Did you know that kidney beans are almost fat free and are loaded with quality protien? A wholesome soup with kidney beans, veggies and pasta infused with a tomato-tamarind sauce giving it a traditional touch.
A sumptuous and easy to make filling for tacos or tortillas.
Red kidney beans cooked with assorted flavours, fried again with onion quarters.
Kidney beans, cottage cheese and julienned vegetables tossed together in an olive oil and lemon juice dressing.
Mexico's all time favorite creamy avocado dip.
India's love affair with piping hot plate of rajma chawal is no strange fact. It is said that the red kidney beans were brought to the Indian terra firma as a part of trade in ...
Rajma, or kidney beans, are a winning combination of high-quality carbohydrates, lean protein and soluble fibre, which helps stabilise blood sugar levels and keeps hunger in check.
Despite being our favourites, beans like kidney beans (rajma), black beans, soybean and lima beans have gained a reputation of making people gassy
The humble kidney bean makes a great base for this deeply satisfying soup and dumpling combo.
What spaghetti is to Italians, rajma chaawal is to most North Indians. It is the ultimate comfort food. Here are four rajma recipes -
Both rajma and chhole can be used to make a never-seen-before dish that carries the goodness of both the ingredients. Rajma (kidney beans) and chhole (chickpeas) are super nutritious and loaded with essential minerals and ...
If you thought kababs are meant to be a meaty affair, wait until you have the scrumptious melt-in-mouth delicacy made with mashed kidney beans and a host of spices.
This veg taco uses a filling of some common foods that we keep using for Indian cooking, the star ingredient being kidney beans or rajma.
From salads and sprouts to kebabs and patty, kidney beans are super versatile, provided you are willing to explore and experiment.
Black Bean Recipes- Black bean, a cousin of the popular red kidney beans or rajma, can be used in a number of ways to dish our delicious treats. It is probably the most underrated ingredient ...