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Jul 27, 2011

Rajma Curry ( Kidney Beans Gravy )

Rajma Curry
Hai Guys...Just now posted the ShortBread Cookie recipe that I made for the contest by Women’s Web...This is a recipe is taken not from a actual cookbook,it is from a small book that comes with a magazine named as “Aval Vikadan”..Each issue has a small book that consist of 30 recipes of the same theme(like 30 dosas or 30 idlis)..I modified this recipe from that mini cookbook...I served this dish with flaky paratha...  Go ahead and make this dish and tell me how it turned out..
Ingrediants:

Rajma / Kidney Beans-1 cup dried
Onion-1 large chopped finely
Tomato-3 pureed
Ginger Garlic Paste-1 tblspn
Coriander powder / Malli Podi-1 tblspn
Red chilli powder-2 tsp
Cumin seeds / Jeera-1 tsp
Turmeric powder / Manjal Podi-1 tsp
Garam masala powder-1 tsp
Coriander leaves for garnishing
Oil-4 tblspn

Method:

Soak Rajma over night,drain it...Put this in pressure cooker and add a little bit of salt..The pressure cook for 3 whistles and leave for 25-30 min on a slow flame..Then switch off the flame and let the pressure go down automatically and open it up..The Beans should be soft when pressed.

Heat oil in a kadai and add in cumin seeds..Add in onions and fry till golden.

Add in turmeric powder and mix well.Add in ginger garlic paste and cook that for 1 min.

Add in chilli and coriander powder and mix well.

Pour in tomato puree and cook that till oil separtes from this.

Add in garam masala powder and mix well.

Tip in the cooked rajma along with the cooking water and mix well.

Cook on a slow flame till oil separates.

Garnish with coriander leaves.Serve it with rice or roti..

Pictorial:

Grab your ingrediants

Boil your beans
Crackle cumin in oil

add in onions

when browned add in turmeric powder

add in ginger garlic paste

throw in chilli and coriander powder

pour in tomato puree

and in with garam masala powder

add in beans and mix well
let it simmer for 15 min

garnish with cilantro

SERVE

YUMMY LOOKING DISH

ENJOY...

29 comments:

Sandra Batista said... Best Blogger Tips

Gostei muito da receita! Ficou excelente!
Beijinhos

harini-jaya said... Best Blogger Tips

We like it as a filling in tacos..lovely gravy!

Chitra said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice curry to go with rotis I made similar gravy with black eye peas will post it soon.

thekitchenaffaire said... Best Blogger Tips

I love rajma curry.. Its been some time that I tried my hands on them.. I have to make them soon. Thanks to you for reminding :D

Santosh Bangar said... Best Blogger Tips

all time favourate curry looks tempting

Federica said... Best Blogger Tips

mamma mia che buono! complimenti!!!!ciao!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

waiting for next post

Jennifurla said... Best Blogger Tips

what a great dish. One of my favorite ingredients.

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

THese bean look amazing -I love the flavors you use and I really like the step by step photos:)
Mary

Pretend Chef said... Best Blogger Tips

I really enjoy bean dishes. This looks sure to please. Yummy!

Madhavi said... Best Blogger Tips

Love rajma chawal...looks yummooo!!

Suma Gandlur said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks yum. I also make it the similar way. :)

Pavani said... Best Blogger Tips

Rajma curry looks amazing. Love the color.. delicious.

Nirmala's kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

I love Rajma and it looks so delicious!!!!

Prathibha said... Best Blogger Tips

love rajma...looks delicious n yumm

Archana Vivek said... Best Blogger Tips

we all like in our house.Love the presentation and can see the steam in ur photos.Lovely.

Sharmilee! :) said... Best Blogger Tips

My fav curry...looks yummy

Tina said... Best Blogger Tips

Perfect combination with chapathi...Yummy..

Shanthi said... Best Blogger Tips

Thick and creamy . well explained

Juana said... Best Blogger Tips

Tienes maravillosas recetas!!, me encanta este curry de alubias..lo hare un dia!
Muchos besos desde España!!!!

Gayathri Kumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Even I collect all the mini cook books accompanying Aval Vikatan. The curry looks delicious...

Laxmi said... Best Blogger Tips

I make this often.. Looks perfect..

Laxmi said... Best Blogger Tips

I make this often.. Looks perfect..

sabina said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks scrumptious!

SavithaRaj's Spice Land said... Best Blogger Tips

I usually make these and they are scrumptious..
www.savitharajsspiceland.blogspot.com

Cool Lassi(e) said... Best Blogger Tips

Lovely curry!

Rujuta said... Best Blogger Tips

The rajma looks inviting and nice..
Happy Blogging
Rujuta
http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/

jayasree said... Best Blogger Tips

Rajma curry looks creamy and delicious. Nice clicks.

FOODILICIOUS said... Best Blogger Tips

Rajma-chawal!!..delicious anytime meal!!

http://deviliciouschef.blogspot.com/