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Beans Tomato Curry

This is very simple, easy and delicious recipe in the morning for home makers. It's a quick curry that can straight away go into lunch boxes of their sweet hubby and children.

Beans washed and cut into large pieces (you can do it day b4 and refrigerate them)-2 cups
chopped tomato-1/2cup
Chopped onions-1/4cup
Green chillies-2
chopped cilantro-2t.s
dry coconut powder -2ts
Cumin seeds-1/2ts
Mustard seeds-1/2ts
Chana dal-1ts
Salt to taste
Chili powder-1/2t.s
Red chili-1
vegetable oil-2ts

  • Heat 2ts of oil in non stick thick bottom pan and add  Cumin Seeds + Mustard Seeds + Red chili + Chana Dal and allow them  to splutter.
  • When they start spluttering add onions and green chili and saute until the onions are half cooked.
  • Now, add Turmeric powder + ginger garlic paste and cook this mixture for 1min under medium flame.
  • Now, add beans and cook by closing the vessel under medium flame, give a toss in between.
  • when the beans are almost done, add tomatos and cook until they are well cooked.
  • Now add red chili powder+ coconut powder + salt and cook for about 2min in a simmer and turn off the stove.
  • Garnish with cilantro and serve with rice / roti.

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  1. very nice and delicious curry

  2. wow, a new way to prepare beans - looks yummy

  3. never tried beans in curry form..this sounds interesting..looks very tempting,perfect with rotis..thanx for the recipe...

  4. Curry looks super interesting,delicious, a prefect side dish for rotis..

  5. thnQ frndz for stopping by....
    plz come bck again :)

  6. Great idea! Speedy curry in lunch box! Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Good and tasty.
    You have forgot to mention ginger garlic paste at the 'ingredients' column.

  8. Thnq every one for wonderful comments!!!

    Thanq rajeev for letting me know. i'll mention it soon!!!!


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