There are some vegetables I like, and yet I don’t end up buying them. Papdi is one of them. My mom got fed up of saying I am buying the same veggies over and over again, and went ahead and bought papdi one fine day. My cook’s never made this sabzi for me before, so I made it this time. She did the stringing the bean pods part, which is a bit time consuming. But once that is done, cooking the sabzi is a cakewalk. Devansh liked the papdi sabzi. I make quite a few sabzis using the combination of goda masala and jaggery, and he likes that taste. I think he was also glad for the change. If you too are looking for a different sabzi than the regular ones, give this vitamin-rich papdi sabzi a try.
This post was last modified on April 12, 2019 7:11 am
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