Cluster Beans (Kothavarangaai) sabzi is simple yet very delicious and it goes very will with Roti/Phulka as a dry curry. The fresh garlic is giving a unique flavor and the Peanut powder is giving a unique taste to this sabzi. Try this simple recipe and i am sure you and your family will love it. 

Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe
Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe


Preparation and Yield:
Preparation time10 mins
Cooking Time30 mins
Servings4

Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe
Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe

Ingredients:
Cluster Beans / Avarakkaai250 gms
Peanuts1 tablespoon
Garlic Cloves2
Red Chilli1
Cumin Seeds1/2 teaspoon
Turmeric Powder1/4 teaspoon
SaltTo Taste
Oi1 teaspoon


Method:

  1. Wash and chop the cluster beans into 1.5 to 2 inch piece. Take the chopped cluster beans in a sauce pan and add a cup of water along with salt and turmeric powder and cook it till they are tender and soft. Adjust the water level to just cook the clusterbeans. We don't want the cluster beans to be overcooked or mashed in this process of cooking. 

  2. Heat a pan and dry roast the peanuts for a couple of minutes or till they turn golden brown color. But do not burn it. Cool the roasted peanuts and add it to the mixer along with cumin seeds, red chilli and garlic cloves

  3. Grind the ingredients in the mixer to a coarse powder. Heat oil in a pan and add the cooked cluster beans and stir-fry it for a minute. Add the ground peanut spice powder to the cooked cluster beans

  4. Give a good toss so that the spice powder nicely combined with the cooked cluster beans and the remove the pan from the flame

  5. The delicious Cluster Beans Subzi is now ready to serve with any Indian Bread
  6. Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe
    Cluster Beans Subzi Recipe | Kothavarangaai Dry Curry Recipe

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