We got our hands on some good old muranga faiy (moringa leaves). The easiest way to enjoy them would of course be to put them in an omelet, but we ended up making muranga fathu riha because we haven’t had that in such a long time.
There are probably a lot of ways of making muranga fathu curry. We drained the muranga leaves after boiling it, but a lot of people use the boiling water when making the curry. Some slice the muranga leaves after boiling, we did not, and also different people use different curry powders while we used a curry paste that we made from scratch.
Making the curry paste
Preparing the curry
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