Friday, 6 October 2017

Black beans Spicy Daal/Kaali chawli sarupkari

This is a variety of bean popular in Udupi district.When cooked it gives a blackish colour and also little thick texture to the dish.Locally it is known as Kaali chawli(Konkani) which means black beans.The beans resemble urad/black gram but are slightly bigger in size.So far i have posted sarupkari's of horsegram,green gram,rajma and here is one more addition to the list which is simple to prepare and tasty too!!.This particular sarupkari is made adding jackfruit seeds which definitely enhances the taste.

Black chawli
(black beans)              1/2 cup
Jackfruit seeds             8-10

For tempering:
Garlic flakes                  6-8
Red chillies                    3-4
Oil                                     1tbsp
Other ingredients:
Water                             for pressure cooking(about 2-2.5cups)
salt                                  to taste


  • Soak the beans for 8-10 hours
  • Crush the jackfruit seeds and remove the thin peel
  • Rinse the soaked beans well as it may have sand or mud particles and transfer into a pressure cooker along with the crushed jackfruit seeds.
  • Add about 2-2.5 cups of water and bring it to a boil adding the weight(whistle) to the cooker
  • When the first whistle is about to start turn the flame to sim and cook for 20 minutes(dont count the blowing whistles)
  • After 20 minutes switch off the flame.
  • When the pressure is completely gone transfer the contents into a soup pot(beans should be soft)
  • Add salt to taste and bring to boil.
  • Add water if it is too thick and continue boiling.
  • Crush the garlic flakes and break chillies into 2-3 pieces.
  • Meanwhile prepare the seasoning by heating up oil in a small pan.
  • Add the crushed garlic and roast on medium flame till light golden and now add the broken chillies and roast further til both turn golden
  • Pour this over the boiling beans.
  • Boil another 1-2 minutes
  • Tastes good  with white or brown rice.
Jackfruit seeds are optional as they are seasonal and not available everywhere.
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