Wednesday, October 17, 2012

KARAMANI VELLA SUNDAL RECIPE| SWEET SUNDAL| NAVARATRI RECIPES

Karamani | Black eyed beans is the which we normally use to make sweet sundal along with jaggery. When we were kids , i never tasted this one just for the reason that it has jaggery in that. Even it will very much disappointing for me if somebody gives vella sundal , when we visit their house for Golu.  Now a days everything has changed  and i love this vella sundal and most of the sweets with jaggery also. Making this karamani vella sundal is so simple and i learnt this from my mom.
Vella Sundal 1
INGREDIENTS:
KARAMANI | BLACKEYED BEANS 1/2 CUP
JAGGERY 3-4 TBLSP
WATER 1-2 TBLSP
SALT A PINCH
CARDAMOM POWDER A PINCH
Vella Sundal 3
METHOD:
  • Dry roast the karamani for 3-4 minutes in a pan (this step will ensure easy cooking of the karamani and i got this tip from Shanthi's space.
  • Soak it in enough water for 4-5 hours.
  • Pressure cook for 3-4 whistles by adding a pinch of salt to this. Do not over cook and mash the peas.
step 2
  • In a pan add jaggery and add 1-2 tblsp of water.
  • When the jaggery melts completely, strain the impurities and boil it again in a low flame for 2-3 minutes.
step 3 step 4
  • Now add in the cooked karamani after draining the excess water. Stir it well and saute till the jaggery mixture gets incorporated well with the sundal and all the moisture evaporates. Even if you find the moisture is there, do not worry after adding coconut it will come to the right consistency. Add cardamom powder in the last and mix well.
step 6 step 7
  • Karamani vella sundal is ready for Neivedhyam.
Vella Sundal 2

Note:
  1. The same sundal can be done by replacing karamani with green moong dal too.
  2. Adjust jaggery according to your taste.
  3. I have seen my mami used to temper mustard and a red chilli in 1/2 tsp of oil in the last. If you wish you can do this.
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31 comments:

  1. Mmm...delicious sundal...looks yummy

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  2. Lovely presentation Jeyashri, I've never tasted sweet sundal, shud try this out..

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  3. beautiful clicks and lovely sweet version sundal..

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  4. I did the same.. And I add coconut in pieces instead of grated one.. I loved it.
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  5. Delicious navaratri dish & loved the setting!!
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  6. wow..looks excellent. nice preparation and beautiful clicks.

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  7. Lovely clicks of sundal. Very tempting!

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  8. Looks yummy. i make the same with green gram :)

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  9. Woww.. delicious and healthy sundal.. looks absolutely inviting.. Awesome shots, as always :)
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  10. Happy Navrathi..I never tried any sweet dishes with black eye peas.This sure is a keeper recipe

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  11. Looks so yum ...even I also start to like sweet version only now ...nice clicks

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  12. nice n yummy sundal..never had this sweet sundal

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  13. I posted a savoury version of karamani today..want to try this one..looks yumm..nice click..

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  14. inviting dear..join me in fast food event - vermicilli .

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  15. Luved it. U hsve pretty bangles too :)

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  16. looks tempting & delicious...mouthwatering!

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  17. I rarely do sweet sundals, this one makes me drool.

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  18. Delicious sweet sundal, i love ur bangles too :)
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  19. Havent tasted this type of sundal...looks yummy and tempting that I feel like grabbing it :))

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  20. Never tried inippu variety.. Looks yum

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  21. why have you put the sundal in a panchapaathirai udharani ( that too a dented old one ) ?? It looks very odd and awkward ....

    I would not put anything "paththu" in the things used for pooja at all...

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    1. When you are commenting esp a negative comment, you should have guts to reveal your name. I have my own way of presenting my recipes and my readers are more happy with my recipes and the results too. Thank you:-)

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  22. i have never tasted the sweet version of sundals ever.. but this looks really nice.. I have a whole stock of karamani.. will surely try it soon:)

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  23. Delicious sundal jeyashri,i too made karamani sundal the savoury one will try this way next time....
    Well explained:)

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  24. Yummy sundal...Nice presentation..

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  25. yummy and healthy, loved the pics, makes it so tempting.

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  26. Looks so yum, jeyashri. I just posted the pasi payaru sweet sundal :-) Loved your presentation.
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