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Thursday, December 22, 2011

Broadbeans Curry

Home-made simple curries are matchlessly tasty and healthy side-dish to pair up with with steamed rice and rasam or Curd Rice or chapathi or Idli. U can do greater varieties with this Indian Vegetable. This dish is an easy to do sidedish popular in TamilNadu and needs 12 - 15 mins cooking-time.Try this recipe at home and Enjoy a tasty Meal!.BonAppetit!.

Broadbeans Curry - Broadbeans pieces cooked with selective spices
    150 gms Broadbeans - Avaraikkai (Cleaned and chopped fine)
    1 onion - finely chopped
    1/4 tsp chilli powder
    1/4 coriander powder
    a pinch of  turmeric powder
    1/2 tsp mustard seeds
    1 tbsp coconut paste with 1 sambar onion ,1 long green chilli and 1/4 tsp cumin seeds
    1/2 tsp or salt to taste
    few curry leaves
    few coriander leaves
    200 ml water
    2 tsp refined oil
    1.Heat oil in a Kadai, Splutter mustard seeds,chopped onions and curry leaves.Saute it for 3 mins on medium flame.
    2.Add the Broad Beans pieces to the Kadai,all the spices,ground masala and salt and saute it for 2 mins till the spices get mixed well.
    3.Add 150 ml water, Cover and cook till it gets done in 10 -12 mins time on medium flame - stirring it often.
    4.Gather this Broad Beans masala in a bowl and serve it hot with Steamed rice or sambar or rasam or yoghurt or Curd rice or Coconut rice or lemon rice or chapati or Idli.


Saru Singhal said...

Delicious and healthy. You are right there is no match for home made food:)

Nisa Homey said...

Yum! healthy green curry.

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faseela said...

healthy preperation....goes well with hot steamed rice

Priya said...

Love this curry simply with hot piping rasam and fav..

Teena Mary said...

You've got a lot of healthy recipes!! Loved this one too :)