Indian broad beans / Avaraikkai Poriyal


Actually I eat almost all the veggie's and that how my mom raised me but the same does not applies for my H..He s so picky in everything ,and needless to say he hates this veggie..this is one veggie I would like to eat it with sambhar ,nothing can beat the combo of sambar and avarai poriyal,so matching matching and I love it. This time i got a chance to prepare this veggie and to say the truth,It was divine...I love it ..... This doesn't involve much preparation other than it's cooking time..


Ingredients :
Avarakkai /Broad beans -- chopped -- 1 cup
Green chilly -- 2 nos.
Chilly powder -- 1/4 tsp (optional)
Shredded Coconut -- 2 tbsp
Salt -- to taste

For tempering :
Oil --2 tsp
Shallots --slivered -- 2 nos.
Mustard seeds --1/2  tsp
Urad dal -- 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves -- 1 sprig

Method :

Take awide pan and do the seasoning with the ingredients given in tempering section. Add the green chillies with that and saute . Now dump in the chopped avarakkai/broad beans and saute well for 1 or 2 minutes. Add plenty of water and reqd amount of salt  to this mixture to cook the veggie..Keep in mind ,this beans takes more time to cook so add water accordingly. Add the red chilli powder before adding water to the veggie if u like it spicy. Cook the veggie well till it becomes tender. U may finally add the coconut once the water is completely fried up. Combine well and switch off.


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20 comments:

  1. this really sounds wonderful n healthy Shanavi..
    Tasty appetite

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  2. avarai stir fry is my idea of yummy n healthy side dish ! good one !!

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  3. What a droolworthy poriyal, too good click Shanavi..

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  4. yummy poriyal...love it...great side dish with sambhar rice and rasam rice.

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  5. This poriyal is very regular at my home.

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  6. Very yummy looking..perfect with hot rice n daal :)

    US Masala

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  7. I love anything with coconut in it

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  8. I can have this poriyal with anything..Just love this..

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  9. lovely poriyal.you have a nice blog.you can visit my blog and give ur valuable comments.

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  10. looks delicious and healthy... I totally love this poriyal...

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  11. wow..nice one...long time didnt hv avarrakai ..its make me tempting...nice presentation...lov ur space..glad to follow u!

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  12. A regula at my home....recipe is always welcome

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  13. Yummy looking poriyal..the veggies look so tasty and nicely done.

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  14. Poriyal looks very tempting:-).First time here. Lovely space

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