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Dec 03, 2018 · What is it rajma? According to my sources, rajma or kidney bean dal is a popular stew in North India. Rajma is normally cooked for hours to …Rajma or kidney bean dal - Instant Pot vegetarian dish that is so simple and satisfying. A true dump and go meal. You'll never miss the meat!.
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Ramja? Kidney bean dal?  Never heard of it?  Me either.  But that’s what I was served for supper one night by Management.  It was so good I wanted to share it with you.  

What is it rajma?

According to my sources, rajma or kidney bean dal is a popular stew in North India.  Rajma is normally cooked for hours to create a thick sauce saturated with spices.

Cool.  I didn’t even know that was gonna be supper.  I was pimping out my Weber Kettleand when I came in to clean up, the smell stopped me in my tracks.  Not only was I unaware she was cooking anything, but the smell was clearly…ethnic.  

I thought it was something Asian.  She looked at her pressure cooker and said, “Nope.  Indian.  I got it from the Forks Over Knives magazine.”  I smiled and shook my head.  She’s cooking that damn vegan stuff again.

But as I’ve said before, I’m a team player.  She likes to play on the veg team.  So I play.  I had the intention of using those Camellia red beans for red beans and rice with loads of Conecuh sausage, but nooo.  I guess I’ll settle for Forks Over Knives rajma.

Of course, I had to be the guinea pig.  She never tastes the food.  Not as she’s cooking and not after.  How she can make food that you really don’t have to add any seasoning to is beyond me. I’m always the one to taste.  So I tasted it and it was, honestly, really really good.  It’s actually, this might sound weird, but a cross between Indian food and traditional red beans and rice. 

If you’re not a big Indian food fan, you could do this.  If you like red beans and rice you’ll enjoy this too.  It has sooo much flavor and really only from good healthy veg.  You will. not. miss. the. meat.  I swear.

We’ve made this multiple times since the first.  I’m guessing we’ll keep on keepin’ on. This kidney bean dal is heavily inspired by the Forks over Knives magazine, the fall issue.  I don’t make the food out of this magazine. I don’t even look at that magazine.  She’s the one who makes the food.  She’s made a ton of things out of the various issues and not one was not totally and completely delicious.   

She did change a few things and that’s why I say highly inspired.  So here we go.  Let’s get our veg on.

If you love dal or you love sweet potatoes, I think you’ll love my red lentil sweet potato dal!

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Masoor Dal Aur Rajma Masala Recipe by Archana's Kitchen

Enjoy Masoor Dal Aur Rajma Masala Recipe along with Roti's or Steamed Rice for the weeknight dinner..
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Lentils have a distinct earthy flavour and are very commonly used throughout South Asia, the Middle East and the Mediterranean. It is a store house of proteins for the vegetarians. It is very often eaten with rice or roti's in India. Masoor Dal Aur Rajma Masala Recipe is a simple yet delicious lentil dish made using the nutritious whole masoor dal or red lentils and rajma or the red kidney beans. It is cooked in mild spices bringing out the beautiful flavour of the lentils. 

Serve Masoor Dal Aur Rajma Masala Recipe along with Roti's or Steamed Rice for the weeknight dinner.

If you like this recipe, you can also try other Rajma recipes such as

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Rajma Recipe | Rajma Masala | Rajma Chawal » Dassana's …

Two ways Rajma recipe - restaurant style & homestyle. Enjoy this kidney bean curry or rajma masala with rice for a hearty rajma chawal meal..
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This Rajma recipe is a lightly spiced, creamy and delicious Punjabi curry made with kidney beans, onions, tomatoes and spices. My Mom’s recipe for restaurant-style Punjabi Rajma Masala is a staple in our home, and after you try it I’ll bet it becomes one at yours, too. I also share a homestyle one pot rajma masala (which many of our readers had requested) that will remind you about the comforting and satisfying rajma curry (or rajma chawal) made in Punjabi homes.

Rajma (Kidney Beans)

Rajma is the Hindi word for kidney beans. However, this delicious vegetarian curry is so popular that the recipe has become synonymous with the bean. Both the beans themselves and this dish that features them are known as Rajma.

Another name for this yummy and satisfying dish is Rajma Masala, which translates to “red kidney beans in spiced gravy.” Whatever you call it, you’re sure to love these melt-in-your-mouth rajma beans and the creamy spiced gravy that accompanies them.

Restaurant Style Rajma Recipe

This rajma recipe follows the traditional (and the most common method) of making rajma curry. So long as you follow the recipe, there’s no chance anything will go wrong with this simple and delectable dish.

In this easy rajma recipe, the kidney beans are cooked first and are later added to a sauteed base of spices, onions and tomatoes. I prefer working with dried rajma beans because they are both cheaper than canned and give me the opportunity to cook and season them to my liking.

Moreover I always prefer and recommend to use fresh ingredients for a healthy living. That said, you can also make this recipe using canned beans as a time saver!

The aromatic and flavorful masala base is cooked down to a beautiful gravy consistency by adding some water, and then is finished off with some cream. Adding cream makes for a truly restaurant-style rajma that is decadent enough for company.

Rajma masala is usually a weekend affair that is perfect for a Sunday lunch at home. When I make this filling recipe I stay true to the Punjabi style and don’t bother with any other side dishes.

When you have rajma (red beans) and rice, do you really need anything else? Aside from some naan to soak up all the extra gravy, nothing!

In fact, serving beans with rice creates a full protein, which can sometimes be difficult to achieve as a vegan. So not only is rajma served with rice, tasty and inexpensive, it is also quite healthy and wholesome! So now that you know about this traditional Punjabi dish of rajma recipe, let’s get to cooking it, shall we?

Step-by-Step Guide

How to Make Rajma Recipe

My detailed step-by-step process will help you in making the best rajma recipe ever. While I have cooked the beans in a pressure cooker, they can also be easily cooked in a pan or an Instant pot. In the recipe card below, I have listed the steps of cooking the beans using all three methods.

Soak and cook beans

1. Sort dried beans and discard any misshapen or discolored beans. Rinse a couple of times, and then soak 1 cup rajma (kidney beans) in enough water to cover them. Soaking should ideally last for 8 to 9 hours, so I usually soak them the night before I cook.

2. Once the beans are well soaked, discard the soaking water. Drain and rinse the soaked beans a few times to remove any leftover grit, if any.

3. Add the rinsed and drained kidney beans to a 3 litre pressure cooker.

4. Add 3.5 to 4 cups of water and stir. Pressure cook the rajma for 18 to 20 whistles (or for about 15 to 20 minutes). The cook time of your beans will vary depending on their quality and age.

5. While the kidney beans are cooking, chop 1 large onion (¾ to 1 cup finely chopped onion), 2 large tomatoes (1 cup finely chopped tomatoes) and make the crushed ginger+garlic+green chili paste.

For the paste, you need to crush or grind 1 inch ginger, 5 to 6 small garlic cloves (or 3 to 4 medium garlic cloves), and 1 to 2 green chilies to a paste in a mortar-pestle or a small grinder.

6. When the pressure settles down on its own in the cooker, open the lid. Check if the rajma is cooked or not by eating or pressing a bean with your fingers. The cooked beans should not have a bite to them and softened.

The rajma beans should be completely cooked. If they are not cooked completely, then pressure cook again (adding some water if required) for a few more minutes.

Make masala base

7. Heat either 3 tablespoons of butter (or 2 tablespoons butter + 1 tablespoon oil), in another pot or pan or kadai. Keep the heat to low or medium-low.

8. Add ½ teaspoon cumin seeds first and let them crackle and get browned.

9. Then add the finely chopped onions.

10. Stir and begin to saute them on medium-low to medium heat.

11. Keep on stirring the onions while sauteing them. This will ensure both uniform cooking and also that they don’t get burnt. Take care not to burn the onions, as this will impart bitter tones to the rajma curry.

12. Light browning of the onions is also fine.

13. Saute the onions till they are caramelized and golden brown.

14. Lower the heat and add the crushed ginger-garlic-chilli paste.

15. Stir and saute for 5 to 10 seconds on a low heat or until the raw aroma of ginger-garlic goes away.

16. Add the finely chopped tomatoes.

17. Mix very well.

18. Saute for 2 to 3 minutes until the tomatoes become soft on a medium-low to medium heat.

19. Add all the spice powders one by one:

NOTE: If you are gluten free, be sure to source certified gluten free asafoetida, as many commercial brands process the spice with wheat.

20. Mix again very well.

21. Continue to saute the whole masala base until the fat starts leaving the sides of the masala on a medium-low heat. The onion tomato masala will thicken, become glossy and start clumping around itself.

22. Use a slotted spoon or a strainer, remove the rajma beans from their cooking liquid and add them to the masala.

23. Stir and saute for a minute.

Make Rajma Masala

24. Add 2 cups of the fresh water to the pan. If you like then you can also add the cooked rajma stock instead of fresh water.

25. Add salt as required.

26. Stir the whole rajma curry mixture.

27. On a low to medium-low heat, simmer without a lid for 10 to 12 minutes or more until the curry thickens slightly. The rajma curry should not be watery.

28. Mash a few rajma beans with the back of your spoon. This helps to thicken the rajma gravy.

29. Continue to simmer until you get a medium consistency in the curry.

30. Continue stirring at intervals when the rajma masala is simmering.

31. The Punjabi rajma masala has to thicken and the curry has to be of the right consistency, which is neither too thick nor thin.

32. Once the consistency is right, add 1 teaspoon crushed kasuri methi (dry fenugreek leaves) and 2 to 3 tablespoons light cream. (If using heavy whipping cream, then just add 1 tablespoon of it.) Mix very well and simmer for 30 seconds to 1 minute.

Adding cream is optional and you can easily skip it. Addition of cream gives some richness to the gravy making it taste restaurant style and balances the tang from the tomatoes.

33. Switch off the heat.

34. Serve your completed rajma masala with steamed basmati rice, jeera rice, saffron rice, Roti, paratha or naan. The combination of rajma and rice or rajma chawal is quite famous in North India.

You can garnish with some coriander leaves for some fresh flavor and color when serving.

About One Pot Rajma Masala

This rajma recipe is one pot and made entirely in a stovetop pressure cooker. The recipe is easy to make if you have all the ingredients. Many of these ingredients are easily available in an Indian kitchen.

Rajma Chawal is one of the regulars at any Punjabi house. On weekends, rajma chawal or Dal Makhani or Chana Masala or Punjabi Kadhi Pakora is kind of must in any Punjabi home and in my home too.

In Punjabi homes, they often make rajma chawal, where the flavorful rajma curry is served with steamed rice. (The word chawal means “rice” in Hindi.)

I am sharing here both the methods of making the delicious kidney bean curry a.k.a rajma and chawal (steamed rice) with step by step photos.

This easy one pot rajma masala is my mother-in-law’s fabulous Punjabi recipe. It is her special recipe and it is special in one more sense.

That it is a really unique, simple and easy rajma recipe – no blending or grinding of any ingredients, no sauteing and no frying.

This is a one pot rajma gravy that you can make regularly at home. The rajma masala that you eat in Punjabi homes is not spicy, thick or creamy like the rajma masala served in restaurants.

This homestyle recipe is mildly spiced and not heavy as I do not add any cream. Overall a delicious easy kidney bean curry that goes well with steamed rice.

In most Punjabi homes the kidney beans are cooked till they become soft enough to melt in the mouth. Whereas in many of the restaurants I have eaten, the beans are just about cooked or al dente.

I recommend cooking the kidney beans fully so that they become soft and easy to digest. Remember, well-cooked kidney beans are easy to digest.

Another important point which I must mention about making rajma masala is to soak the beans overnight so that they take less time to cook in the pressure cooker.

Punjabi rajma is best served with steamed rice a.k.a chawal. In fact, the combination of rajma chawal is quite popular and liked by many people.

At home, we also enjoy rajma with chapati or naan or paratha. You can also serve rajma with bread or cumin rice.

This recipe serves four and you can easily halve or double the ingredients to scale the recipe.

Step-by-Step Guide

How to make One Pot Rajma Masala Ingredients Soak Kidney Beans and Prep

1. Soak 1 cup (200 grams) kidney beans in enough water overnight or for 8 to 9 hours.

2. The next day or after 8 to 9 hours, drain the soaked water.

3. Rinse the kidney beans again in fresh clean water.

4. Drain all the water and set the beans aside.

5. Finely chop the veggies – 1 large onion (100 gms), 3 medium tomatoes (200 gms), 1 inch ginger, 7 to 8 medium sized garlic and 1 green chilli. Keep aside.

Make One Pot Kidney Bean Curry

6. In a 3 litre stovetop pressure cooker add the kidney beans together with the chopped onions, tomatoes, ginger, garlic and green chilies.

7. Now add the spices – 1 teaspoon cumin seeds, ½ teaspoon red chili powder, ½ teaspoon turmeric powder and salt as per taste.

8. Pour 2.5 cups water.

9. Stir and mix very well.

10. Add 2 tablespoons butter or oil.

11. Stir again.

12. Cover pressure cooker tightly with its lid. Pressure cook for 18 to 20 whistles or about 20 to 22 minutes on medium-high to high heat.

13. Once the pressure settles down on its own, open the lid and check the beans. The kidney beans have to be soft and cooked completely.

Taste a few beans and they should be melt in the mouth without giving you any bite or resistance while eating. If the beans are still not cooked completely, then add about ½ cup more of water and pressure cook again for 5 to 6 whistles or as needed.

14. Once the kidney beans have softened and are cooked well, then check the consistency of the gravy or curry.

You will see a thin water-like stock with the tomatoes and onions floating. So you have to continue to simmer till the gravy thickens a bit.

15. Keep the cooker on the stovetop without lid and on a medium-low to medium heat simmer the gravy.

16. When you keep the rajma gravy on the stovetop add 1 teaspoon dry mango powder (amchur).

17. Add about ¾ to 1 teaspoon of garam masala powder.

18. Mix well and simmer till the gravy consistency thickens. Mash a few kidney beans with the back of a spoon to thicken the consistency.

If while cooking the water reduces too much and the consistency becomes very thick, then add some hot water and stir to combine.

19. When the consistency of the gravy is no longer broth-like or water-like and thickened somewhat like the one shown in the photo below, then the rajma gravy is ready. If you want you can thicken the gravy more, if having with chapati or roti.

But if eating rajma masala with rice then there is no need to thicken the gravy. Lastly check the taste and add more of salt, garam masala, or dry mango powder if required. You can even garnish rajma curry with some coriander leaves.

Remember that the curry consistency is not watery but smooth. If you find that the water is too much after the beans are cooked. Then cook the gravy for some more time without any lid to evaporate the water.

Step-by-Step Guide

Make Steamed Rice (Chawal) You Will Need Instructions

I am sharing the absorption method of cooking rice. You can take the amount of rice that you plan to serve. I have here taken 1 cup heaped basmati rice (200 grams).

You could easily double or triple the ingredients to make a larger serving of the rice to go suit your servings of rajma chawal.

Note that basmati rice triples in volume once cooked. So 1 cup raw basmati rice will yield approx. 3 to 3.5 cups of cooked rice.

1. Take the rice grains in a bowl and begin to rinse the rice grains in running water. Rinse the grains with a gentle swirling of your fingers in the bowl. Rinse the rice grains till the water looks clear of any starch.

2. Soak the rice grains in ¾ to 1 cup water for 20 to 30 minutes. After keeping the kidney beans to cook in the pressure cooker, you can begin with the rinsing and soaking of rice.

3. After 20 to 30 minutes, drain all the water from the rice and keep aside.

4. For 1 cup of rice, pour 2 cups water in a heavy thick deep bottomed pan. Use the proportion of 1:2 of rice and water depending on the quantity of rice you are using.

Also use a wide deep pan so that the water does spill out while cooking. The amount of water to be added depends on the quality and quantity of rice.

Some varieties of basmati rice gets cooked quickly in less water. In this case, you can add 1.75 cups of water for 1 cup of rice.

6. Add ¼ teaspoon salt or as per your taste. You can also add ½ teaspoon of oil or butter or ghee. Adding any fat like oil or butter is optional.

7. Let the water come to a boil on a medium to medium-high heat.

8. Add the rice.

9. Gently stir the rice grains with a fork. You can even gently shake the pan, so that the rice grains settle down in the pan.

10. Cover the pan with a tight-fitting lid. Do check once or twice when the rice is cooking. In case the rice grains look undercooked and the water has dried up, then add 2 to 3 tablespoons hot water. Stir gently with a fork.

11. Then lower the heat and cook the rice till all the water has been absorbed and the rice grains have cooked well. Usually, rice takes about 7 to 8 minutes for the rice grains to be tender, soft and fluffy.

The cooking time will vary with the type or variety of rice grains, quality of the pan and the intensity of the flame.

12. After the rice is cooked give a resting time of 5 minutes before you open the lid. Then open the lid and gently fluff the rice with a fork.

Serve Rajma Chawal

13. To serve rajma chawal, first spoon hot steamed rice onto a serving plate. Make a neat bed of the rice. Pour the rajma gravy on top of the rice.

Enjoy rajma chawal and don’t forget to includes side of some thinly sliced onions, lemon wedges or spice up with a simple kachumber salad or a mango pickle.

Rajma curry can also be served with roti, paratha, naan or bread. But this combination of kidney beans curry with rajma or Rajma Chawal is very popular in Western and Northern India.

Though we prefer cooking white basmati rice for our rajma chawal dinners, but feel free to serve the curry with brown rice or red rice or hand-pounded rice. You can opt to use any other variety of white rice to make rajma chawal.

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This recipe post from the archives first published, on October 2013 has been republished and updated on 3 December.

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Jun 27, 2019 · Kidney beans are very good for the health. It is a healthy option for asthma and diabetes patients. They help in boosting the immune system. They are a great source of vitamins, minerals, proteins, dietary fibre and iron. They contain …

Kidney beans are very good for the health. It is a healthy option for asthma and diabetes patients. They help in boosting the immune system. They are a great source....
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Red kidney beans are nutritious as they contain lots of proteins, vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals. It is a variety of the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) and a native of Mexico and Central America. It is used in the preparation of a variety of traditional dishes. It should we well-cooked before eaten. Kidney bean is regarded as a healthy component of a well-balanced diet.

They are available in a variety of variants, such as red kidney beans, black kidney beans, white kidney beans, spotted, mottled kidney beans, and striped kidney beans. The texture, flavour, and taste of kidney beans are great and possess potassium, magnesium, and iron content. For vegetarians it is an excellent substitute to meat. Kidney bean promotes good health and possesses numerous disease-fighting antioxidants.

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Rajma (Kidney Bean Curry) Recipe | Allrecipes

This delicious vegetarian stew is made in the pressure cooker, using dried kidney beans and a spice paste with garlic, ginger, and onion. Serve over rice or with flatbreads for a flavorful and wallet-friendly dinner..
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May 22, 2008 · This rajma dal is one of my own creation–it is a mixture of dried masoor and toor dal cooked until they are softened, to which canned, rinsed kidney beans–rajma, canned tomatoes, and frozen fenugreek greens–methi–are added. While this, the dal’s base simmers to reduce the liquid, I put together a grand ….
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Dal of the Day: Rajma Dal

This recipe is my own, and does not reflect any “authentic” tradition from any part of India, even though the ingredients, techniques and execution are quite Indian, and results in a very authentic and delicious flavor.

I started making dals at Salaam almost from the first day I worked there, not only because I love them and they are easy to make, but because I wanted there to not only be more vegetarian options available, I specifically wanted there to be many more vegan options. Our menu is not a bad one for vegetarians, or vegans, for that matter–hummus, baba ganoush, tabouli, pita bread, harira and our curried couscous salad and Ann’s Salad–greens with candied pecans, oranges and green onions dressed in a cider-vinegar vinaigrette–are all vegan and quite delicious. (In fact, the cuisines which form the basis of our menu–those of the Middle East–are quite friendly to vegan dietary needs–there are many purely plant based foods in heavy use from this part of the world.)

There are also vegetarian items which make use of cheese: our house salad with feta cheese, walnuts, mixed greens with spinach, sweet peppers, cucumbers and tomatoes with feta cheese and pomegranate vinaigrette, and spanakopita–a Greek phyllo pastry filled with feta cheese, spinach, garlic and onions–come to mind.

But no matter how many vegan or vegetarian menu items there are, I always think we can always offer more. Athens is home to lots of vegans, vegetarians and flexitarians–those folks like me who will eat more vegetable-based foods, but who do not completely eschew meat–and we all tend to like out food fresh, delicious and good for you.

Dal fits the bill on all counts: it can contain a variety of fresh, seasonal vegetables in addition to the dried beans and lentils which are its main ingredient, when made properly it is filled with flavor and it is generally low in fat (unless we are talking about dal makhani, a Punjabi dish filled with butter and cream), high in fiber, protein and vitamins and phytochemicals from the vegetables and spices. I, like many Indians, believe it has curative powers, and think it is a perfect food for those who are not feeling well, and furthermore, I find that it can cure, if not a broken heart, then heart that is seriously down in the dumps.

My dals have been rising in popularity over the past months, to the point that customers will ask for them especially. One customer, who wanted a special takeout order of vegan for six people–she was having a dinner party–that contained chickpeas, or channa, told Hilarie when she put in her order that she had brought a friend from India to eat at Salaam and he had taken one bite of one of our curries–she couldn’t remember which, but was pretty sure it was a dal–and he actually teared up, because he said that after living in the US for nine years, this was the first time he had eaten Indian food in any restaurant that tasted like home. That same week another Indian man had come in for lunch two days in a row just to eat my dal.

Salaam’s employees have become converts to the way of dal–when I come in on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings to make lunch specials and I start boiling the lentils or beans, Keri, who swears she never ate vegan food that she loved before I introduced her to dal, will dash back, drawn by the earthy aroma of the legumes and will stick her face in the steam and grin. “You’re making dal, aren’t you?” she says, excitedly. Dennis, the day cook and my partner in crime when it comes to finding good recipes to try, has appointed himself my taste tester, and will not let a serving of dal go out to a customer without his own seal of approval.

And Mark and Hilarie–our owners and arguably two of the coolest folks in Athens–have declared that they could eat dal every day for breakfast for the rest of their lives and be happy.

So, that is the tale of my “dals of the day” which sometimes are traditional recipes, and sometimes are made from a mixture of the lentils and beans in our pantry cooked with any combination of spices, vegetables and herbs I can imagine.

This rajma dal is one of my own creation–it is a mixture of dried masoor and toor dal cooked until they are softened, to which canned, rinsed kidney beans–rajma, canned tomatoes, and frozen fenugreek greens–methi–are added. While this, the dal’s base simmers to reduce the liquid, I put together a grand tarka containing a bunch of thinly sliced onions, lots of minced ginger and garlic, fresh chili peppers, lots of whole cumin and mustard seeds, and at the very last, a sprinkling of freshly ground fenugreek seeds, cooked in perfect succession in canola oil. This tarka, once the dal is cooked down to a thick, but still liquid, rich yellow puree dotted with kidney beans and tomato pieces, is tipped into the pot and stirred madly to meld all of the ingredients into a fragrant, extremely delicious whole. (At home, I like to use the garlic just thinly sliced, but at work, in deference to those who may not like to bite into a hunk of garlic, I mince it.)

At Salaam, we always serve dal over basmati rice, with sides of green chutney and cucumber raita. At home, I am perfectly happy with just basmati rice and strained yogurt with some lime pickles. Either way, this rajma dal is a hearty vegetarian meal, easily made vegan by leaving off the dairy-based accompaniments. It is a great way to introduce vegetarian meals to non-vegetarians, especially if you add some greens cooked in a tasty Indian fashion, as well as some spicy aloo gobi to the plate. These vegetable dishes not only add color, textural variety, vitamins and other nutrients to the meal, their flavors go beautifully with this dal. (I have found over the years that meat-eaters will miss meat less if they are presented with a plate of vegetarian food that is not only hearty and delicious, but which also features a variety of textures, colors and flavors. They get so into trying everything alone and in combination that they forget about the meat.)

Rajma Dal Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups masoor dal, picked over carefully for stones and debris and rinsed and drained
1/2 cup toor dal, picked over carefully for stones and debris and rinsed and drained
water as needed
1 1/2 teaspoons ground turmeric
pinch asafoetida (optional)
3 14 ounce cans dark red kidney beans, drained and rinsed thoroughly
1 14 ounce can diced tomatoes
3 cubes frozen fenugreek greens (you don’t have to thaw them) or 1/4 cup fresh fenugreek greens, or 2 tablespoons dried fenugreek greens, soaked in warm water until softened then drained with the excess water squeezed out and discarded
4 tablespoons canola oil
3 cups thinly sliced onions
1 tablespoon Aleppo pepper flakes
1 teaspoon salt
2-4 red and green Thai chilies, thinly sliced on the diagonal (optional)
8 garlic cloves, either minced or cut into very thin slices
1 tablespoon finely grated fresh ginger
1 tablespoon whole mustard seeds
1 1/2 tablespoons whole cumin seeds
1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds, finely ground
salt to taste
chopped cilantro for garnish

Put masoor and toor dals in a heavy-bottomed wide, deep Dutch oven. Cast iron is great. Add turmeric and if you are using it, asafoetida. Cover with cold water by one inch and bring to a boil over medium heat. Turn heat down to low and cook, stirring and adding water as needed to keep the lentils from sticking, until the masoor cooks down to a puree and the toor dall is tender, but still holding its shape.

Add the kideny beans, tomatoes and fenugreek greens. (They are available frozen, already portioned into cubes and in resealable bags, in most Indian markets.) Turn heat down as low as you can and cook, stirring now and then until the added liquid from the frozen greens and tomatoes is cooked away.

While the dal is cooking, start the tarka–heat the oil in a heavy-bottomed, deep skillet or frying pan. When the oil is hot, add the onions and sprinkle with salt and cook, stirring, over medium heat, until they turn a golden color. Add Aleppo pepper flakes, and f using chilies, add them here, and keep cooking until the onions are a deep golden brown and the oil has turned reddish from the pepper flakes. Add garlic and ginger, and stirring constantly, cook until the garlic takes on a yellowish tinge and all is fragrant. Add the whole spices, and cook until the onions are dark reddish brown, the garlic is golden, and the mustard seeds pop. Sprinkle in the fenugreek seeds, and stir for thirty more seconds, then pour the whole fragrant mess into the dal, and stir it in well.

Taste and add salt as needed for flavor, then serve with chopped cilantro leaves as a garnish. This makes enough for about six to eight people for a main dish, more for a side dish.

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Feb 14, 2017 · Rajma Dal is a traditional dal made in most parts of North India and is a great comfort food for many of us. Rajma (Kidney Beans) is rich in antioxidants and has many health benefits like helping to maintain blood sugar levels.Ultimate comfort food that is very famous in Northern India is Rajma Dal & Chawal. It also tastes amazing with roti/parathas/pooris and very healthy for kids.
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Rajma Dal is a traditional dal made in most parts of North India and is a great comfort food for many of us. Rajma (Kidney Beans) is rich in antioxidants and has many health benefits like helping to maintain blood sugar levels. Try this yummy recipe and let me know.

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Aug 21, 2012 · Rajma Makhani is a unique dish in that regard. This rajma recipe is prepared with a combination of red kidney beans and toor dal. As you understand from the name Rajma 'Makhani', butter has a …Rajma Makhani is one of the special rajma recipes. This Indian curry made of red kidney beans is a traditional Punjabi recipe. To try it...
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Rajma Makhani is a special Punjabi recipe that is different from the usual rajma recipes. Normally, rajma is prepared like any other Indian curry. It is soaked overnight and cooked with lots of spices, but the Rajma recipe is essentially the same. Rajma Makhani is a unique dish in that regard. This rajma recipe is prepared with a combination of red kidney beans and toor dal.

As you understand from the name Rajma 'Makhani', butter has a huge role to play in the making of this Indian curry. Rajma and toor dal are both cooked separately and then blended in a buttery sauce of onions and other spices.

Serves: 6

Preparation Time: 20 minutes

Cooking Time: 30 minutes



1. Pressure cook rajma and toor dal separately.

2. The rajma would need about 3-4 whistles to cook depending on the time you have soaked it.

3. Toor dal will cook in the duration of 2 whistles.

4. Drain any excess water and keep the boiled pulses aside. You need to mash the boiled toor dal with a spoon.

5. Take a pan over medium heat and let the butter melt in it. Season it with a bay leaf and green chillies.

6. Then saute the onions in the butter until they turn golden brown. Then add ginger garlic paste and cook on low flame for 2-3 minutes.

7. Add the chopped tomato and season with salt so that the tomato melts quickly.

8. Add all the powdered spices, namely, red chilli powder, cumin powder and garam masala.

9. Cook on low flame for 2-3 minutes. Then pour the boiled pulses, both rajma and toor dal into the pan.

10. Add 1 cup water and stir slowly. Let the mixture bubble and reduce by half in another 5 minutes.

11. Then add milk and continue to simmer the gravy on low flame.

12. Milk will give Rajma Makhani its rich and luxuriant texture.

13. Remove it from flame after cooking for another 5 minutes. Garnish with fresh cream and coriander leaves.

Rajma Makhani is a delicious mix of pulses with aromatic spices. You can serve it with rice or hot phulkas.

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How to Make Best Punjabi Rajma Masala Dhaba Style – This recipe is one of my favorite’s. As a kid I was a picky eater and a vegetarian which meant no vegetables just Lentils. While growing up both my parents were working and my sister was in college. This meant most of the days if my mom prepared some lunch for me that I didn’t like I had either an option to get something from a nearby Dhaba or cook something. After coming home from school sometime I would just stop at the Dhaba and see the cooking in action. It always fascinated me how they were able to make certain dishes so quickly and yet so delicious.

Well when i finally started working , after a long day I would crave some Indian food. Being in the US this usually meant either eat frozen Food (which sucks) or cook myself but after a long day of work I did not have time to prepare meals that tasted like restaurant’s food. This brought back the some of the memories from my childhood , specifically the Dhaba near my house.  So I set out on a mission to recreate the Dhaba Style recipe’s with very less effort. I remember eating the Rajma at the Dhaba and falling in love with the simplicity of the dish.

Well after having conversations with a lot of my Chef friends, checking out a lot of Dhaba’s and testing countless ways to make Rajma , I have perfected this Rajma Masala Recipe and got the secret. This is the most authentic way of cooking Dhaba Style Rajma Masala and the best part is its a very quick recipe.

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Rajma Masala aka Kidney Beans Curry is one of the most common and popular curries made in North India.

Kidney beans are cooked with onion, tomatoes and spices in this flavorful vegetarian curry.

Rajma is one of the most popular curries in north India.

In fact I always say that chole, rajma and dal makhani are like the 3 most popular north Indian main course vegetarian recipes. Whenever we would invite someone over for lunch or dinner, mom would definitely make one of these. It was inevitable.

However I was not very fond of rajma growing up, I don’t know why but I preferred it much less compared to the dals and chole and all my veggies. Sarvesh on the other hand is a huge rajma fan. It’s probably one of his favorite dishes (that’s a typical Punjabi right there)!

But my taste buds have changed over the years and now I really enjoy rajma, especially the one I make. I do not like rajma if the curry is on the thinner side.

For me a good rajma should be flavorful with the beans blending in with the spices and the curry should slightly be on the thicker side and have a melt-in-mouth texture.

What is Rajma

Rajma is kidney beans curry which is made by pressure cooking raw kidney beans which are soaked overnight.

The pressure cooked beans are then cooked with onion, tomatoes, ginger-garlic and with spices like coriander, garam masala, chili powder etc.

It’s an extremely popular curry in North India and a true Punjabi meal if often incomplete without it.

Rajma is traditionally vegan (except when you add ghee to it) and also gluten-free. It is also a protein rich curry.

Which Kidney Beans To Use

Now when you go to market, you will see variety of kidney beans.

There are lighter ones and also dark kidney beans. There are also varieties which are smaller in size.

The smaller kidney beans are used in Kashmiri Rajma, which is a different recipe and uses different spices and you can find the recipe in my cookbook.

You can use either one of the light or dark color large kidney beans to make punjabi style rajma. I prefer the darker ones.

Tips To Make a Good Rajma

So, I am going to share some of my tips that I have learned over the years to make a good rajma.

Start with raw beans: yes you can make it with canned beans but a good rajma needs to be made with raw kidney beans.

The beans need to be soaked overnight and then pressure cooked for that soft texture which is a must for rajma.

I am sure most people who grew up around Delhi, would swear by the melt-in-mouth texture of rajma chawal (rajma and rice) being served at several food stalls across the city.

And for that texture, you need to soak the beans, there are no two ways about it.

Grate the onions or finely chop them: for that smooth curry, either grate the onions or really finely chop them.

Also when you use grated onions, it takes a little longer for them to cook for the raw smell to go away, so have patience while cooking them.

Use fresh ginger-garlic paste: again it will make a difference to the final taste of the rajma.

Cook tomatoes for a longer time: do not rush this step. After you add the tomato puree, took the tomatoes in total for around 15 minutes on medium heat before adding the kidney beans to the pan.

I know that might seem like a long time but it’s important.

Simmer on low heat: so after you add the boiled kidney beans to the pan, lower the heat and let the curry simmer for 20 minutes, at the very minimum. If you have time, add an additional 10 minutes.

This simmering on low heat helps in developing the flavors and the curry tastes so much better.

Mash some of the rajma to thicken the curry: while the rajma is simmering, take a spoon (or potato masher) and mash some of the kidney beans (not all) with the back of your spoon.

This thickens the curry, gives it a texture and makes it creamier.

Touch of ghee at end: I love adding a tablespoon of ghee at the end to my rajma. It really brings the flavors together.

Sometimes, I would add fry some ginger julienne in the ghee and add to the rajma.

Tastes even better the next day: curries like rajma and chole taste even better the next day.

The beans absorb the flavors so well overnight and so the taste increases the next day.

Using Canned Beans

You can use canned beans here too.

Use around 2.5 cans (around 3.5 to 4 cups of cooked beans) for this recipe.

If using canned beans, skip the step of pressure cooking the beans. Start with making the masala, and then add the beans directly to the pan and then cook as mentioned in the recipe.

Serving Suggestions

In Delhi, rajma is always eaten with rice, popularly known as “rajma-chawal”. In fact if you ask people who are from Delhi (like my husband), half of them will say that rajma-chawal is their favorite dish.

So obviously there cannot be a better combination than plain white rice.

But you can also serve it with quinoa or brown rice.

To make a complete meal with rajma, serve it with a side of aloo gobi or aloo palak.

Making it Vegan

This recipe is all vegan except for the ghee that I added at the end.

Simply skip the ghee to keep this rajma recipe vegan.

Older Recipe: I have updated this recipe to make it simpler. If you guys want to make it the same way as the older recipe shared on the blog, then along with the cumin seeds add a bay leaf, 2-3 green cardamom, 3 black cardamom and 1-inch cinnamon stick.

Use 2 teaspoons rajma masala powder and cut down the coriander powder and garam masala to 1/2 teaspoon each. Rest of the recipe will remain same.


1- Soak kidney beans overnight in 4 cups water. In the morning, drain the water in which the beans were soaked and then transfer them to a pressure cooker.

Add 3.5 cups water, 1 teaspoon salt and pressure cook on high heat for 1 whistle, then lower the heat to medium and cook for 15 minutes. Let the pressure release naturally. If using an Instant Pot, pressure cook for around 45 minutes at high pressure with natural pressure release.

2- Beans should be completely soft when done. Set aside.

3- To a pan, add 2 tablespoons oil on medium heat. Once hot, add the cumin seeds and let them sizzle.

4- Then add the grated onions and mix.

5- Cook the onions for around 7 to 8 minutes, stirring often until very light golden in color and there should be no raw smell. Compared to chopped onions (if using chopped, cook for 3-4 minutes only) the grated ones needs to be cooked for a longer time to get rid of the raw smell. Don’t rush the step else curry will have raw onion taste.

Then add ginger-garlic paste and green chili and cook for 1 minute.

6- Add the pureed tomatoes and mix. Cook for 5 minutes.

7- Then add the spices- coriander, turmeric, kashmiri red chili, garam masala and salt.

8- Mix and cook on medium-low heat for around 10 mins until oil oozes out of masala. In total we cooked the tomatoes for around 15 minutes before adding the beans (important step, don’t rush it).

9- Add the boiled beans along with all the water in which they were boiled. I added additional 1 cup water here. Stir well and set heat to low-medium.

10- Let the curry simmer for 20 to 30 minutes. In between use a potato masher to mash some of the beans. This makes the curry creamier and thickens it.

11- Then after it has simmered for 20 to 30 minutes, add kasuri methi and cilantro. If you want you can also add bit of cream (optional, I did not add).

I also added another 1/2 cup water here as it became quite thick while simmering. You can adjust consistency to preference.

12- Finally add a tablespoon of ghee and mix. Turn off the heat. If you want you can fry some ginger julienne in ghee and then add that to the rajma too.

Serve rajma masala hot with rice!

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This post has been updated from the recipe archives, first published in October 2014.

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Learn How To Make Restaurant Style Rajma Masala | Punjabi Rajma Masala Recipe with a quick video tutorial. Rajma Masala is an extremely popular delicacy of Punjabi Cuisine. Just follow the simple directions to relish a hot Restaurant Style Rajma Masala under the coziness of your sweet home. Serve this curry dish with plain rice or with a Chapati/Paratha.

You boil the soaked rajma until cooked through, and then add it to a spicy tomato onion masala mix (bhuna hua masala) made with some aromatic essential spices. Then you let it cook for sometime, and this amalgamation of masala cooked with boiled rajma ultimately brings a nice aroma to the gravy dish.

What is Rajma masala?

Rajma masala is a curry originating from the Indian subcontinent. Rajma Masala is a very popular dish in the Northern states of India.

This is a thick bean curry made of red kidney beans. This tomato-based gravy dish comes with many Indian whole spices and usually served with rice.

What is Rajma Chawal?

Rajma Chawal is a wholesome meal which is a part of regular Northern Indian diet. Rajma chawal is a dish where Rajma is a spicy curry which is served with steamed/boiled rice.

The combination of rajma and rice is very well-liked throughout northern India, giving it a universal name of ‘Rajma Chawal’.

How to Make Best Punjabi Rajma Masala?

For making the best Punjabi Rajma Masala you’ll have to put a lot of love and very less effort in this dish. Punjabi Rajma Masala is cooked with the whole spices first and then simmered with bhuna masala till soft and mushy. This Punjabi Rajma Masala can surely make anyone drool, even the little picky eaters who are not so fond of beans and vegetables.

How to serve Rajma masala?

You don’t need anything fancy to serve this ’rajma masala’. Simply eat this humble rajma curry with some steamed rice or any flatbread and get ready to fall in love with the deliciousness.

How long to soak Rajma before cooking?

Rajma is a Punjabi dish, and the authentic Punjabi way of cooking Rajma Masala is to soak it overnight in water. For the authentic recipe, It is very important to soak the rajma overnight. The next morning it doubles in size.

However, you can soak rajma for 6-8 hours, or overnight as stated earlier. And in case you forget to soak the rajma, then there is an interesting rajma making tip for you which helps in cooking rajma without soaking it for a long time.

How much time does it take to boil Rajma?

It takes only 15-20 minutes if you are boiling it in a pressure cooker. But, if you are using a pan/pot for boiling, then it might take up to 45-50 minutes.

When cooked in a pressure cooker, how many whistles does Rajma need?

Usually, you need to cook rajma for 5 whistles, and then let the steam pressure go down completely before opening the lid. However, sometimes, this cooking time may vary due to the characteristics of local water, meaning hardness or softness of the water.

What do we call Rajma in English?

The English name for Rajma or Razma is kidney beans. Rajma is also a name of a famous vegetarian side dish.

Is Rajma a pulse or a bean?

Rajma is a bean, which has a classic kidney shape, that’s why it is also known as KIDNEY beans worldwide.

Is Rajma and kidney beans the same?

Yes, they are the same.

Are Rajma and red kidney beans same?

Red Rajma is known as red kidney beans.

How many types of rajma are there?

There are usually 4 types of Rajma available:

What else can I make with boiled rajma? What are important storage Tips for Rajma (Kidney Bean)? What are Health Benefits of eating Rajma?

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