Thursday, September 29, 2016

Rajma Soya Keema/Vegan Rajma Soya Kheema/Minced Soya & Kidney Beans Curry

Rajma/Red kidney beans makes excellent dishes and my today's post is one among those fantastic dishes you can cook up easily with this nutritious beans. Soya Rajam Kheema aka Minced soya with Red kidney beans, trust me this curry makes an excellent side dish to relish with some rotis or else wrap it or simply use as stuff for making parathas. So many option to enjoy this nutritious, vegan keema. Usually i love to make kheema with soya nuggest as they are very much nutritious to enjoy without any guilt. Adding rajma to a usual soya keema makes this already delicious dish more healthy and nutritious at the same time. With all spice powders went in it, this vegan kheema makes an excellent accompaniment to relish even with some toasted bread slices.

Rajma Soya Kheema Masala, Red Kidney Beans Soya Keema

This post is going to this month's Mega Marathon am running since 4 weeks, and with 5 ingredients for 5 weeks as theme. I picked a Dry bean/Legume as main ingredient for each week. Since Red kidney bean/Rajma is the main ingredient for this week's marathon, am posting few interesting nutritious dishes from this incredible bean. Coming to this keema,its definitely an excellent meal to include in everyone's diet as this dish is completely low in fat and extremely rich in protein. Needless to say how both rajma and soya nuggets are healthy, dont forget to dish out this excellent vegetarian keema to feed anyone at home easily with these both incredible ingredients.

Minced Soya Kidney Beans Curry, Vegan Rajma Keema

2cups Cooked Red kidney beans/Rajma
1cup Minced soya granules (cooked)
2nos Onions (large & chopped finely)
1/2cup Tomato pulp or chopped tomatoes
1tsp Ginger garlic paste
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Coriander powder
Few chopped coriander leaves
1/2tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
1/2tsp Kasuri methi (crushed)
Salt
Oil

Heat enough oil in a pan, fry the crushed fennel seeds.

Add immediately the chopped onions,chopped tomatoes,chopped green chillies and ginger garlic paste,saute until the raw smell goes away.

Rajma Soya Kheema, Meatless Rajma Kheema


Add the cooked soya granules,cooked rajma,salt,red chilly powder,garam masala powder and coriander powder,cook everything in simmer until the masala turns thick..

Finally add the chopped coriander leaves,crushed kasuri methi and put off the stove.

Serve hot with rice or rotis.

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21 comments:

  1. awesome rajma keepma aks, I must try this looks super tempting :) love it

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  2. loved your bean/protein rich recipes Priya, each one is unique and totally yummy healthy recipes and this rajma keema is too tempting. Can't wait to try!

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  3. Very interesting and unique combo...You are a treasure of ideas Priya..the dish looks fantastic.

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  4. That is a nice curry. Perfect for both rotis and rice..

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  5. This protein and fiber packed side dish. Nice dish.

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  6. Two proteins coming together is a good one

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  7. Soya adds a nutritious base to the rajma curry and the spices add a great flavor to the dish.

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  8. Very interesting combination of soya kheema and rajma!! Looks so delicious and packed with flavour!!

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  9. Awesome combo. Loaded with protein completely. very nice.

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  10. Never tried making keema with rajma and soya together.Looks so nutritious and tasty.

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  11. That is one protein packed dish. Looks delicious.

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  12. This dish screams PROTEIN all over! Such a wonderful combination!

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  13. Rajma and soya look like a made in heaven combination. Must try

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  14. Ah that double damaka right..very nice use of soya here..

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  15. Awesome double proteins. Its yum Priya

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  16. Double dose of protein in this recipe. Love it.

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  17. very unusual use of soya in kidney beans..am sure goes fab with bread...

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  18. i didnt know spices could be added to sundal...this is my kind of side dish now

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