Thursday, 23 August 2007

Puri and Rajma


I have not made puri for atleast two years.
Apparently last week there was a puri making week in the blog world, which I totally missed ( as a new blogger i am just getting used to all these events).
And every time i visited a blog there it was PURI you coudn't miss it. And watching all these puris, mostly with potato curry i decided even though the week have passed i would make it today for lunch.
You know i've been drooling in all the blogs ............
Years back well to be specific the firsr year of beeing married i tried to make puri and it never ended up like a balloon so each time i was disapionted. So one day i was telling me my sister that my puri's are alwasy a disaster. So she told me how she makes it and i did and it came out perfect.
So you know when you make puris you are handeling hot oil in the kitchen.

I was trying out my sisters way of making puri and i saw the miracle happening infront of my eye, the puri was becoming like a balloon and i shouted from the kitchen, Hans come fast ( he thinking there was a disaster came fast to the kitchen)

And what he saw was me standing with a big smile saying it is comming like a balloon. And is remark was you gave me a shock, i thought you spîlled oil all over. MEN !!!!!!!

I made puri from Mahanadi ( a idea which i got from Budding Cook)




Ready to make Rajma.

Few of the things


Busy


It is done

Rajma 250gm
Salt 1 tsp
Cummin seeds 1 tsp
2 Onions fineley chopped
Ginger garlic paste 3 tbsp
Curd 1 tbsp
2 tomato chopped
1 tbsp tomato puree
Fenufreek leaves 1 tbsp
Turmeric Powder 1 tsp
Red chillie powder 2 tbsp
Corriander powder 2 to 3 tbsp
Garam Masala powder 1 tbsp
Vegetable oil 3 tbsp
Few tbsp corriander leaves .

Cook the rajma with salt.
Heat the oil and add cummin seed. Then add the onions and the ginger garlic paste, fry them till they are brown.
Add the add all the spices except garam masala and fry them very nice. Add now the tomatoes, the puree and fenugreek leaves and fry everything till it get dark. Add the curd . Now fry everything till the oil floats.

Add now add the garam masala powder and the cooked rajma. Cook it for few minutes. Add chopped corriander and seve hot.

25 comments:

Latha Narasimhan said...

Oh! the pooris are not leaving me even after the event got over! for a change there is Rajma.Nice recipe.
Do you have belgium diamonds in your treasure? do pass some to me.
I'll just look around your blog.

Coffee said...

Better late than never! :) The puri's are a perfect balloon! :)

Cynthia said...

Hello there! Well, you do sound like a happy cook and I thoroughly understand your joy at making something and having it come out the way it is supposed to! :)

Thank you for visiting my blog and your lovely comments. I hope you'll come back and visit when you have the time.

Cynthia

bhags said...

First time here, you have a wonderful blog and recipes....Puri Rajma looks neat

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Puri is my fav...Looking perfect....nice try....Rajma curry looks YUM!...

TBC said...

You made them! Your pooris look great & your rajma curry looks delicious:-)

Jyothsna said...

Pooris are irresistable! :)

Saju said...

Weldone, lovely puris, and the rajma looks so yummy.

Suganya said...

They both look delicious. Funny that I havent tried rajma with poori.

bee said...

wow!! all your puris are like balloons. and the rajma looks perfect too.

Happy cook said...

Hey latha, sad thing is no diamond treasures
gnags and coffee thankyou.

Yeah cynthia i think if i am in a bad mood , the best way for me to get over the feeling is ti be busy making somthing in the kitchen
Thankyou sukanya, they were really yummy, my daughters p^late was clean...

Happy cook said...

Thanks TBC , i thgt a new poori maker like you can make perfect puris, i should also do it

Thankx Jyotsna and saju

Sukanya it is the first time i am trying puri with rajma as i tend to serve puri with channa

Thankx bee they were perfect isn't it :-))))

Jyothi said...

Hi! puri and rajma looks perfect combo. Never tried this combo. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

meeso said...

LOL...funny story about your husband, the food looks too good!

SteamyKitchen said...

YUM! I would love to be able to make Indian food!

Asha said...

Rajma looks delicious with Pooris.I just found your site,looks like I am the last one too here!;D

Vcuisine said...

Puri and Rajam looks great HC. Never had Rajma with puri. Viji

Happy cook said...

Thankx jyothi and Viji.
It is my first time too puri with rajma. Normally it is channa i do, but was fed up with that combo.
Thankx messo.
Steamy kitchen, u should try indian cooking it is delice, of course i would say that :-)))
Asha don't worry that is the fun, finding new blogs.

Seena said...

Happy Coook,
thanks for visiting my blog..you have a nice blog. Plan to prepare your rajma curry with puris..

marriedtoadesi.com said...

Nice.... I also learn and try so many items from the blog experts!

Rajitha said...

i think i am a tad late on posting this, but what a fun combo...

Happy cook said...

Let me know how it went seena
Not that expert.
Better late than never rajitha, actually i was fed up with the normal combo with the puris so thgt i'll try this combo

Jeena said...

Your puris look great certainly like a balloon! Rajma looks lovely too I bet it was delicious. I have never made a puri yet, maybe you can tell me your sisters tip when I have a go? Great pics too. :)

Taste of Mysore said...

Those hot baloons with tasty rajma are looking delicious.

Happy cook said...

Thanks jeena, my sisters tip is that don't make the dough too wet it shouold be very dry then the puris puf up.
Thanks Taste OF M.... well u have such a veriety of recipe i think i will steal one and make for the Karnatake series :-))))))