Thursday, December 26, 2013

Hyacinth Beans Stir fry

Hyacinth Beans or Indian Beans (Avarai / Avaraikkai) is one of the favorite vegetables among us. Even my toddler son likes this a lot. Of course, he needs curd rice along with this. After my delivery (and other surgeries), my doctor asked my mom to serve me rice with rasam and less hot Avaraikkai poriyal. That day I realized it how good is this beans to our body. I thought it must be easily digestible and does no harm to recently operated me. From then on, I always value this beans much more than earlier.


Ingredients:

Indian / Hyacinth Beans 250g
Sambar Powder 1 tbsp leveled
Shredded coconut 1 tblsp
Salt
Water

To temper:

Mustard seeds
Urad Dhal
Curry Leaves Few
Pearl Onions Few
Oil

Method:

Chop the beans and Pearl Onions.

Heat Oil in a Pan. When hot, add the Mustard seeds. When they start popping up, add Urad Dhal, Curry leaves and Pearl Onions. Fry till the Onions turn translucent.

Now add the chopped beans, Sambar Powder and Salt. Mix well. Fry for a while and then add 1/4 cup of water. Cook till the beans gets cooked and the water evaporates. Now add the grated coconut. Fry for few more seconds until done.

Serves: 2
Serves with Rice and any Curry.




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3 comments:

Razina Javed said...

Yummy n healthy...

Kaveri Venkatesh said...

Very healthy and yummy poriyal..avarakkai is one of my favorite vegetables

Sanoli Ghosh said...

This one is my favorite veg too. Stir-fry looks delish, goes very well with dal rice.