2009/10/23

RAJMA IN CASHEW-COCONUT GRAVY

Rush ur Entries for MY FIRST COOKED FOOD EVENT .









INGREDIENTS :

Rajma -- 1 cup
For masala :

Onion -- 1
Tomato -- 1
Green chillies -- 2
Cashew -- 2 tsp
Coconut -- 3 pieces
Salt to taste
Garam masala -- 1 tsp
Turmeric powder -- 1 tsp
Chilli powder - -1 tsp

METHOD OF PREPARATION :

1) Soak Rajma overnight .
2) Heat oil in a pressure cooker . Once hot add jeera and 2 red chillies , then rajma with the grinded masala and cook for 4 whsitles .
3) Leave in slow flame till the oil separtes .

Serve hot with roti .
Sending this to JFI : Rajma hosted at Dilse , event started by Indira of Mahanadhi .


Only event , Cooking with soya by preethi, initially started by Pari .


20 comments :

Tina said...

Creamy rajma ...Looks yummy and delicious.

shanthi said...

creamy and yummy

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Nice creamy one....

Archy said...

Rajma with cashew.. makes it creamy.. wonderful entry !!

Chitra said...

Looks creamy as everybody said.yummy too !!

Poornima Nair said...

I'm not very fornd of Rajma, but the gravy sounds delicious. Looks real creamy.

prasu said...

sounds delicious and looks yummy dear.......

Sangeetha Subhash said...

wow!!Looks so creamy and yummyy...

Anupama said...

Very creamy looking... I bet it will taste great with any kind of roti/chappathi

pria said...

dish luks yummy and creamy :)

Priya said...

Wow looks so creamy!

sowmya.s said...

looks yumm..

Parita said...

A fantastic combo!

Happy cook said...

Wow the curry looks so creamy delcious.

Chocolaty Lifestyle said...

I love this kond of food! What a great recipes you have here, I'd love to try everything! :)

Nandini said...

Ooo! The rajma curry is so creamy and delectable!

Sanjana said...

Hi Shama, great recipe! I just stopped by to let you know there are some awards for you on my blog :) Please do come to collect them!

Sush said...

seems like it is raining rajma in blogger world. tempting recipe

Vibaas said...

a different curry..sounds super yum!

sangeeta said...

delicious twist to the good old rajma...great!