Mocha Kottai(Field Beans) Kuzhambu Recipe | மொச்ச கொட்டை குழம்பு-கிராமத்து சமையல்

Mochakottai Kuzhambu
This is also one of my mom's fav kuzhambu recipe.she used to add drum stick and potatoes in mocha kottai kuzhambu,we all love it.Today am sharing her recipe to you all.Do try this tasty and yummy version.




Ingredients:

1 cup mocha kottai/field bean

3-4 Baby Brinjal
10-15 small onion
2 Tomatoes 

1 garlic pods
1/2 cup thick tamarind extract + 1 1/2 cup water
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
1/2 tsp methi seeds
1 spring curry leaves

2 tbsp sesame oil
1 pinch hing
2 tsp chilly powder
2 tbsp coriander powder
1/3 tsp turmeric powder
salt as needed


Method:

Mochakottai Kuzhambu
If you are using fresh bean just continue with the method,else If you are using dry beans then soak the bean overnight and pressure cook it with enough water and add 1 tsp of salt for 3 whistles or til the bean become soft.
Mochakottai Kuzhambu
Chop the small onion and tomatoes.Mince the garlic and slice the baby brinjal and keep it ready.Heat the oil in a kadai and temper the mustard seed,urad dal,methi seeds and hing.Once the seeds splutter add the chopped onions,tomatoes,garlic and curry leaves.Fry them till the onion becomes soft.
Mochakottai Kuzhambu
Add brinjal and fry it for a while,then add the bean and salt.we have added salt for beans while cooking. so add salt only for the gravy.Add the tamarind extract,water,turmeric powder,coriander powder and chilly powder.
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Let the kuzhambu to boil till the raw smell goes.Cook till the brinjal becomes tender.once the kuzhambu become thick and the bean aroma comes, turn off the stove.
Mochakottai Kuzhambu

Serve it with steamed rice.

Have Nice Day!!!


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  1. One of my fav ....though I never tasted this version am sure it must be yum ...that platter looks so yum

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  2. Even its my favourite too, i can survive for many days with this fingerlicking kuzhambu.

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  3. This is my favourite kulambu .Looks inviting

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  4. My fav ever Prema.. Lip smacking delicious..my mom also adds plantain pieces in addition to the vegg mentioned.. Inviting pics

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  5. Wow Prema yummy kuzhambu.Last pic is superb.

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  6. ம்ம் நாவூறுது,கடைசிபடத்தை பார்க்கும் போது....

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  7. Nice and different combo...

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  8. Finger licking kulambhu looks so tempting and we do make the same way,my favorite.

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  9. Flavourful curry...love it with hot rice

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  10. That last pic is soooo tempting...

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  11. wow mouthwatering kuzhambu.... superb pictures...

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    Regards,
    Akila

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  12. wow this is very tempting prema. Nicely explained

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  13. Very traditional one, even we make it the same way, looks very tempting..

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  14. looks perfect and tempting prema :)

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  15. WOW very nice recipe and looks very yumyyyyy!!!

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  16. My all time fav combo Prema... way too tempting.. wish I have this for lunch today.

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  17. That is so good. Nicely done !! Awesome click too.

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  18. Super healthy and colorful side dish.

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  19. Looks delicious!!!! Hot parathas and this would be heavenly

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  20. tasty kuzhambu.. looks beautiful...

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  21. Nice clicks and a yummy kuzhambu! :P

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  22. My favorite, awesome combo with brinjal,perfect ...

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  23. This has been my fav. My grand mothrer used to make this. The curry was really yummy, did not share with any one at home. It was so good i kept it for myself.
    Now i have the recipe i can makeit. thanks for the well explained pictures.

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  24. This has been my fav. My grand mothrer used to make this. The curry was really yummy, did not share with any one at home. It was so good i kept it for myself.
    Now i have the recipe i can makeit. thanks for the well explained pictures.

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  25. Looks delicious and lovely clicks Prema!!

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  26. wow...this looks soooo...tasty!!!Love these beans :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  27. this has been in my list to try for some time now. love your kozhambu..

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  28. Love your version of the kozambu, we call it badanekayi(brinjal) - avarekalu (beans) huli and make it a little differently. Something about that combination makes the end product very yummy :-)

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  29. Love your version of the kuzumbu, I make it slightly differently. Something about the combination of brinjal and beans makes the end product really delicious :-)

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  30. This looks fabulous! Love the pics too!

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  31. awesome prep, looks just perfectly yummy!!

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  32. mouthwatering n delicious curry ..

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  33. slurp ! loved the last click especially !

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  34. excellent presentation... so tempting.. happy to follow u dear...visit http://www.ezcookbook.net/ at leisure..

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  35. simply lip smacking pot of gravy to to eaten with just plain steamed rice...

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  36. Love the new and refreshing look of your blog....field beans kuzhambu looks yum....

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  37. Very nice pictures and looks very yummy

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  38. I was wondering where you had disappeared, lovely mochai kuzhambu, I was planning to make it today, I haven't combined with brinjal and poondu, will try it out today, lovely clicks as always looks so yummy...

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    1. Thanks Jayasri,Since am not well couldn't blog and will be back soon:)

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  39. Slurp.. Fingerlicking dish... Very very glad to follow u...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  40. Very yum. I added drumstick as well. Turned out well. Thanks for sharing!

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