are a few Kohlrabi recipes that are simple and easy to make.
Kohlrabi is called navalkol(Marathi), NaviluKosu (kannada) and knolkohl. It is a turnip like vegetable and belongs to cabbage family.
Ready to serve Kohlrabi Subji - Navalkol bhaji in the image above.
Kohlrabi is cooked by itself or with lentils. It is a good accompaniment with chapati or with steamed rice.
This recipe of kohlrabi does not use many spices. You need to remove the skin of Kohlrabi and use only the inner fleshy part. You can also use the leaves if they are tender.
If you wish, you can use your favorite spice powder, or a different masala powder for this subji so that you can get different taste each time.
Use garam masala or coriander and cumin seed powder or only red chili powder.
I am using only red chili powder in the recipe below. It tastes great.
Step by step cooking instructions for making navalkol bhaji
Tips and variations
For another kohlrabi recipe go to Kohlrabi and Lentil Curry - Knolkol and Masoor(Red Lentil) Curry.
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