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Chawli Amti in Marathi Serves: 3 to 4 persons Time: 20 minutes (Excludes time for soaking chawli) I ...

Chawli Amti in Marathi

Serves: 3 to 4 persons
Time: 20 minutes (Excludes time for soaking chawli)

black eyed beans, chawli amti, chavli amti, chawlichi usal, chavlichi usal, chawlichi amti, Indian curry, vegetarian healthy recipesIngredients:
1/2 cup Chavli
1/4 cup Onion, finely chopped
1 big Tomato, pureed
2 garlic cloves, peeled
For tempering: 3 tsp Oil, 2 pinches of Mustard seeds, 1/4 tsp cumin seeds, 1 green chili, 4 curry leaves, pinch of asafoetida, 1/4 tsp Turmeric powder, 1/2 tsp red chili powder
1/2 tsp Kanda-Lasun masala
1 tsp Tamarind pulp
2 tbsp Fresh grated coconut
2 tbsp Cilantro, finely chopped + 1 tsp for garnishing
salt to taste

Method:
1) Soak Chavli beans for atleast 3 hours. Pressure cook upto 1 or 2 whistles.
2) Heat a Kadai over medium flame. Add 2 tsp oil. Add mustard seeds and wait till its crackle. Then add cumin seeds, green chili (slit), curry leaves, asafoetida, turmeric powder, red chili powder and cilantro. Saute for few seconds. Add onion and cook until translucent.
3) After onion gets cooked, add tomato puree. Cook over medium low heat for few minutes. Now, add cooked chavli beans and a cup of water. Stir and add Kanda lasun Masala, tamarind pulp, coconut and salt.
4) Adjust the consistency by adding required amount of water. Cook for few minutes over medium heat.
Once the Amti is ready, heat oil in a tadka pan (very small pan). Add whole garlic cloves, pinch of asafoetida and pour it on the Amti. Stir. Garlish with cilantro and serve the amti with White rice.

Tips:
1) Add boiled, peeled and cubed potato to this curry to make it more flavorful.
2) You can add Goda masala or any other curry masala instead of Kanda Lasun Masala.

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  1. Hi, Can u please explain how to make "Kanda Lasun Masala" as I dont have Goda masala & would love to try this... I had tried Nupur's version & loved it...urs seems different & would like to try this...Thx

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  2. Hi

    Please tell me what exactly is Kanda Lasun masala/ How do you make it ? Can you buy ready made?

    Thanks

    Sujata

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  3. Hi Aruna,
    I don't use Kanda lasun masala frequently. It has spicy and pungent flavor which I don't prefer in everyday cooking..So I bought it from Indian store..However if I get a perfect recipe of this masala.. I will surely post it..

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  4. Dear Vaidehi,

    No sugar in this? I always felt a little sweetish tinge to this aamti.... We have a neighbor back in India - Mrs. Joglekar.... Her's used to be positively sweet!

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  5. Yes, I do add jaggery or sugar in most of our curries and Dals. But sometimes, I like it without any sweet taste.

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  6. So... if you were to add jaggery to this how many tea / table spoons of grated jaggery would you add for 1/2 cup jaggery?

    Thanks,

    Aseem

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  7. Tai.... we made it yesterday... and it was amazing...

    I had some vegetarian marathi guests... and tyanna tyanchya aaya aathavlya!

    I served this mataar usal with some wonderful Italian bread...

    Thank you!

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  8. How to make kanda lasoon masala... Pls pls post Kara.. Eagerly waiting for it since almost an year...

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