Gorikai/Gorikayi/Javalikayi : Kannada
Cluster beans: English
Gawaar: Hindi & Marathi. For other language translations, refer here.
Rice: 2 cups
Gorikayi/Gorikai/Cluster beans/Guar: 2 cups (finely chopped)
Peas: A fistful or approximately 1/2 cup (optional)
Jaggery: A big pinch (optional)
Tamarind: 1 or 1.5 tsp (extract thick juice)
Oil: 1 tsp
Salt: According to taste.
For spice powder:
Gram dal/Channa dal: 2 tsp
Urad dal: 1 tsp
Coriander seeds/dhania: 1/2 tsp
Red chillies: 4-5 (I normally use 2 spicier chillies & 3 Kashmiri chillies for color)
Cinnamon: 1inch stick
Cardamom: 1 no
Marati moggu: 1 no
Cloves: 3 nos
For tempering:Oil: 2 tbsp
Mustard seeds: 1/2 tsp
Peanuts/Groundnuts: 1 tbsp
Curry leaves: 8-10 ( 2 strings)
Red chilli: 1 no (broken)
Asafoetida: A pinch
Grated coconut: 2 tbsp
Coriander leaves: 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
Step 1: Prepare the rice by adding double the amount of water & allow it to cool.
Step 2: Meantime, heat oil on a broad pan. When oil is hot, add the finely chopped cluster beans & saute for a minute. Add few drops of oil & let it cook. When the beans are half cooked, add the peas & cook until both are soft yet crunchy.
Step 3: Paralelly when the beans are getting cooked, prepare the spice powder. Dry roast all the ingredients mentioned for the spice powder & allow it to cool. When it is cool, prepare a powder out of it & scoop out the powder.
Step 4: Boil the tamarind juice for a minute. This is done to remove the raw smell of the tamarind. The juice thickens. Keep it aside.
Step 5: When the beans are cooked, add the spice powder (around a tbsp of the powder should be sufficient) & salt. Mix well & turn off the flame.
Step 6: Prepare the tempering. Heat oil in a small pan. When oil is hot, add mustard seeds. When mustard seeds splutter, add peanuts. Roast till the peanuts are golden brown. Add the curry leaves, asafoetida, red chilli & cook for 3-5 secs. Turn off the flame.
Step 7: Spread the rice in broad vessel (the rice must have reached the room temperature). Add the cooked spicier beans (cooked at step 5), tamarind paste (step 4), tempering (step 6) to the rice. Adjust the salt (note you have added salt to the beans already). Add the grated coconut, coriander leaves & mix the rice thoroughly. Serve it warm or at room temperature. Enjoy it with a raitha/papad or as is.
- Tamarind extract can be replaced with lemon juice too, however the authentic taste comes from the tamarind.
- Replace fresh grated coconut with dry coconut/copra, if you wish to preserve this rice for a day or two.
- Excess spice powder can be preserved in air tight containers for later use.
- For quicker version, MTR vangi bhath powder can be used to prepare this dish.
Mouthwatering rice recipe...would love to try this.ReplyDelete
Looks awesome.Nice click.ReplyDelete
Interesting rice recipe,seems very delicious...ReplyDelete
Lovely recipe..never tried this one!!looks delicious..ReplyDelete
Gorikayalli bangibath, hosa idea ri! Super...Hubby lunch box ge sakkat idea because i always happen to have Vangibath powder in my pantry... note madkota iddini right away...ReplyDelete
very nice...perfect for brunchReplyDelete
Looks new to me, sounds so yummy!ReplyDelete
Mouthwatering cluster beans rice,looks tempting..ReplyDelete
wow..its new for me!!..I have half pkt of gorikaayi just sitting in the freezer..will try n let u know:)ReplyDelete
Looks very delicious & tempting..... I love such rice preps..... but forever fail to get that flavor & feel.... but always loved to hog it from other plates around..... So yummy, should try...soon....ReplyDelete
Rice looks lovely, love gorikayi. Never tried with rice, nice recipe.Must try...ReplyDelete
aare idu nange hosthu :) gorikai inda bhath madodu ide modl sala kelthirodu...vomme try madtene...well seasoned and spiced rice items are always welcome at our place :)
I have MTR Vangi Bhath powder at home without knowing want to make . This comes in handy. It is mouthwatering dear.ReplyDelete
Will give it a try.
Yumm!! This looks very good.ReplyDelete
rice looks so delicious..its very new to me..i like cluster beans so sure will try this recipe..rice with cluster beans its a good combination.. Thanks for sharing such a good recipeReplyDelete
authentic dish. looks soooo tempting.ReplyDelete
I'm a regular visitor to your blog. I like all the dishes here. I was looking for avial recipe. It is my husband's favorite item. Can you please share it here?ReplyDelete
Wow,my hubby is great fan of cluster bean,I know nothing other than sambhar and curry!This is cool idea!ReplyDelete
A new combo! Rice looks lovely!ReplyDelete