Paasi Parupu Beans Poriyal Recipe (Moong Dal & French Beans Stir Fry)
Healthy stir fry recipe with dal and beans
Poriyal is essentially a part of the Tamil Nadu meals. It is a stir fry prepared using various vegetables with or without coconut in it. Paasi Parupu Beans Poriyal Recipe (Moong Dal & French Beans Stir Fry) is a simple yet delectable poriyal recipe. French beans have the highest amount of fibre, also enough protein to take care of your daily requirements. So does moong dal, making it a suitable protein enriched food for the vegetarians. Serve the Paasi Parupu Beans Poriyal Recipe (Moong Dal & French Beans Stir Fry) along with Steamed Rice, Sambar, Rasam, Kelyachi Bhaji Recipe (Raw Banana Stir Fry) and Curd to make it a South Indian weekend brunch at home.
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- 500 grams Green beans , chopped finely
- 1/2 cup Yellow Moong Dal (Split) , soaked in water for 20 minutes
- 1 Green Chilli , finely chopped
- 2-1/2 tablespoons Fresh coconut , grated
- 1 teaspoon Mustard seeds
- 2 Dry red chillies
- 1 sprig Curry leaves
- 1 pinch Asafoetida (hing) , A pinch of asafoetida
- 2 teaspoons Cooking oil
- Salt , to taste
Directions for Paasi Parupu Beans Poriyal Recipe (Moong Dal & French Beans Stir Fry)
To begin making Paasi Parupu Beans Poriyal Recipe, we first start with washing and soaking the split moong dal for 15 minutes.
Also, clean the french beans, finely chop and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan on medium flame, add mustard seeds, red chilli and let it crackle.
Add the asafoetida, green chillies, curry leaves and let it splutter.
Now, drain the soaked split moong dal from water and add it to the pan.
Mix well and let it cook with the lid closed for 5 minutes, until the mong dal is cooked well yet holding its shape.
Now, add the beans, season with salt and stir well.
Cook the poriyal with the lid closed until the beans are cooked till crunchy. This will take around 10 minutes.
Add the grated coconut, mix well and switch off the flame.
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