Monday, February 8, 2010

Baked Red Kidney Beans & Brown Rice Patties

While i was planning for our today's lunch that to when i have just a tomato and two onions at home needless to say how its hard to cook up , my mind went immediately for canned red kidney beans  which i bought quite a long back..Voila!! thats the way this red kidney beans and brown rice patties without onions born, as i told before am using more brown rice than our usual white rice in our daily menu and i used some cooked brown rice for making this patties...This baked red kidney beans and brown rice patties tastes really fantastic when served as side dish also for our evening snacks with tomato ketchup, everyone at home loved it and enjoyed having for our evening snacks...This baked patties are really easy to prepare and very nutritious,filling and as well as healthy almost an oil-less and guilt free snacks...Am sending this delicious baked red kidney beans and brown rice patties to Madhuram's Whole Grain Baking Event-Rice & to my own event Hearts for St Valentine's Day Event and to MLLA-20th Helping guest hosted by Rachel of The Crispy Cook, event by Susan..


1no Red Kidney Beans (medium can)
1cup Cooked long grain brown rice
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
2tbsp Chopped coriander leaves
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
Salt
Oil for brushing the patties..

Drain and rinse the kidneybeans twice and keep aside... take the cooked long grain brown rice and red kidney beans in a large bowl, mash them well, add the chopped green chillies, chopped coriander leaves, garam masala powder and salt as per need...mix everything well..

Take a small ball of this smashed red kidney beans and brown rice mixture and shape them as u desire(i used heart shape mould to make these patties)..Meanwhile preheat the oven to 300F..line a baking sheet over a baking tray, brush the baking sheet with oil and arrange this shaped patties over the greased sheet and brush the top of the patties again with oil..

Bake for 15-20minutes until the top turn firm..serve with ketchup...

40 comments:

  1. Heart healthy and lovely patties.

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  2. Hi.......Priya

    Lovely recipe and click
    I never thought baked red kidney beans and brown rice could be made into pattied....
    Very innovative and interesting

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  3. Patties looks so yummy and tempting. Wonderful presentation. Unique recipe. Thanks.

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  4. Priya,
    Healthy beautiful patties.

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  5. healthy and colorful patties. Cute shapes.

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  6. Lovely shape. brown rice in patties is a new combo, and with kidney beans, would have not thought of that ever..

    BG episode was funny. Aryan was like ari kku oru vaai, chitti kku oru vai..what to do? ate it with him.

    www.ruchikacooks.com

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  7. Lovely shape. brown rice in patties is a new combo, and with kidney beans, would have not thought of that ever..

    BG episode was funny. Aryan was like ari kku oru vaai, chitti kku oru vai..what to do? ate it with him.

    www.ruchikacooks.com

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  8. Wow, beans & brown rice..what an unique & healthy recipe. And baking them is quite intresting! And making them in heart-shape is amazing!

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  9. Very original and pretty! I am going to remember that since we are all into legumes in this household!

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  10. v beautiful and cute presentation Priya, a tasty and healthy snack

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  11. So cute sweet and absolutely delicious and healthy.

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  12. Not a fan of Kidney beans but those look super cute and great clicks as always

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  13. Love the presentation. Love the brown rice patties.

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  14. Wow Lovely Patties..Great innovation...

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  15. looks so delicious :) and healthy too!!

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  16. wow..this is very new to me...nice recipe...wonderful presentation n lovely clicks!

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  17. heart to heart love for ur patties..happy valentines...kalakunga

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  18. Lovely shape, healthy and must be tasted great....

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  19. Lovely patties! You are so creative!

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  20. Looks very delicious...Valentine specilaa??

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  21. Hey wow.. looks very nice and cute presentation!!... nice combo!!.. very healthy, at the same time.. tasty too:)

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  22. Wow! Awesome! Healthy and love any dish with baked red kidney beans.

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  23. Very healthy cutlets Priya...protein packed and filling :)

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  24. I would like to share an award with you:).. please accept it from my blog:)

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  25. Priya only u can think of such unique combinations!! hats off to ur creative culinary skills!!
    Good one as always!!
    TC

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  26. Daily some hearts hahh??
    They look very pretty dear..

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  27. lovely hearts,and healthy patties..

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  28. Sounds great and interesting...

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  29. yummy and healthy...love to grab some from screen..looks yummy!

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  30. wow...very healthy and unique.Lools good.

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  31. Hum, red kidney/brown rice patties -lla oru romance-aa ????
    Yepppadi Priya??????????????????

    besh, besh, romba romantic -kka irukku :):)

    you've always surprised me with your sense of creativity, bravo!!!

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  32. Love the heart shape.Very healthy patties.Do send it to MLLA:20 at the crispycook's

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  33. how do you get such novel ideas..too good..

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  34. lovely patties with healthy ingredients...looks good..

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  35. These are so very cute and appropriate for Feb. 14th, Valentine's Day. Thanks for sending this recipe over to My Legume Love Affair.

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  36. Simple and healthy patties Priya. Thanks for the entry.

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