Ronga Morisa Xaakor Bhaji from Assam, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Red Amaranth recipe

Ronga Morisa Xaakor Bhaji from Assam, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Red Amaranth recipe
Ronga Morisa Xaakor Bhaji from Assam, India | Best Indian Food Blog | Red Amaranth recipe

Location: Assam.

Preference: Veg.

Ingredients: Ronga Morisa (Red Amaranth), Onion, Garlic, Green Chilli, Mustard Oil, Turmeric Powder, Salt.

Recipe at a Glance:

Step 1: Pick only soft tips of Ronga Morisa and wash in water.

Step 2: Chop Ronga Morisa, Onion, Garlic and split Green Chilli.

Step 3: Fry chopped Garlic, chopped Onion, split Green Chilli and Turmeric Powder in Mustard Oil.

Step 4: Add chopped Ronga Morisa and Salt, cover to tender.

Step 5: Turn and fry. Video Help

It’s ready to serve, let’s taste.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. dogs4everr says:

    When I saw the picture I thought of how it looks like a foreign salad, 😀

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  2. We also prepare this red amaranth in the same way with little variations. We add tamarind, jaggery and sambhar powder also.

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    1. Hope you are right, it is a South Indian variation of Red Amaranth cooking, very delicious too! Love it.

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      1. Yes. Boiled grated beetroot is also

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      2. Yes boiled grated beetroot is also prepared in the same way.

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