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  1. Great recipe. I didn't have hing or amchoor but I did use a little fresh ginger and then popped a few mustard seeds with the cumin seeds. The besan flour, oil spice mixture? Pure genius.

  2. I love kale! I eat it 3-5 times a week haha. I just uploaded my own kale video on how to make TENDER kale! Come check it out, I think you guys would like it 🙂

  3. Ladies I love all your recipes! In this one I've a question, do you think that I could substitute for corn flour or regular flour?

  4. I don't know how come people thumbs down videos even without trying themselves. I tried this recipe and it came up awesome! Thanks for sharing this video. Now I can include Kale – the superfood in my cooking 🙂

  5. I've used Kale for years and years – love it! And yes – I also use the stalks!
    But – thank you for this recipe, as there are not many leafy green Indian recipes besides Saag. I did find one using bok choy or mixed greens that was also interesting. Thanks again!

  6. I haven't tested this veg. should try some time. Just a thought! replace besan with crushed Roasted peanut. will give it a crunch too.

  7. This seems great! 🙂
    I made moothiya (Gujarati dish) with kale & left over khichadi and spices. Turned out to be good!

  8. Wow, I cook Kale in the same way but without garlic though. I also put methi seeds instead of jeera seeds which gives a really nutty flavour.
    Really enjoyed the video. I am not a professional chef like you ladies. However, I just enjoy 'fusion' style in my cooking!

  9. Hi! I am pregnant and was looking for this healthy & delicious kale recipe… I made it and its so much tasty.. I followed your Broccoli recipe as well which is similar to this recipe… Thanks a billion for showing this recipe!! You made my day 🙂 🙂

  10. Like Anuja said we use to stare at Kale and just move off in shops by just thinking what to do with this. Now I got the nice recipe from u. Will try for sure.

  11. Thank you so much i will definitely try this recipe, I've made another kale recipe that was kale steam muthiya using chickpea flour and millet flour and it was also good and testy.

  12. Kale has had a bad reputation for being bitter. I recently tried it and found it was more sweet than bitter. Nicer than cabbage. Thank you for this recipe. Love watching your videos.