Thursday, June 01, 2006

chikudukaaya veppudu/Indian broad bean fry

This is one my fav veggie I can eat this veggie cooked in any way,This is a simple traditional way of cooking Indian broad bean known as chikkudu kaaya in Telugu.Its available in most of the Indian grocesry stores sometime in chinese stores also.

  Posted by Picasa plate contains rice with pachimerapakaaya pappu,chikudukaaya veppudu,and ura mirapakayalu fried.

Ingredeints:

Sliced Indian Beana/Chikudukaayalu 1 lb
1 clove garlic crushed.
1/2 tspn salt.
1/2 tspn red chilli powder.


For tempering:
1tbspn oil.
1/4 tspn mustard seeds.
1 tspn channa dhaal(split chick peas).
4-5 curry leaves.
1 whole red chillies.
pinch of hing(asafoetida).


Method:

First take a sauce pan and add enough water and salt and boil the chikudukaaya pieces. When the beans are half boiled remove and drain the water and set the beans on the side later.
Take a fry pan and heat the pan adding oil to it, when the oil gets warm, add mustard seeds and wait this they start cracking then add channa dhall and fry till light golden brown . later add red whole chilli split into two pieces, curry leaves, hing and fry for a second. Now add the boiled beans and fry for few minutes.later add salt,chilli powder and mix well, fry till the beans is cooked till tender, lastly add crushed garlic cloves and fry for a second. and remove from the stove.

This can be served with rotis, and rice as a side dish, its hightly protein contained dish.

10 comments:

Vineela said...

Hi Tanuja,
Lovely recipe.Naku broad beans fresh vi doraktledu ikkada.
Meeru ela chesaru.Edo pappu kooda chesinattl unnaru.,uppumirapakayalu kanipisthunnayi
Nenu inka vanta cheyyaledu Inka vellalsinde kitchenloki.
Recipe post cheyyandi teerika chesukoni.
Vineela

Tanuja said...

Hi Vineela,

Thanks for the comment, fresh vi doraka pothe no problem if u can get frozen is also good for this dish, I even make this with mixing frozen surti papdi and surti papdi lilva, the different between making fresh and frozen is fresh one have to be boiled first, frozen ones don't need to be boiled.

adi pachi meerapakaay pappu.

enjoy cooking:)

santhi said...

no fresh chikkudu kaya tanuja..
maaku dorakatam ledu inka...:(

I envy u for the IFM in Atlanta..:)
I have been there a couple of times and was amazed when i went for the first time..

RP said...

Looks so delicious. what is ura mirapakayalu?

Lera said...

Tanuja, your recipe sounds so simple and easy to make....would like to try this sometime.

KrishnaArjuna said...

Tanuja,
chikkudu kaya vepudu(one of my fav fry's) :-)
As a kid I remember fighting with my mom that I only wanted the pods and not the skin :-)

sailaja said...

Tanuja, chikudukaaya Vepudu is my all time favorite stir fry dish.

Bindu Vijayakumar said...

This looks great and need to try out this!

Sushma said...

Thanks for the Chikkudu kaya fry recipe tanuja. I really appreciate if you can share the pachi meerapakaya pappu recipe.It looks so tempting in the picture

Sri said...

hi tanuja,
chikkudu kaya vepudu, pappu, ura mirapakaya good combination. Thank you for sharing.
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