Simba besara Bhaja | Indian broad beans fry in mustard paste

Simba besara bhaja | Indian broad beans fry in mustard paste recipe: Today’s recipe is simba besara bhaja (Odia) or Indian broad beans fry in mustard paste. This an authentic Odia recipe which is not only tasty but also required a very less oil. Simba besara bhaja is very easy to prepare and served as a side dish with pipping hot plain rice or with pakhala (pani bhat).

Cooking time : 20 minutes

cooking for : 3 to 4 person

Here is the recipe..20180111_115314-01

Ingredients

  • Simba (broad beans) : 200 grams
  • Potato : 2 medium
  • Panch phoran : ½ tsp
  • Turmeric powder : ½ tsp
  • Salt to taste
  • Mustard seeds : 2 tbsp.
  • Garlic : 7-8 cloves (medium)
  • Dry red chilli : 3 big
  • Mustard oil : 3 tbsp.

Preparation

  1. First soak the mustard seeds in water.
  2. Wash and cut the beans from middle. Peel the potato and cut it in length wise.
  3. Heat oil in a pan, add panch phoran in it.
  4. When it start to splutter add beans and potato in it followed by turmeric powder and salt.
  5. Mix all the ingredients, cover it and cook them in low flame.
  6. In the meanwhile make a fine paste of mustard seed, garlic and red chili with the help of little water.
  7. When potatoes are 80% done add the masala mixture in it.
  8. Mix them all and fry on low flame till the potatoes are completely done.
  9. Add 1 tsp of mustard oil over it and mix them all and fry for another 2 minutes on medium flame.
  10. Switch of the flame and serve hot with rice.

Note

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