Karamani kootu recipes

Pongal special  Kootu kai curry / mochakai curry

Pongal special Kootu kai curry / mochakai curry

(I used peas, Mochai/ Indian lima beans, Karamani / black eye beans, Chana / Garbanzos, Thuvarai / red gram) Grind all the grinding ingredients into fine paste & keep it aside
Sides for Rice Recipes

Sides for Rice Recipes

Karamani Usili. Vendhaya Keerai Kootu. Chow Chow kootu. If you go for hot 'Kara Kulambu' or tangier 'Puli Kulambu' then vegetables cooked with lentils would be the best option, like kootu or poriyal
Pavakkai pitlai/Bitter Gourd Pitlai

Pavakkai pitlai/Bitter Gourd Pitlai

3) Instead of Black channa you can also add fresh green peas, peanuts, Black eyed peas (karamani). 5) I prepare this Curry powder in bulk and store in airtight container and it comes handy when I prepare pitlai, podi curry's, kootu, sambar etc
SouthIndian Lunch Option 1

SouthIndian Lunch Option 1

Karamani Poriyal. Elavan Kadalaparuppu Kootu. Amma had invited her friend with family today for lunch. Since they love SouthIndian food, Amma made it a point to make it as festive as possible with the traditional SouthIndian spread
Chettinad Thattapayaru Kulambu

Chettinad Thattapayaru Kulambu

Thattapayaru is known as cow peas in English and is also known as karamani. Kootu. Now add the cooked karamani and let it boil for about 5-8 minutes. Add the ground coconut to the karamani kuzhambu and let it boil for another 5-8 minutes in low flame

Black-Eyed Peas and Potato Stew | Lobia and Aloo Subzi – (Vegan and Gluten Free)

Ingredients to make Black-eyed Peas and Potato Stew / Subzi – (serves 4 to 6)Black-eyed peas / Lobia / Karamani – 1 cupPotato – 2 medium (peeled and chopped into 1 inch pieces)Onion – 1 large (finely chopped)Tomato – 1 cup (finely chopped)Green chilies – 2Ginger – 1 inch piece (grated)Cumin seeds – 1 tspTurmeric powder – 1/2 tspRed chili powder – 1 1/2 tsp (adjust based on your spice level)Coriander powder – 1 tspGaram masala – 1/2 tspDry fenugreek leaves / Kasuri mathi – 2 tspCilantro – for garnishingSalt – to tasteCoconut oil – 2 tbsp. More from my site6 Fabulous Black Eyed Peas Recipes for New YearBaingan Bharta | Roasted Eggplant SubziKaramani Subzi without Onion, Garlic and Tomatoes – Lobia Subzi – No Onion, No Garlic, No Tomatoes RecipeDali Thoy | Konkani Style Dal | Vegan Spiced LentilShahi Aloo Matar – No Onion, No Garlic Shahi Aloo Mutter – Potatoes and Peas in Rich Tomato GravyKadai Vegetable Gravy – Restaurant Sytle Kadai VegetableAmritsari Aloo Subzi – Potatoes In Tomato GravyChow-chow Carrot Kootu (Chayote Squash and Carrot simmered in coconut based stew)

Long beans Poriyal

Now the recipe for karamani poriyal is as below, you can follow the same to prepare poriyal using any bland vegetables and for preparing kootu with such veggies you may refer the recipe here
Chow-Chow Karamani Kootu

Chow-Chow Karamani Kootu

Chayote, the most hated vegetable in our home, yet the most loved kootu. Add this to the kootu and mix well
Chayote Gravy with lentils   ( Chow chow kootu )

Chayote Gravy with lentils ( Chow chow kootu )

Adding karamani is purely optional, I used it as I had already soaked some previous night for sundal, so just added a bit by pressure cooking along with rice previously
Erissery

Erissery

It can be prepared with one or more vegetables like Pumpkin, Jackfruit, Green Banana, Yam and Cow Gram (Karamani also known as "Thatta Payaru or Ven Payaru")

Thatta Payir( Karamani) Kara Kulambu / Black Eyed Peas Gravy

This dish goes well with appalam or papad or kootu or creamy spinach. This tastes divine and they are made with karamani or thatta payir or black - eyed peas in a tamarind gravy, which is a tasty rendition of tamil culture and village