Thursday, August 17

Red Bean Curry








I got this red bean from Korean market in NJ. I havent seen this fresh red beans in Indian stores.Back in India we make this curry using ‘butter beans’. Unlike this red bean it will be white in colour. It is used commonly in south part of Tamilnadu(Virudhunagar, Tuticorin etc). I have tried different varieties of beans to prepare this curry but only this red bean was similar to the taste of the butter beans. Here goes the recipe.



Ingredients

Red beans- 1 pack
Onions-1 finely chopped
Chilli powder- 1 tsp
Coconut gratings- 3 tsp
Saunf-1/2 tsp to
Khus khus-3/4 tsp
Mustard seeds-little
Curry leaves – few
Oil-4 tsp
Salt to taste

Method

Pressure cook the red beans with salt for 1 whistle.
Grind coconut , saunf and khus khus into a fine paste.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When it splutters add onions and curry leaves. Saute till turns transparent and add the ground paste and chilli powder.saute for a minute and then add the cooked beans. Add salt to taste and add ¼ cup of water. Cook till it becomes thick and dry.
Serve hot with rice and sambar.



13 comments:

Tanuja said...

Hi Prema,

Red bean curry and sambhar looks so tempting:)Thanks for sharing yumy yummy ones.

Prema Sundar said...

Thank s tanuja..yeah its yummy with sambar and rice.

Kitchenmate said...

Hi Prema,
You got a great blog going.. all the very best.. hope to see you with so much recipes...
would visit quite often:)

Menu Today said...

Hi Prema,
I always mix this bean with subzi and sambar. This method i will try one day. Thanx for sharing.

Latha said...

Hi Prema,

Thank you for your kind comment on my blog!

You have a lovely blog. All the recipes looks yummy and homely. I have never had red beans. We dont get them here in the Indian store. Is it similar to Avarakaa?
Will add you to my blogroll.

Thanks,
Latha

Shilpa said...

Nice recipe Prema. Thanks for sharing.

Vineela said...

Hi pREMA,
never tried with red beans and curry is nice combo for perfect lunch.
THANKS for sharing.
Vineela

Prema Sundar said...

Thanks kitchen mate, latha,menutoday, shilpa and vineela.
No latha this is not similar to avarakka.This is a type of fresh bean i got in korean store. i think u get it tinned in American grocery shops.. iam not sure though.

Foodie's Hope said...

Looks very tasty! I don't think I will get the beans fresh as you have shown , but I might get dried beans like that in the super markets.

I will try your recipe, thanks for posting.

LERA said...

Sounds very delicious...Thanks for sharing this Recipe.

scmr1967 said...

I like beans but i have not tasted yours. will try soon

Priya Bhaskaran said...

Hey Prema, Did you observe in your method you forgot to add the beans procedure:)

Prema Sundar said...

Thanks foodie's hope for visiting my site. U will get it fresh in the chinese or korean or Asian stores.
thanks lera for ur lovely comment
Thanks scmr 1967. I had made this for u when u came to visit us.u said it was nice.
Thanks priya for pointing out the missed procedure. I have added it now.