Double Beans Puli kuzhambu Recipe with Step by step pictures. Earthy Double beans is a healthy and nutrient rich beans which can be used to make poriyal, curries or kurmas.
I love puli kuzhambu. The taste of puli kulambu is somewhat tangy, spicy and very flavourful. It is a perfect combination with rice.
We are always looking for recipes to make everyday like kulambu, poriyal and side dishes for rice. This puli kulambu will become your favorite. It is easy to make and taste amazing.
About Double Beans Pulikuzhambu Recipe
A legume grown for its edible seeds or beans is the lima bean, also referred to as the butter bean, sieva bean, double bean, Madagascar bean, or wax bean. Incredible health advantages of lima beans (Double Beans). Rich in soluble fibre, which aids in absorbing water to form gel in the stomach. Thus, it lowers blood sugar levels. rich
source of calcium, magnesium, and manganese.
A tangy South Indian gravy called pulikuzhambu is made with tamarind, shallots,
tomatoes, and garlic cloves. For its preparation, a variety of spices including coriander seeds, cumin seeds, methi seeds, and red chilies are freshly roasted and ground. It is typically served with rice, particularly for lunch.
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Ingredients for Double Beans Puli kuzhambu Recipe
Double Beans :
The mild flavour, creamy texture, and distinctive colour of the lima bean, which can range from beige to green, make it a popular type of legume. It is also referred to as the wax bean, double bean, and butter bean. Lima beans are edible in both their immature and mature states.
Shallots / Sambar Onion :
Shallots are a little sweeter than regular onions and have a more subtle flavor. They are good used in raw applications where you want an oniony flavor without too much punch, such as in salads and vinaigrettes, , or in slow roasted or braised dishes, where their sweetness can enhance a dish without watering it down.
Coriander Powder :
Coriander Powder is a flavouring agent used in a variety of cuisines. It is one of the oldest known herbs and spices. It is mentioned in the Bible, and seeds from the plant have been discovered in ruins dating back to 5000 B.C.
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Double Beans Kuzhambu Recipe | Double Beans Pulikuzhambu Recipe
- Gingelly Oil - ¼ cup
- Mustard seeds / kaduku - 1 tsp
- Urad dal / Ulundu paruppu - 1 tsp
- Fenugreek seeds / Methi / Vendayam - ½ tsp
- Curry leaves a handful
- Shallots / Sambar Onion - 10
- Garlic - 10 cloves
- Tomato - 2 chopped
- Chilli Powder - 1 tblsp
- Coriander powder - 3 tblsp
- Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
- Cumin Powder - 1 tsp
- Salt to tatse
- Jaggery / Sugar - 1 tsp
- Tamarind - 1 small lemon size
- Double Beans - ½ cup
- Soak double beans overnight. Pressure cook for 3 to 4 whistle till done.
- Heat oil in a pan. Add in seasoning ingredients and let them sizzle.
- Add in shallots, garlic, tomatoes and cook till mushy.
- Add in salt, spice powders and toast for 2 mins.
- Add in tamarind water, water, cooked double beans and mix well.
- Add in jaggery and cook on low heat for 10 mins.
- Serve with rice.
Double Beans Puli Kuzhambu Recipe Step by Step Pictures
1)Heat gingelly oil, Add in mustard, fenugreek seeds and urad dal.
2)Add in curry leaves
3)Saute till golden
4)Add in peeled shallots and garlic
7)Cook till tomatoes get mushy
8)Add in chilli, coriander, cumin and turmeric powder.
9)Stir fry for a min
10)Cook till spice powders is nice and toasted
11)Add in tamarind water
13)Add in boiled double beans
15)Add in salt.
16)Cover and simmer for 15 mins
17)Add in jaggery
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is double beans grown in India?
Previously only found in Karnataka's cooler regions, these peculiar beans are now sparingly found in other cities as well. They are closely related to the Lima bean or Butter bean (Phaseolus lunatus), and even in India, it would be acceptable to call them that.