Vanpayar Oolarthiyathu

Red Beans With Spices and Coconut 


Ingredients:-
Vanpayar/Red Beans  - 1 cup
Onion/Shallots finely chopped - 1/4 cup
Crushed garlic - 2 tsp
Crushed pepper - 1/2 tsp
Chili flakes - 1/2 tsp
Coconut cuts - 1/4 cup
Curry leaves
Mustard seeds
Salt 
Oil

Method:-
Soak the Vanpayar /Red beans overnight, drain and cook it with 1 cup of water till it is done(not mushy)
Heat Oil in a pan and add mustard seeds.When they pop up add chopped onion and saute till they are soft- 3-4 minutes.
Add coconut cuts and fry till they are brown.Add curry leaves,garlic and pepper and toss it well for 2 minutes.Add chili flakes , mix well .
Add the cooked Red beans with cooking liquid if there is any , salt to taste and stir gently so that it wont get mashed.
Let it dry on a  low flame and Remove from fire and Serve warm .

    Goes excellent with Kanji and Pickle.
    Cheers!!!!!

    72 comments:

    Deepti said...

    Thats a quick recipe n luks nice...gr8 side dish.

    Priti said...

    Never tried this method...looks delicoius and lovely click

    Kairali sisters said...

    Sarah Perfect timing dear. njagal ennu ethu undaknam ennu vachirikayrunu, eve ellarumm koodumpol..Vah revah..ethu thanne undakki kalayama enthayalum...

    Beautiful click as always

    Love
    Kairali sisters

    RAKS KITCHEN said...

    I love this bean a lot,recipe sounds good!

    Angie's Recipes said...

    I like red beans...but never had them this way. Would love to try them!

    Nostalgia said...

    Kanji in that chatti reminds me of the one served at church during good friday.. Awesome vanpayar too...

    Az said...

    Spicy.. Yum...

    Lyndsey said...

    This sounds really good!

    Biren said...

    This is certainly a new way of preparing red beans for me but it looks wonderful! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Nitha said...

    Kanji yum payarum :) :) adipoli aayittunde...

    Gita Jaishankar said...

    Simple yet such a delicious looking curry dear..love the way you have presented this...looks so tempting :)

    Hari Chandana said...

    woww.. healthy and delicious.. looks perfect dear... as usual awesome clicks.. :)

    PranisKitchen said...

    looks delicious and liked the presenatation.Vanpayar and kani superb combination.the kanji pot looks good

    Uma said...

    easy and protein rich colourful curry!

    Pari said...

    Wow, the kanji with pickle looks so good and a new way to make the red beans.

    shriya said...

    wow!!! Looks soo perfect and very nice presentation. Nice clicks.

    Parita said...

    Gorgeous presentation! Looks very inviting :)

    reanaclaire said...

    Looks good... something new I havent tried before.

    greetings from reanaclaire.com

    Suja Sugathan said...

    Looks very inviting..nice combo dear..nadan ruchi adipoli.

    Mrs.Menagasathia said...

    looks super!!

    Madhuri said...

    Looks delicious and in what rice u made that ganji?

    Nandini said...

    What a lovely combo! I like red beans! The vanpayar must be spicy and hot with the soft fluffy rice! Lovely!

    Viki's Kitchen said...

    Ularthu with red beans looks very delicious Sarah. Now only I am trying to learn the Kerala recipes and yours come handy.

    Vrinda said...

    Lov all kinds of payar..this is my fav too with kanji...yummy pic

    TREAT AND TRICK said...

    Great presentation, looks so yummy and healthy too...

    Lazaro Cooks! said...

    Great dish. Big bold flavors. Love the use of coconut.

    Cheers!

    Sushma Mallya said...

    what a beautiful click, and very lovely dish too...

    Priya said...

    Wat a nutritious and tempting dish...looks super delicious Sarah.

    Nisha said...

    Kandittu satyam kothiavannu :)

    panchpakwan said...

    Looks simply delicious and healthy.

    Yummy Team said...

    Aaha kanjiyum, acharum, vanpayar ularthum superb aayitundu..Fabulous click!

    Swathi said...

    Sarah,

    Kanjium payrum acharum kantidu kothiyavunu. Kallam kure aayi engine kayichitu

    Malar Gandhi said...

    Sounds very healthy and delicious.

    Krishnaveni said...

    delicious and presented very well

    Nithu Bala said...

    Definitely a delicious dish..you clicked it so cute..

    Sayantani said...

    love this kind of spicy dry dishes. truly a great accompaniment for kanji and pickle. Delicious

    munchcrunchandsuch said...

    love the pic and the combo..droolzzz

    Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

    Looks great...and wonderful pic..

    Rachana Kothari said...

    This sounds very delicious! Beautiful Click!

    Gulmohar said...

    adipoli combo..thengakothu ittekkunnathu enikku othiri ishtayi :-)

    Hamaree Rasoi said...

    Dear Sarah
    Loved the healthy and tasty preparation. Very well presented.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

    3 hungry tummies said...

    welcome back!
    This looks like a very healthy and delicious dish!

    Aps said...

    We call it sukkha...but the only thing v dont add is pepper...luks so so nice

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    Babli said...

    Very nice and interesting recipe. Looks delicious and tempting. Wonderful presentation.

    BeenaShylesh said...

    kanjiyum payarum..nalla combination.....nalla choododa oru set enjottu poratta....

    SathyaSridhar said...

    Very good healthy n delicious recipe dear,,my hubby like the red beans very much.

    Jaisy James said...

    wow kanji payar my favourite oru pappadom kude undenkil adipoli

    Gouri Guha said...

    This looks great...easy to cook, healthy and delicious...

    Fathima said...

    My hands feel like grabbing that bowl of Kanji and payar... kidilam! nice clicks too...

    Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

    great looking dish...

    Simply Life said...

    OH what a great use of lentils!

    Dershana said...

    innale undakkiyathe ullu :-) love this with pulisseri, pappadam and matta rice.

    malayali thanne, 1/2 aanennu matram ;-)

    meeso said...

    I don't have red beans but I'd make this with another bean, looks good!

    Jagruti said...

    New way to make red beans! got to try your version...looks tempting..

    Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

    nice presentation and lovely dish!

    Padhu said...

    Simple and tasty curry!!

    priya said...

    hi dear,

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    Aparna said...

    adipoli aayitundu..kanjuyum payarum. nice click too..

    M D said...

    welcome back! this looks fabulous. i love kanji a lot, but think the rice takes real long to cook, so refrain from cooking it. lovely pic too.

    Erica said...

    Your pictures are amazing, Sarah!!!This sounds and looks wonderful as usual.I love all your recipes.

    Anu said...

    Simple and yummy...

    GayathriRaj said...

    Hey thats a nutritious and healthy dish dear....and the background Kanji and pickle was also great....gave extra attraction....

    ♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

    WOW, this looks soooooo tempting dear!!! I want some too...;)

    vineetha said...

    Adukalla active ayi thudangiyo? vanpayar enikum ishta..but njan valapozhume undakarullu.looks adipoli.

    Coconut Recipes said...

    That looks amazing! I should try this the next time we make beans. :)

    -Sarah.j.s.

    lissie said...

    this is my favorite...great combo! looks so tempting!

    Shabs.. said...

    Oh what a beautiful dish.....BTW, what this vanpayar called in english?....dry aano atgo frsh ones?....looks like rajma beans....?!!....pinney i too have that manchatty that there behind ur pic.....i know where u got that from...hehe....

    Shabs.. said...

    ok i get it, it is dry, but tell me if its same as rajma.

    Unni & Anu said...

    Oh my my.....I just love the vanpayar in any form, but this one...its out of the world.....the snaps are also awesome which make me want to prepare/eat it immediately... so i usually do not look at the laptop when my wife opens your website.....
    bcoz then i will want to prepare something and then by the time i finish cooking me and my wife would have an argument over why she cannot try new recipes or cook like you :-)
    btw, your beef olarthiyathu is something that i prepare every now and then and also I get the compliments when the guests are there!!

    Unni & Anu said...

    Sarah or Shabs...... where did you buy that manchatti? I have been searching all round to buy a couple of them..Thanks in advance!!

    Sarah Naveen said...

    @ Unni and Anu..
    Thanks a lot for writing to me guys!!
    so happy to hear that u like vazhayila and the recipes here, u guys made my day!! thanks a bunch..
    about the chatti..its a flower pot kin of thing that i got from a craft store ;).. i don't cook or serve in it to be honest and N made me throw away the kanji in it after i took the pic too...but i have seen in magazines serving in the same chatti ;)..
    About Beef ..thats a family recipe from my mom's side in kuttanad and glad to hear u are making it :)

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