Coconutty Pumpkin, Spring Onions and Cabbage

Its no surprise that I have so many recipes, which feature pumpkins. I love it.
Not only does it have an inherent sweetness but when you look at its nutrition chart, you can’t help but add it in your regular diet.

Just 26 calories and 7 grams of Carbs in 100 gms.
Loaded with Vitamin A bringing in almost 170% of your RDA.

As usual its a super simple recipe. Finely dice cabbage, spring onions and slightly larger pieces of pumpkin. Leave the skin on. Once cooked it softens and tastes great.

Dry roast some cumin, coriander seers, sesame seeds and fennel seeds. To this add some fresh ginger and green chilies. Powder them in a blender.

Heat some coconut oil in a large dish. Once its heated, add all the vegetables and the powdered masala.

Mix them well and cook covered on low flame for 10 mins. Check in between and toss them up.
Once the pumpkin has softened the dish is ready.

Season with salt before serving it.

The freshness of the dish will surprise you.

A fabulous dinner that is low in calories its almost free.

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