Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal

This stir fry goes well as a side dish for rice and any mixed rice

Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal

This stir fry goes well as a side dish for rice and any mixed rice

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By Karthika Rajendran

Published On: 09 Dec 2015

Rating: 3
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30 Minutes
Served : 2
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Ingredients

  • chopped avarakkai / broad beans 200g
    small onion / big onion 1 no.
    red chili 1 no.
    oil 3 tsp
    mustard 1/2 tsp
    broken urad dal 1/4 tsp
    bengal gram 1/4 tsp
    curry leaves 5 no.
    salt to taste
    sambar powder 1/2 tsp
    turmeric powder 1/2 tsp
    grated coconut 3 tsp

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 1

in a pan heat the oil and temper the mustard and broken urad dal and bengal gram

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Step 2 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 2

add curry leaves, red chili and onion and saute it, until the onion turn into brown

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Step 3 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 3

add tomato and mix well

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Step 4 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 4

add chopped avarakkai / broad bean and mix well

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Step 5 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 5

add salt, sambar powder and turmeric powder and mix well

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Step 6 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 6

add two glass of water and allow to cook

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Step 7 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 7

cook till the water get dry

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Step 8 Avarakkai / Broad Beans Poriyal Recipe

Step 8

garnish with grated coconut. avarakkai poriyal is ready

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