Tried & Tasted: Rajma Curry

When Tried and Tasted event was declared this month with featured blog as Lisa’s Kitchen, I did not want to miss the opportunity of sending my entry. I have been following Lisa’s blog for a long time now and recipes that she features are the ones that are close to my heart. First of all she publishes only vegetarian recipes, second they are healthy and then her choice of pre-dominantly Indian flavor is few things I can relate to totally. Her choice of lentils, pulses, spices in her creations are something that I can use in my everyday cooking. Being hard pressed for time, I am always on the look out for such recipes.

There are so many things that I have learnt from her style of cooking. There are lots of recipes that I have bookmarked from her site. I wanted to blog more than one for this occasion, but due to lack of time and hectic work schedule was able to get at least one of them on time J

We love Rajma (Kidney Bean curry) at home. So when I saw this recipe on Lisa’s blog, I could not contain myself and had to try it out. I pretty much followed Lisa’s recipe except for 2 changes. I did not have tomato paste, so I used fresh tomato puree and also not being very fond of paneer, I used less paneer in this recipe. Thanks for the wonderful recipe Lisa.

This is my contribution to the event Tried and Tasted: Lisa’s kitchen guest hosted by Aparna of My Diverse Kitchen this month. This event was started by Zlamushka of Zlamushka’s Spicy Kitchen.

 

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27 comments

  1. Lisa says:

    And thanks to you for continuing to read my blog. I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe. One of my favorites for sure.

  2. RedChillies says:

    Madhu thanks. I love Rajma and Lisa had a killer recipe for this.

    Lisa, you are welcome. I will continue to do that. Thanks for sharing all those delicious recipes.

    Asha, cannot wait to see your choice and the recipes. She does indeed have great collection.

    Mahimaa thanks. Loved the variation of this Rajma recipe, little different from the usual.

    A&N thanks. In fact, it was a long time since I made Rajma as well. Lisa’s post reminded me of that.

  3. redchillies says:

    Maya thanks. Long time so see. Where have you been?

    Sharmilee thanks. I too loved this variation from Lisa’s blog and had to try it.

    Superchef thanks. The Rajma was indeed delicious. Brought back old memories.

    Parita thanks. I have to thank Lisa for this wonderful keeper recipe.

    Deesha thanks. The idea of adding grated paneer is what stuck to me. But I was kanjoos while adding it :-)

  4. redchillies says:

    HC thanks. You have to try it to believe it. It is that good.

    Ashwini thanks. Got to thank Lisa again for this.

    Soma thanks. She has quite a bit of collection right? All mouth watering and delicious.

    ISG thanks. Very cool recipe from Lisa that is a keeper.

    Cham, Mala thanks. This is a great twist on the usual Rajma.

  5. veena says:

    Hi
    First time to ur blog …Very beautiful and lovely blog u have ..Rajma curry looks very delicious…
    keep in touch
    love
    veena

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