Preparation For : 4 People
Preparation Time : 25 Minuites (Approx)
Simba ( Bean ) - 350 grm
Bilati Baigana ( Tomatoes ) - 350grm
Sorisha ( Mustard seeds ) - 4tps
Rasuna ( Galrlic ) - 6 cloves
Jeera ( Cumin Seeds ) - 1 btps
Sukhila Lanka ( Dry Chilies ) - 2pcs
Bhusanga Patra ( Curry Leaves ) - 15grm
Haladi Gunda ( Turmeric Powder ) - ½ tps
Sorisa Tela ( Mustard oil ) - 2btps
Salt to taste
To start with, chop the simba ( bean ) and tomatoes ( bilati baigana ) into small pieces .
Make a fine paste of mustard seeds ( 3 btps ), cumin seeds ( 1/2 btps ),dry chilies ( 1 pc ) and garlic.
Take a deep pan, boil one cup of water, add pieces of simba and salt to taste and boil it till it gets cooked.
Heat oil in a frying pan, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, dry chilies and curry leave.
After it starts spluttering add tomatoes and fry it.
Then add the prepared paste and turmeric powder to it. Stir it continuously for sometime.
Then add the boiled simba to the above paste and frequently stir till the simba blends well with the paste.
Add water ( 2 cup ) to it and salt to taste, stir well and cover the lid.
Cook on a lower flame for 10 minutes.
Serve it hot.