Thursday, October 9, 2008


This is my second entry as same as in my previous Chenna sundal recipe. I used coriander leaves instead of mint leaves. Thats it. It also sounds good in taste. We all like this sundal.

I dono the exact English name or the name i given Rajma of the cereal i used is correct or not. In Tamil we call it as Karamani.

Black eyed peas / karamani 2 cups
Grated Coconut ½ cup
Green chilli 2
coriander leaves ½ bunch
Ginger ½ inch
Salt to taste
Oil and mustard for seasoning

Soak Black eyed peas /karamani over night or abt 8hrs minimum.
Pressure cook and keep aside.

Grind coriander leaves, ginger, green chilli and coconut.

In a pan pop up mustard seeds and add seasoning dals.
Saute for some time add little water and add Black eyed peas /karamani.

Allow to boil for few mts till aroma spreads around.


anudivya said...

Trust me, I am pretty new to the blogging world as well, two months since I have been actively blogging. I am absoolutely "no expert" in anything :)
You have a nice blog as I said. I hope I can visit it more regularly and drool over all your wonderful recipes.

Uma said...

wow, the sundal looks so delicious and healthy. Nice recipe.

Thanks for visiting my site. Your have a wonderful blog with so many yummy recipes.

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Nice to see your blog. i like your recipe collection.

Adlak's tiny world said...

Thanks anu,uma and mahima for yr commnts and appreciation. Yet to learn more in blogging. will try to give u as diffrnt as i can.

Vibaas said...

Hema, karamani is black eyed peas. Rajma is the red kidney beans..My mom taught me sundal like your previous recipe.

Adlak's tiny world said...

oh thanks for yr clarification vidya. u can view now the changed version in my post.

srividhya said...

My mom prepares sundal this way...Becoming expert nowadays..Keep up the good work.

Adlak's tiny world said...

thnaks srividhya. with all yr wishes always.

Anupama said...

good work.Did u shoot the pixs of those eve. snacks? Looks appetising.