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Simple Black Eye Beans Salsa (Alasanda guggulu )


"Beans salsa" sounds healthy right? Yes!! it is a very healthy snack and also can be very light meal anytime. It is also good for those who are trying hard to reduce all that extra fat. Unlike using any of sauce in salsa, I made this giving like spice touch. Its simple to prepare any enjoy anytime. If you have less patience or no time or want to eat healthy , then you are at right destination. Lets see the preapration.......

Ingredients:

  1. Black Eye Beans (Alasandalu) 1 cup
  2. Tomato medium sized 1
  3. Black pepper 1/4 tsp
  4. Dry Red chillies 2
  5. Onion 1 medium sized (or half if it is big one)
  6. Tamarind Juice 1tbsp(thick juice --I used one which we use to pake pulusu pulihora) or( 2 tsp lime juice)
  7. Fresh Cilantro 1 tbsp

Method:

  • Soak beans over night. Wash next day in cold water and pressure cook with little salt upto two whistels.
  • Drain any water and allow to cool down.
  • Meanwhile, cut onions and tomatoes into small pieces and set aside separately.
  • Take beans in a large bowl. Crush red chillies and mix with beans.
  • Also mix tamarind juice or lime juice and refrigerate for 1/2 hr.
  • Just before serving, remove and mix with tomatoes, onions, cilantro and desired pepper and salt.

Note: Beans can be substituted with any kind of other means or murmura (puffed rice). Red chillies instead of green chillies really got that spice I needed in my dish. You can always vary salt and spice according to your taste. So enjoy this simple diet.

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Now, this is what I call healthy..Thanks a lot..

hmm....yummy...when its raining...but y u named salsa?

Thank You Chandrika:-))

Thank You Anonymous!..Kindly leave your name while commenting.It gives me pleasure to address you with your name and to interact.I called this Salsa...as used unlike any sauces...some tamarind paste in it.Some Indian toouch:-))

Hi Meena
I find your blog quite refreshing and your recipes are absolutely delicious-low in fat and very healthy . I have tried your soya nugget kheema and spicy cauliflower curry and my family loved them.
Thank you . Pl. keep posting.
Radhika

Hi Radhika,

Iam very happy to hear from you, that you tried couple of my recipes and even more glad to hear that your family liked them.For sure I will be posting in future.Only some times I hang up with health problems or family and as mother even me busy some time with my kid. But other wise I will always be connected to you all by posting all the recipes which I cook.Thank You very much for leaving comment.Its very very important for me:-))

A very healthy and refreshing salsa Meena. good recipe with Black Eyed Beans

Yummy...I never thought of using beans in a salsa but I guess that makes sense! It looks and sounds too good!!!

It's my first time here. you have a nice blog.
That's a good looking salsa, very healthy too!

Hi...First time in ur blog...ur recipes are great and will try.
Visit my blog and do feel free to drop any suggestions or comment

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