Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Butter Beans Masala Sundal

 Navarathiri is around the corner and i miss this 9 days of festivals.When i was in India during this 9 days, we never failed to go to temple and do poojas. Eventhough we dont keep golu, we will go to our friends and neighbours houses during this festivals to enjoy the poojas and sundals they gives us at the end of the pooja. Every year, navarathiri makes me nostalgic and wish a year i'll be in India to celebrate this 9 days of festivities.Everyday for this 9 days celebrations, people whoever celebrates will definitely make different sundal and gives it to everyone whoever visiting their home for the pooja. Its a tradition and obviously everyday its will be different sundal.

Eventhough i dont celebrated navarathiri at home, i love to make variety of sundals for our evening snacks. Sundal makes a nutritious and healthy snacks as they are prepared with legumes. Any legumes works wonder for making sundal and for today's post am sharing here a delicious, nutritious and flavourful sundal.Usually we make a tempering and add the cooked legumes, for a change i prepared a coarse paste of spices and added it after tempering, seriously this coarse paste of spices makes the difference. Am sure if you make this masala sundal once, you will definitely make all your sundal this way.Coming to this butter beans masala sundal, they tastes fantastic,nutritious and quite filling, an excellent evening snacks to enjoy without any guilt. Sending to WTML guest hosted by Asiya, event by Gayathri and to MLLA 64 guest hosted by Lourdes Princy, event by Lisa and Susan.



2cups Butter beans (soaked & pressure cooked)
1tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Urad dal
Few curry leaves
Salt
Oil

To Grind:
1no Onion (diced)
3tbsp Coconut (grated)
1tsp Fennel seeds
2nos Red chillies
4nos Garlic cloves
1tsp Peppercorns
1tsp Cumin seeds

Grind all the ingredients given under 'to grind' as bit coarse paste without adding water.

Heat enough oil in a kadai, add the mustard seeds, urad dal and curry leaves, fry until they turn brown.

Add immediately the grounded coarse paste,salt and cook for few minutes.

Now add the cooked beans and cook everything in simmer for few minutes.

Cook until the butter beans gets well coated with the masala paste.

Serve as snacks.

26 comments:

  1. my fav.. I love butter beans.. tempting bowl

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  2. I love them to just munch anytime.. so tasty..

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  3. Wow the sundal sounds delicious, and I wish you will be in India for next Navarathiri...

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  4. luks soo well done , deat...lovely.

    latest post on "pick quicks" blog - a very pleasantly happie-me.

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  5. Super delicious and healthy sundal...

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  6. We make masala sundal in the same way but don't add onion. We too don't have the custom of making Golu, but enjoys sundal n prasadams from neighbors for all 9 days. :-)

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  7. Very healthy sundal...a must to try out for this golu season!

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  8. Tempting, healthy and yummy Sundal

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  9. Very healthy sundal. Nice flavors...

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  10. its been ages i tasted butter beans and this sundal makes me nostalgic, healthy n unique preparation :-)

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  11. I have never tried anything with butter beans. But I've heard that these beans are very nutritious. Will try this soon Priya :)

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  12. Two more days to Navarathiri and sundals are the must have prasadham. Very interesting sundal to make.

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  13. The butter beans sundal recipe sounds super..I am gonna try this too..

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  14. Yumm, protein filled sundals. I love to munch on them.

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  15. love this kind of spicy and masala sundals..your version sounds so good..inviting sundal :)

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  16. Delicious and flavorful sundal.

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  17. I miss butterbeans aks :) yumm sundal makes me drool

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  18. Wow ! Butter beans ,my favourite..!

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  19. Thanks for linking it to Gayathri's WTML Event.

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