(Last Updated on : 30-07-2014)
Ayurvedic green bean sabji is a healthy yet delicious recipe. This recipe is loaded with nutrition, vitamin and mineral. The basic ingredients for preparing this dish are green beans, shredded coconut, and safflower oil including some other ingredients. It can be easily cooked at home at any time. Ayurvedic green bean sabji can be eaten by pairing up with rice
Ingredients of Ayurvedic Green Bean Sabji
Two cloves of chopped garlic
Four cups of chopped green beans
One inch piece of fresh ginger peeled and finely chopped
One tablespoon of shredded coconut
Two tablespoon of chopped coriander
Two tablespoon of safflower oil
Half teaspoon of cumin seeds
Half teaspoon of black mustard seeds
One-fourth teaspoon of turmeric
A pinch of hing
Half an onion chopped
Half teaspoon of masala powder
Half teaspoon of salt
Method of Preparing Ayurvedic Green Bean Sabji
Cut off the ends of the beans and slice on the diagonal into very small pieces, which is nearly one-fourth inch long.
Wash the beans and peel the garlic, ginger, coconut, and coriander.
With a little water, blend the garlic, ginger, coconut, and coriander. Keep it aside.
Heat oil in a medium saucepan and add cumin seeds, mustard seeds and hing.
When the seeds pop up, add the turmeric, masala powder and chopped onions. Stir until the onion softens and gets pink.
Add the blended mixture, salt and green beans.
Cover and simmer on low heat until it softens. This will take nearly two minutes and ayurvedic green bean sabji is more or less ready.
Benefits of Ayurvedic Green Bean Sabji
There are various health benefits of consuming ayurvedic green bean sabji. Some of the main benefits are as follows:
The key ingredient of this recipe which is green bean is rich in fibre and low in calories.
Ayurvedic green bean sabji is easy to digest.
The preparation is a balance of vitamin and protein.
Caution about Ayurvedic Green Bean Sabji
Green beans are sweet, astringent and cooling. They can disturb the vata
dosha if eaten in excess. They have a tendency to produce gas and constipation
. Since it is prepared with hing and cumin seeds, it won't affect the vata dosha. However, vata prakriti person should eat it carefully.
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