Diet receipr for indians.....Red Rajma with Soya Nuggets Recipe

February 11, 2007 2:54pm CST
When it comes to cooking for vegetarians, it is the red rajma with soya nuggets recipe that makes the top score. It makes a very nutritious dish, as it does an excellent blending of kidney beans and protein rich soya nuggets. It takes about 45 minutes to prepare this yummy dish. Talking about the nutritional value of red rajma with soya nuggets recepie, it contains about 35 calories, 0.2-gram fats and 10-gram carbohydrates. Here are the steps as to how to make the receipe of red rajma with soya nuggets… Ingredients 120 gm red rajma 4 green chilies 40 gm soya nuggets 80 gm tomato finely chopped 15 ml cooking oil 3 gm coriander seeds 10 gm ginger juliennes crushed 15 ml lemon juice 50 gm green onion Sea salt Method: Wash rajma and soak for 5 hours or overnight. In a pressure cooker, boil rajma for about half an hour, or till they become tender and water gets absorbed. Take the soya nuggets and wash them properly. Keep them aside, so that they get soaked. Take white and green onions and chop them separately. Roast green chilies and cut into half. Soak ginger julienne in lemon juice, for 1 hour. Take a pan and heat some oil in it. Add crushed coriander seeds and sauté for a minute, until it starts giving a pleasant aroma. Add chopped white onions into the pan and sauté for 3-4 minutes, or till the color turns light brown. Add soya nuggets and toss for 1 minute on moderate flame. Add tomatoes. Stir frequently. Cook for about 5-7 minutes, till they become like thick tomato sauce. Add rajma and 5-6 spoons of rajma stock if available, or add water. Bring the mixture to a boil and when it gets cooked, take it off the gas. Garnish with roasted green chilies, green onions and ginger julienne and your delicious red rajma with soya nuggets dish is ready to be served.
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@judyt00 (3504)
• Canada
11 Feb 07
You aren't going to get many responses for this kind of posteeither. TRy asking questions you would like to know the answers to, not just doing the copy/paste thing.
@deebomb (15322)
• United States
11 Feb 07
judyt00 this is so true. I went to see what red rajma is and the first thing that came up was this recipe