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Thursday, April 2, 2009

         This is another simple poriyal which is our family favorite!!
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Ingredients:

Cluster Beans,Chopped 1 1/2 cup
Moong dal/Paasi paruppu 2-3 tblsp
Sambhar powder/red chilli powder 1 tsp
Turmeric powder 1/8 tsp
Coconut gratings 1/4 cup
Onion 1 no.
Salt As needed
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To Temper:
Mustard 1 tsp
Urad dal/ulutham paruppu 1 tsp
Curry leaves A sprig
Oil 1 tsp

Method:

  1. Remove the head and tail of cluster beans,wash them and chop them finely as shown in the picture.
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  3. Boil the cluster beans in water,along with moong dhal,turmeric,salt,sambhar/red chilli powder.
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  5. Cook till done,moong dal should be just done,not too soft....by that time moong dhal gets cooked,cluster beans too should have got cooked just right.
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  7. Drain the water and keep aside.
  8. Heat kadai and temper with the tempering items,followed by onion and fry till onion turns transparent.
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  10. Add the cooked cluster beans,moong dal and fry for two minutes in medium flame till moisture gets absorbed.
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  12. Add the grated coconut and stir well for a minute.
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  14. Transfer to the serving dish! Serve as accompaniment for rice.
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Variation: Sweet Poriyal
  • My mother used to add 2 tsp of sugar and stir for a minute .(before adding coconut)
  • It tastes great when mixed with ghee and hot rice.Believe me!!Big Grin
Another day I tried this cool drink from Essence of Andhra - Uma's blog - Cucumber Lemonade! Tasted great :) Thank you Uma!
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44 comments:

  1. i thought we only add either toor dal or urad dal in poriyal. glad to see moong dal is fine too :D thats the easiest to buy in singapore.

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  2. Nice step by step presenttaion.Like them with side of rice.

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  3. The picture of poriyal with generous amount of coconut on it is my fav! Lemonade pic looks gorgeous!

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  4. nice recipe..will try your way sometime..i usually make usali, never used onions..good one..

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  5. Looks nice...before I never used to like cluster beans but now...I love them :)....will try your method ;)...did tried the pasta?

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  6. never had cluster beans poriyal.my mom used to do kootu and add some jaggery to it. yours looks tempting. will buy cluster beans this weekend.

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  7. I make a similar poriyal with cabbage. This one is new for me. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. this is a totally new recipe to me... looking at the picture, I thought it looked like beans paruppu usili... pleasantly surprised by the ingredients and the method :)
    love the step-by-step pictures

    - Indhu (www.thayirsaadham.com)

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  9. My grandma's special dish is this, i love to have with hot rice..looks great Raks, i checked the slide show, now u can see the roundup..thanks for letting me know about the slide problem..

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  10. Hi Rai,
    I had learnt thoran from one of the blogger friends....am glad to learn this interesting way of making poriyal :) nice methodical presentation :)
    The drink looks cool :)
    TC

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  11. Ilove bean poriyal like these, it was one of the dish wehad a lot in our lunch box and i still love them.

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  12. The poriyal looks superb.We make the similar way at home..The pictures are fabulous..
    I love the cucumber lemonade too :)

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  13. poriyal looks mouth watering. nice pics.

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  14. Love the Porial, I love the sweetish taste of Jawar! :)

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  15. that looks absolutely gorgeous , I love the taste of cluster beans

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  16. Its my grandpa's favourite..minus the onions..good one

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  17. Nice picture, I must also try your mom's method of adding this poriyal with sugar, ghee, and rice. It sounds so yummy :)

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  18. Poriyal looks awesome Raks.. my mom always made paruppu usli with this veggie. I like adding mung dhal to poriyal too.

    The picture of the drink looks so pretty.

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  19. Sugar and moong dal are a new addition for me in poriyal. It looks delicious. Great with rice and rasam.

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  20. Love Poriyal..Looks so yumm..Lovely photo..

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  21. with sugar..mmm...maybe i will take some poriyal out on the side and try it...i know my cousin would love it..he loves every thing sweet...

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  22. I make with toor dhal exactly the same way. The drink looks cool!

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  23. lovely click, absolutely appetizing, even for a total carnivore like me :) will try it soon and keep you posted :)

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  24. I was not much into this when i was in India....But now I miss this....On my trip to India I was ordering my mom to cook all the veggies I havnt tasted here.....This is almost the same way my mom makes

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  25. Thanks for visiting my blog..Poriyal is looking delicious..We dont get fresh ones...will try when i have them..

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  26. Looks delicious! My mom makes a similar curry with cluster beans...

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  27. Looks superb Raks..!!..thorans are my fav..with lotsa coconut n tempering..thats just perfect with rice..looks yum..n the drink too.looks gorgeous..:)

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  28. i just got some cluster beans from the indian store this weekend and was planning to make the same. Love this!

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  29. raji, my mom adds moong daal too. i am okay with cluster beans, not a fan, but your poriyal looks very yummy and tempting. love the last pic of the lemonade! Very cool! ;-)

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  30. my husband's favorite vegetable! and a nice comfort food.. I make this pretty pretty much in a similar way.. love your step-by-step photos.. :)

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  31. My husband's favorite one. I always put this in sambhar only. Thanks for the recipe. I am going to try this sure.

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  32. Awesome pic..Looks yummy..Cluster beans is my favo one...

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  33. Raji, Awesome clicks as usual. we also add moongdhall, but i pmicrowave that. I have never added onions, surely will try next time. We also make parruppu usili with this.

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  34. Porial looks yummy...Like the cucumber lemonade...

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  35. I rarely buy cluster beans coz I find it a little bitter for my taste. The poriyal looks fantastic, R. Your pics are beautiful! :)

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  36. nice step by stp photos... lovely raji. i never tried this.looks yum

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  37. Nice presentations............the final product looks gorgeous!!

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  38. mm..poriyal cooking way diferent a irukae ;)..beautifully explained :)super raji...

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  39. love the poriyal made this way! looks yum

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  40. Wow this is new version of using cluster beans. Looks yum. Will try this soon. Cucumber lemonade looks yum.

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  41. Nice poriyal recipe. Eager to taste it. Nice pics.

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  42. I have a bag of frozen cluster beans
    sitting idle will put it to good use
    good recipe thanks

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