gram (2 Spoons),Salt
Make It Into Powder ( Don’t Add Water )
6. Now Fry That stuffing Powder In 2 Spoons Of Oil In Low Flame For 3-4 Min.
7. Now Take A Cup Of Oil In a Pan To Fry The Bitter gourd
Fry Bitter gourd Until It Turn Into Golden Brown Color With Little Crispiness.
8. Keep Them Aside & Stuff The Powder In Bitter gourd & Press The Gourd Slightly (So That Powder Gets Stuffed Completely)
& Serve Them By Garnishing Coriander Leaves.
Vibes x ampalaya medicine. 💫✨🌱🌿🌳
On the #ampalaya /#bittermelon /#karela ; botanical name: #Momordicacharantia :
According to the Philippine medicinal plant resource site stuartxchange.com, the uses of ampalaya encompass a number of herbal medicines used during ancient times. This herb has been part of folklore medicine since Philippine natives used the fruit as a cure for a variety of ailments.
Bitter melon originated in India and was introduced into China in the 14th century.
Is this a fruit or a vegetable ? .
It’s a Fruit! Here @rejuicenateofficial we are constantly trying to better our menu with juices that benefit and rejuvenate your body - For us health is number one and that’s why we’re super excited to include this new super fruit ‘Bitter Melon’ into a new juice coming soon! 🥤🌱
Bitter melon contains compounds that help in the treatment of conditions like diabetes. Bitter melon has been shown to have effects similar to those of insulin and keep your blood sugar from rising. 💪🏽🙌🏽
The juice contains a train of important nutrients ranging from iron & magnesium to potassium & vitamin C. An excellent source of dietary fiber, it also contains twice the - calcium of spinach, betacarotene of broccoli and potassium of a banana! The taste is very light and fresh! 🤤🥤 .
It has been recognized by many cultures as having medicinal value and aswell as helping with diabetes, it is said to help treat/prevent the following ; Acne, Constipation and Psoriasis. .