Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi


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The benefits of fibre-rich cluster beans are enhanced by the introduction of flavour-imparting garlic, which also keeps a check on blood sugar and cholesterol levels.

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Serves 4.
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Ingredients

Method
  1. Heat the oil in a pressure cooker and add the cumin seeds.
  2. When the seeds crackle, add the ginger-green chilli paste and garlic and sauté for a few seconds.
  3. Add the onions and sauté till they turn translucent.
  4. Add the cluster beans and 3 to 4 tablespoon of water and pressure cook for 1 whistle. Cool completely.
  5. Open the lid of the pressure cooker and add the turmeric powder, coriander-cumin seed powder, chilli powder and salt and cook for the another 3 to 4 minutes or till all the water evaporates.
  6. Serve hot.
Nutrient values per serving
EnergyFolic acidSodiumCarbohydratesFatFibreProtein
39 cal.73.0 mcg.0.7 mg.7.2 gm.2.7 gm.1.7 gm.1.8 gm.
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3 reviews received for Gavarfali ki Sukhi Subzi
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Sia MehtaOctober 15, 2010

Pressure cooked subzis are always healthy and quick to cook like this one. gavarfali is cooked with onions and garlic that very disticntly overshadows gavarfalis peculiar taste (which is not liked by everyone). onions also impart slight sweet taste to the recipe which i feel further enhances the flavour of the subzi. Once i added 1/2 cup curds mixed with 1 tsp of besan and it turned out good...i felt proud of my innovation as everyone loved the subzi!

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dollydotApril 11, 2014

I tried cooking gavar with ajwain tadka and jeera. Turned out great.

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Reviewed October 15, 2010by Sia Mehta

Pressure cooked subzis are always healthy and quick to cook like this one. gavarfali is cooked with onions and garlic that very disticntly overshadows gavarfalis peculiar taste (which is not liked by everyone). onions also impart slight sweet taste to the recipe which i feel further enhances the flavour of the subzi. Once i added 1/2 cup curds mixed with 1 tsp of besan and it turned out good...i felt proud of my innovation as everyone loved the subzi!

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Reviewed April 11, 2014by dollydot

I tried cooking gavar with ajwain tadka and jeera. Turned out great.

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