Wednesday, October 27, 2010

"ONAM OLAN WITH RAJMA/RED COW PEAS AND ASH GOURD"(MUMMY'S SPECIAL/EASY TO MAKE)


Ash gourd (Medium pieces) - 1 cup
Red Cow Peas /rajma - 1/4 cup
Red Chilly - 4 no s
Green chilly(half slit) - 4 no s
Shallots(thin slices) - 4 no s
Coconut oil - 2 tabs
Coconut Milk - 1 cup
Curry leaves - 1 spring
Salt - to taste
Water -as required
Mustard Seeds - ½ tsp


How to Prepare:

1. In a Pressure cooker boil the red cow peas firstly by adding little bit salt.


2. In a Kadai ,put the cut pieces of ash gourd ,with required amount of water to get boil it well ,and add half slit green chilly also with little bit of salt, after boiling the water will fully drained out.


3. In a blender grind the grated coconut with some water and take a thick coconut milk, add this milk to the boiled ash gourd pieces and mix together and also add the already cooked red cow peas and mix along with a very low flame.


4. In a kadai, add a little bit of coconut oil, when it gets hot add ½ tsp. of mustard seeds when it gets splutter, add the red chilly and curry leaves and thin slices of shallots and sauté together, when it gets tender n smooth just turn off the fire and put this to the cooked ashgourd n red cowpeas texture and mix along.


5. Finally add ½ a tsp. of coconut oil on the top of olan and garnish with coriander leaves.

18 comments:

  1. Looks so creamy and delicious, thanks for sharing dear..

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  2. Very interesting, have never cooked rajma this way and recipe is too good and very easy to prepare as well...will surely give it a try

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  3. This is a very healthy dish, looks so good.

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  4. Delicious looking olan, wat a fabulous dish..

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  5. Adipoli olan reshmi..my all time fav sadya recipe..

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  6. ithuvare rajma ittu try cheythittilla different anallo

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  7. thanks to southen einful sweets,treat n trick,mymoonah for the lovely comments sent by..

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  8. thnks jaisy...rajma try chythu nokku taste will be differnt...

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  9. thnk u sreelekha for the helful comment..

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  10. thnks to kothiyavunu.com n kairali sisters for the lovely comments n encouragement..

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  11. thnks to priya sushma n padhu for the ecouragement...thnks for the gud comments...

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  12. Nice recipe,never tried olan with both the rajma and cow peas,sounds nice! Have trie donly with cow peas...

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