March 6, 2013

Beans-Carrot Thoran / Beans-Carrot Poriyal / Beans-Carrot Stir Fry

              One vegetable side my family prefers for rice on weekends is this. This is a very tasty combo. i am sure many love this for their cup of steamed rice and curry.




Ingredients:

Beans - 1 cup (finely chopped)
Carrot - 2/3 cup (finely chopped)
Moong dhal - 1/8 cup
Coconut - 1/8 cup + 1/8 cup (grated)
Red chilli - 2 no's
Curry leaves - 5 to 10 leaves
Mustard seeds - 1 teaspoon
Urad dal - 1teaspoon
Bengal gram - 1 teaspoon
Oil - 1 tablespoon
Salt - as needed

Method:

  • Pressure cook beans,carrot and moong dal with just water upto the vegetable level and required salt (just 1 whistle).strain the water and keep aside




  • Heat oil, add mustard(let it splatter),urad dal,Bengal gram,Red chilli and curry leaves. add 1/8 coconut(fry to golden brown colour).


  • Add boiled vegetables and saute to dry the remaining water. add remaining coconut and mix well.


  • Beans-Carrot poriyal is ready to side your rice.






Also happy to link this to Cooking with Green event by Savorindian
http://savorindian.blogspot.com/2013/12/event-announcement-cooking-with-green.html

32 comments:

  1. Simple and yummy thoran. love it for lunch

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  2. please pass on that steel plate... i feel like going home from office now... hehe... yummy thoran...

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  3. Colorful, simple and super delectable sides..Well made, I love it with sambar :)

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    1. Thanks divya - ah i know how happy you are with your blog - a year is not a simple thing. congrats again

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  4. This looks so good Divya. It's one of our fav sides for rice :)

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  5. beautiful click.. love this simple poriyal with sambar rice..

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  6. Healthy and simple dish.. perfect for chapathi and hot steamed rice.. :)

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  7. colorful and healthy dish. do visit me too.

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  8. Love this beautiful thoran,one of my favourite combo too.

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  9. Love this thoran, I make more often.

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  10. Thank you swathi - this goes well with any curry right?

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  11. My Mom makes this almost every week and it pairs well with Sambar. Slurpp.

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    1. Yea da - nothing goes well than this with sambar. i love that combo too :)

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  12. Ah my hubby's favorite, lovely clicks

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  13. delicious and healthy thoran..

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  14. Simple, comforting and healthy dish

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  15. Nice clicks.. Yummy and comforting stir-fry.. Loved it Divya :-)

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