You can add curd/ lemon and if the sabji is gravy you can flat add aata balls(2-3) which soaks salt to an extent.
make small balls of dough & add it to ur gravy...it will absorb the extra salt...:)
If possible add some milk product khoya, cream or milk to it nd two raw patatoes half cut nd well pricked let it boil with the gravy it will reduc
Add boiled potatoes. They absorb salt. You may add lemon jiuce too if the recipe supports.
Make 2-3 small bowls of wheat dough and add it in your gravy sabzi or u can add sone bread crums..
Add boiled potatoes or atte ka dough..wheat flour... bhi dal sakte hai. Subji gravy wali hai to aate ka dough best hai...
If you can add khoya ,cream or milk to it add it.cut full patatoes in halves prick them nd let it simmer with gravy for a while.
Add a small balls of atta (dough).. 6-7 pcs.! Or add a bit sugar to desolve salt. Hope this help! :)
Add boiled water and ghee ka tadka in it to balance it.Also as others said add small wheat dough which absorbs salt .Remove it afterwards at the time of eating
You can add potato to it...it will not only reduce the salt but also improve the consistency of your food :)
Put a small ball of dough in the sabzi for a while. If it is a gravy veggie you can put a ceramic cup (or chai ka kullad in it) That will do the trick. Adding milk or fresh cream will also help.
Adding about half a tea spoon of lime juice , or 5_6 small balls of wheat flour shld sort out this problem.
Raw potato pricked can be put and let the gravy boil a while. The salt taste will reduce
Depending on the type of gravy, you could either add tomatoes, fresh cream, coconut milk, paneer , bottle gourd etc to balance the salt
It is recommended to put high starch balls into salty food. Best is to put sweet potato or regular potato will do
Add some cream or milk or curd..u cn also mk sm balls of chapati dough and add thm to ur subji..it will absorb extra salt..take out d balls after few minutes.
Make small balls of atta dough and add it to the sabji and bring to a boil for some time.. It will absorb the extra salt..
Adding about half a teaspoon of lime juice or adding a 5-6 small balls of wheat flour shld sort out this problem. You can also put a bread piece in d gravey for a few minutes n then take it out.
U can make wheat balls and add U can even add boiled potatoes Or add lime juce
Depends which sabji ur cooking if u had stated the name of sabji it wud be easier to suggest
If you havent added other spices a bit of chilli powder and sugar will neutralise the effect
Add some roasted gram flour......in it... it will observe the salt n no need to remove ....from ur sabji....if it will be a gravy or dry sabji. N it will enhance the taste of sabji.
U can add a boiled potato nd take it out after some time. That will absorb the extra salt
Can add either thick coconut milk/ boiled mashed potato / fresh cream / tomato puree / corn flour / boiled mashed peas or cauliflower /
Add some atta balls and take it out later.. it will absorb the excess salt to some extent. The more the balls, the more the absorption!
Add chopped potato n cook along.. add a little sugar n if it's a thin gravy, remove one layer of liquid
Make few small balls of needed wheet dough put them in sabji.it will absorb extra salt.you can remove balls before sarving
To avoid any change of taste just to reduce salt u can just a small wheat flour dough equivalent to 2 roti.
Consider adding water to it, if possible so as to dilute it. You may also add lime juice. These are the two methods which I incorporate whenever it is possible to do so without spoiling the dish. (Or just eat the dish and cough as you taste the extra salt.)
You can add curd/ cream/ tomato puree, bread crumbs, lemon juice according to your recipe.
Add a small roundal of atta dough in your sabji and give 2-3 boils . D dough will soak extra salt
Just prepare the atta dough as for chapatti. Mate small balls n add it to the preparation. It will reduce the taste of salt
Cream helps a lot in gravy based dishes. Plus it helps in getting a nice rich gravy.
Add a small ball of dough into the curry and let it cool for sometime. This should help
Add a small amount of water and also a peeled raw potato or a ball of kneaded dough. Boil for some time till the water dries. The potato or dough will absorb the extra salt
Adding wheat balls will reduce salt content . According to me that's the best option!
Simply add some peeled and cut potatoes they will not spoil the taste also.
You can add peeled and cut potatoes/ boiled potatoes they will not spoil the taste also.
Add curd or cream to it...it vl not only lessen the salt ...even make the texture of ur curry .. delicious
Add 1 small piece of raw & peeled potato.. then see the magic.. I personally tried it..
Atte ki small small goli bna ke daal ya sabzi mei paka le. Serve karne se pahle golion ko nikal de. Namak kam ho jaega. Atte ki golion namak sock leti hai.
Cut a potato, with its jacket , into half and add it to the boiling curry. The raw potato pieces will soak the excess salt
Add some cooked dal , crushed coconut with chilles. It will reduce the additional salt
Hai you add two to three onions and add little karapodi or you ccan add sambar powder ok this will make you salt less and every time you add salt less if requires you can add at the time of lunch time i follow this i add less salt when i am taking food that time add salt requires. ok thank you.
If the sabji is one in which you can add potatoes then add potatoes. Or even fine chopped tomatoes will enhance the taste.
If gravy vegetable then u can add curd or dough balls.. if dry vegetable u can add some onion nd tomato...
If u can add small dough of atta nd tak it out aftr som time den that will balance d salt in the sabzi..
make atte ki goli or add small pieces of potatoes in ur sabzi it will reduce the salt
Don't worry dear..so many remedies we have to reduce the salt ...u can add ate ki goli.... Lime juice Vinegar Curd Tomato gravy or chopped tomatoes Fresh malai Take a piece of raw potato and by using fork or knife stir the veg by that potato piece Depend on the sabji what u hv cooked.
-Add more onions -Add more water -Add some balls of wheat also you can - Add some curd
If nothing works ,knead the sabji with flour to make a dough and have pranthas instead
You can either adddough balls or grind some peanuts (moongfali) in a mixer and add it in the sabzi. This method works well of its dry vegetable. For gravy you can add water or doughballs
Add little poha or roasted rawa in the gravy to lessen salt. It will also make the gravy thick n tasty.
In grevy veg u can add atta goli and boil it.lf dry veg then add small amount of besan or mashed pottatoes to reduce the salt.
First u should tell us what u have cooked, accordingly we can suggest. If it is dry or semi liquid?
Take a few slices of bread and dab it over your Sabzi. It will soak all extra salt
Add some small balls made of wheat flour dough n let them cook for sometime. They will absorb the extra salt
I did the same thing once.. I added bolied and mashed potatoes to my sabji.. Just put some oil in another pan, heat it and add the boiled potatoes fry it for a minute and add the sabji to it
Ya same you add potatoes or ball of dough either of these works for more salt
Add aata or a bit of lemon juice. Or if you have boiled potatoes mash and add them
U can balance it with sugar or jaggery with some lemon juice.. it will balance the taste
Best way add wheat dough balls n cook for a while these balls will absorb extra salt, Also can add peeld n cut potatos too.
Yes you can do this by adding a few potatoes to the sabji ! Try it , it works !!!
You may add atta's soft pera on the boiling sabji.aftercooking you should throw the pera.
Add 1 tsp sugar. Taste d curry if reqd add more. But take care if added more dish will turn sweet
Make balls of atta n put it in sabzi N after sometimes remove them Or you can add roasted besan
Add cream or malai. Salt will also get balanced and sabji will also become more taster.
Use potato....they absorb extra salt really fast without changing the taste of the sabzi
Pole holes in two to three potatoes and cook them with the gravy in which you have added extra salt.
Add atta balls or simply cut potatoes in 3-4 pieces n add in it...keep it for sometime n later take it out before serving
Atta balls work wonders for me always. Dried slices of bread cut in peices also can be used. Can also add a little lemon juice if the salt is not too much
Put a ball of dough into the curry and boil it. The dough absorbs some of the salt. Also adding cream helps sometimes.
Aata balls really works well it soak extra salt try its works.... :blush:
You can add potatoes cut into pieces. Pl check the spice as addtion of potato might make the subji bland
Peel and cut raw potato pieces..it will absorb the salt..remove it before serving
Make ball of flour ad add to ur sabji keep it untouched at for an hour for best results take it out before serving this is best idea for reducing salt
Put some atta balls in the gravy if it's a daal kadhi aur any other jholi wali sabzi. It works great. Agar sookhi sabzi hai toh raw potatoes can do the same, or you can try the same atta ball in that too. Hope it will help. Size of atta balls must be the same as what you make a chapati of.
Yes ...use newpapper and cover it properly on top ..keep it cover at least 20 to 25 minutes ...
U can add boiled raw banana the taste will not differ... U can fry the boiled raw bananas.. It will improve the taste.
Put potato.....flour balls.....or malai to the gravy....It will absorb the extra salt.
Yes you can add one tomato..... Or put some sauce in it..... Or you can put a ripped potato in it and leave it for 15 minutes
Potatoes, dry mango powder, (aam choor), curd..., Depends on preparation.
Hey I did One time same mistake. Add some small wheat flour/aata balls in greavy. Leave it for sometime and discard them before serving :)
Take curd beat it carefully so that no lumps are there. cool the sabzi and add dahi to gravy stirring .
Add chopped potato.. or add cream/ milk and make it little rich at the same time
same put 2 3 atta boil n little bit water in your sabji and heat it again..u will get it as u want
Put some grounded peanuts.it reduce the salt n enrich the taste n texture of the vegetable.
Take some soyabeans and put it in boiling water and then squeeze it and grind it in mixture grinder and add it in your sabzi.It will be healthy as Well as tasty
Add cubed potatoes in a pan and boil it then add the curry to it with required amount of water so that potatoes will absorb salt
Put some small balls made of dough into it.. they would soak the extra salt !
Just boil some raw potato with the curry these will soak the extra salt after that you can easily discard the potato pieces.
thanks to each one of you for helping me out..tried your tips and my sabzi was a success! thanks a lot guys.you all rock :)
Boil some raw potatoes in the gravy that will absorb extra salt and then u can take out the potatoes
Prepare a dough widout addng salt . Make small balls and add into the dish... keep for abt 10-15 mns then remove the balls... The salt wl reduce..
If it is gravy wali sabji you can add some curd or some malai to it. This will reduce the salt and enhance the taste of your sabji.
Take some soyabeans and put it in boiling water and then squeeze it.Then grind it in mixture and add it in your sabzi.It will be healthy as Well as tasty
put wheat dough into it & let it cook for a while...den remove d dough after a while.....it will soak ol the access salt.
In such case make some small wheat dough balls and add them in your dish. Let them cook and remove after some time . But if your dish ia without gravy you can add boiled potatoes or cream in it. Cream will also make the dish more tasty. :blush:
In case of dals, I cook some more dal using the water of the salted dal and once cooked , you can mix both the dals. If it is subji, cook the potatoes till done without adding salt and mix with the veggies
Ur sabji is cooked n if u put raw potatoes u will have to cook more . If sabji is dry then it will become more dry. U should put boiled potatoes.
I think by now d recipe wud be saltless....wid so many suggestions pouring in still....
I think by now d recipe wud be saltless....wid so many suggestions pouring in still....
We are just sharing our experience and trying to help. This type of dilemma is very common in everydays cooking.
Put small round atta ball in sabji and leave for sometime. After that remove all the balls
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Hello, i was kidding as I went through discussion just to check all the Options to reduce salt and found after 4 to 5 options some one asking " what is the Vege ? ". But could not find answer about what the vege was. I replied only once but I don't know how come it was being repeated.
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U can add a ball of dough and put the sabji to boil..the excess salt gets soaked
For gravy add a ball of dough as suggested by mona. For dry subji you can mix it with plain curd or plain rice.
Put small balls of wheat flour or put some amount of water it can reduce the amount of salt
Thanks everyone for the suggestions.i tried both potato and wheat flour dough.it worked.actually it was for my 1 year old daughter and I had to reduce salt as much as I could.
U can add a piece of coal in the gravy that also soaks all salt from the gravy and reduce the saltiness
Please add half spoon vinegar with 2 drop honey or brown sugar. And continue this until sodium neutralizes. I dont know the exact quantity of ur sabzi so i cannot tell exact amount. Its better you start from half spoon and taste it and move on adding extra portion
U can add wheat flour dough (small lemon size) in your vegetable gravy to reduce salt. And can also add boiled potato (1/2 inch) piece in gravy to reduce excess salt.
Mke some balls of atta dough and put it in the gravy. Remove it after sometime
U can put atta ke ball usse bhi salt kaam ho jata h. Or increase the quantity of the sabzi. It comes a perfect level.
Ok. So after scrolling through all comments, thought of suggesting st h. different . Try adding a bit of tamarind water to the curry to absorb the extra salt !
@lakshmi Menon, adding tamarind ll make the gravy different n we need to add spices again to overcome the sour taste
Add lemon juice according to the quantity of your sabzi ,,it will reduce the effect of excess salt
If it's a fry then u should makr more fry separately without salt and mix it with this fry with extra salt. If it's a gravy, add fresh cream or beaten curd to read reduce the salt level.
Atta ball or potato or u can add piece of clean coal...it wil absorb salt imemdiately
Salt can be reduce by a small dough of atta (knead atta without salt) or raw potato diced.
The best way to reduce salt is adding potato to the recipe.....raw one.....as it absorbs the extra salt....
Add a slice of bread. After some time remove it. It will soak some extra salt.
You can use something sour like curd and lime or you can use milk products like ghee and butter.
Add tomatoes to it U can also add some atta balls or rice flour bals to it during boiling
Dip a white seramic saucer for 15 min.n remove it later .it will lessen ur salt from ur sabzi,Or add some cream to the sabzi
If salt is added more to curry depend upon quantity mix rice and besan flour equalent mesaure in water and stir it well curry will get thicker then add water how much you want
U can add unsalted dough ball n uncooked potato pieces n then take it out after 15-30 min
Potatoes are the best solution, they absorb salt to an extent and chopped tomatoes , as it is slightly sour would take off over saltines
I heard that" adding potatoes pieces and water will reduce salt. and bring back to boil..... Potatoes will absorb the salt.. So that they can boil.....
make small balls of wheat and put it in the sabzi and take it out after 3-4 min
If its a gravy based sabji.. u can add aatta or atta dough in the gravy to absorb salt
Throw one kachcha chapati's loi in the middle of the prepared vegetable and then boil it for 2-5minutes as it absorbs excess salt.Sorry for such a late reply
Add some atta dough or coal pc b daal sakte ho...soak for sum tome in gravy...extra salt wil b reduced by coal