Avaryachi Usli | Field Beans Stir Fry | Avarekalu Usli

Avaryachi Usli

When he tells me that he will soak and pressure cook the field beans/avarekalu/avare, you just make the stir fry, I can never say NO. He keeps saying that he loves the “Usli” that I cook and since I feel lazy to cook during weekdays, he himself soaks it and even pressure cooks them and… 

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Pindi Chole Rawalpindi Style

Pindi Chole Rawalpindi Style

Rawalpindi style pindi chole is a dish made with chickpeas which belongs to the Rawalpindi region in Pakistan. Pind means village and Rawal is a region in Pakistan, hence the name Rawalpindi Chole. Pindi chole is made with white chickpeas or kabuli chana, onion, tomato, ginger garlic paste and lots of spices. To enhance the… 

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Chatpata Rajma Wrap

Chatpata Rajma Wrap

Chatpata Rajma Wrap is a nutritious dish made with whole wheat flour and kidney beans which you can have either for breakfast or as an evening snack. Since tomato ketchup and curd is added to this wrap, it does not taste very spicy. People prefer wraps as it is easy to pick and eat on… 

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Rajma Rasmisa

Rajma Rasmisa

My hubby loves Rajma and one fine day he got Rajma from the super market. I did not want to make the Rajma curry that I normally prepare for him. I thought of trying something new… some North Indian Rajma curry. While browsing on net for recipes I came across this Rajma Rasmisa recipe. This… 

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Sprouted Masoor Masala

Sprouts as you all know are a very healthy way of eating pulses. Instead of doing the regular masoor tondak, similar to chana tondak, I decided to try something different. I had put masoor dal to soak in water. That time an idea occurred to me to get them sprouted. And I tried something new… 

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Chana Tondak / Goan Chana Masala

Goan Chana Masala Tonak

Anything from legume family is nutritious and good for health. The white peas are commonly known as Vatane in Goa. Any types of legumes can be used to prepare tondak or curry with coconut. for most of these procedure is the same. The recipe mentioned below is something which is very common in the Goan… 

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Radish Subzi

Radish Subzi

 Since the day I fell in love with radish, I have started getting them home and experimenting with them in various ways. I was looking out for radish with leaves. Most of the grocery stores in Bangalore only sell the radish by discarding the leaves. I was on a hunt for radish with leaves. One… 

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Cholay Masala

Cholay Masala

It’s been a long tiring day. After coming home from office always thoughts come to mind as to what to cook for dinner. It has to be something easy , something which does not consume much time. Since I had soaked chick-peas the previous night, I thought of preparing Cholay Masala in a very easy… 

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Alasaandhyachi Oosali

Alasaandhyachi Oosali

Alasaande popularly known a kidney beans is a rich source of protein. This Alasaandhyachi Oosali is a nutritious recipe which can be prepared within 30 Min’s. It can be served with chapatis or with rice as a side dish. Try it out friends, it really turns delicious. Ingredients: 1/2 cup kidney beans 1/4 cup grated coconut 1… 

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