Cabbage Muthia

Anything that can be steamed, must be steamed. I like to steam things because its easy, efficient, and super-healthy. Muthia are dumplings made from a mixture of wheat flour, chickpea flour and semolina. Usually, a veggie like grated cabbage, squash or gourd is added to the dough. A great way to hide veggies in food, if you have a picky child (or adult), and easily steamed in the microwave. Cut logs are then tempered with mustard and sesame seeds and garnished with roasted coconut and cilantro.

Made from this recipe.  And yes, I ate them with ketchup. 🙂

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About purplesque

Psychiatrist, cook, bookworm, photographer. Not necessarily in that order.
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6 Responses to Cabbage Muthia

  1. M-----l says:

    Looks delicious…as always.

  2. Karen Lynn says:

    everything you cook always turns out so beautiful!

  3. Aubrey says:

    Oh, what gorgeous morsels.
    "And yes, I ate them with ketchup"
    Of course you must! It's a foolish child who does not partake in that noble condiment!

  4. Purplesque says:

    Thank you, but I only take pictures of the pretty ones! Yesterday, we made a stir fry with hoisin sauce that was Delicious but looked pretty ugly..so no pictures! lol

  5. Purplesque says:

    Noble condiment..that was music to my ears. One of these days I'll start a Back to Ketchup drive. 🙂

  6. The food really looks good! I love the extra shredded coconut on top.

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