Monday, June 25, 2012

Rajma Vangibhath

After bisi bele bath, my all time favourite one pot meal is this vangibhath. I can survive for many days with these both dishes, i dont even need any side dish for having this both dishes anytime. I always have few homemade spice powders in my pantry,i usually prepare most of my dishes with those homemade spice powders. I do prepare quite often vangibhath and bisi bele bath spice powder eventhough i love this MTR vangibhath spice powder.As i told earlier, i picked this MTR vangibhath powder during our vacation last year in India,i prepared already twice vangibhath with this store bought powder with eggplants, they came out super delicious and i wanted to prepare something different with legumes and eggplants to give a twist to this usual vangibhath. Immediately i choosed rajma for making this vangibhath, both rajma and eggplants together works out terribly awesome and we loved having this super flavourful vangibhath for our lunch simply with potato chips.

Obviously with this store bought vangibhath powder, your vangibhath will gets ready super quick and its quite helpful to cook up easily this vangibhath quite often even if you very much busy with other stuffs.Just add any sort of legumes and veggies to give a twist to this usual vangibhath.Do check the other marathoners running this 17th edition of blogging marathon here.



3cups Rice (cooked)
2cups Eggplants (cubed)
1cup Rajma (cooked)
1tbsp Tamarind paste
3tbsp MTR vangibath powder
2tbsp Dessicated coconut or copra
2tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Channa dal
1tsp Urad dal
2nos Dry red chillies
Few Cashewnuts pieces
Few Curry leaves
Salt

Heat enough oil, let fry the mustard seeds,channadal,urad dal and dry red chillies,now add the cashewnuts and curry leaves and fry until the nuts turns brown.

Now add the cubed eggplants,cook for few minutes until the veggies shrinks a bit, immediately add cooked rajma, tamarind paste,vangibath powder,salt and cook everything in simmer until the oil gets separates.

Finally add the cooked rice,dessicated coconut and toss everything gently until everything gets well mixed.

Serve hot with chips or fryums.

43 comments:

  1. This is truly healthy and one pot meal! Liked it a lot.

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  2. Absolutely a worthy one pot meal..Truly healthy and yummy.

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  3. rajma with vangibath sounds new.. nice click...

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  4. That's a good addition priya..talk abt thinking abt same dish!..mine is for twm!

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  5. Instant mix is available... That's great... Will check in shop...

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  6. Amazing rice preparation!!! Absolutely loved it :)

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  7. vangibhath is my favorite too...ur version makes it more healthy n looks woderful

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  8. very delicious rice...looks yummm

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  9. I do make raajma rice but the vaangi bhaat pwd..no have never used this, surely must be enhancing the flavor!!..lovely:)

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  10. A nice fusion of north and south. Great idea

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  11. Protein packed rice, looks so yummy.

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  12. never heard of this combination. looks delicious

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  13. Sounds good. Nice flavors. Love it.

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  14. Nice twist to the usual Vaagi Bhaat recipe...

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  15. Ooo! I love I love I love Ranjma Vangibath!! Tried it once! thanks for the recipe! :)

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  16. I have not had rice for a week and i wish i had this, super yumm.

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  17. Hi Priya! delicious rice.. I've never tried vangibath.. looks tempting.

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  18. Very nice . By adding rajma u made it healthy :)

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  19. Tempting and healthy one pot meal

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  20. Nice twist of adding Rajma to Vangi bhaat, looks super yummy

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  21. Me too can survive on just BBB and vangibath! Rajma in VB is very interesting indeed

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  22. looks nice and colorful although I hate eggpalnt

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  23. I tried only instant bisibela bath mix, this vangibhath sounds very delicious n quick recipe...liked the addition of Rajma to make it wholesome n healthy...looks inviting!!
    Spicy Treats

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  24. love the addition of rajma...love the color too!

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  25. Superb! yummy one pot meal with the flavour of MTR masala

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  26. Never tried the addition of rajma in vangi bath...Looks yummy!!!!

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  27. Lovely addition Priya....love the easy vangi bath with the goodness of rajma. Looks so yummy!!!

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  28. Liked the addition of rajma to the vangibath,sounds healthy and delicious........

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  29. Adding Rajma must be tasting even more delicious

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  30. Perfect helathy one pot meal on lazy days.Adding rajma's more nutritious to the rice.

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  31. Adding rajma to this dish makes it all the more tasty and nutritious.Nice recipe Priya..

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  32. Innovative and healthy meal!

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  33. Wow that is definitely a great one pot meal!

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