Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

Karamani sundal recipe | Black-eyed peas sundal | Thatta payaru sundal | lobia sundal 



Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

Karamani sundal recipe | black-eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal | Thatta payaru sundal | perum payaru sundal 
with step-by-step photos, health benefits, and calorie chart.

Looking for a protein-packed snack recipe? Here you go, Sundal recipes are usually made during the Navaratri festival in the Southern Part of India and served as prasadam in Temples.

Sundal is a flavorful savory snack that can be eaten at any time of the day.  Further, it is a perfect recipe if you looking to incorporate different beans and legumes into your daily diet.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

Karamani sundal is a healthy and easy recipe made with steamed black-eyed peas/beans, chilies, coconut, curry leaves, cilantro, etc. It is a vegan snack and no onion no garlic recipe. This recipe contains complex carbs and fiber.

Black-eyed peas sundal keeps you full and satiated for a long time as it is high in protein. It is usually served as prasadam during the Navaratri Golu festival. Sundal can be made with different beans and legumes as well.

Karamani sundal is also called perum payiru sundal, cowpeas sundal, black-eyed beans sundal, lobia sundal, Thatta payaru sundal, vellai/white karamani sundal, etc.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

What is sundal:

Sundal is a Tamil word, which means the lentils/beans/legumes are soaked, boiled, and seasoned in herb oil(tadka) and finally flavored with grated coconut and coriander leaves. Sundal is a snack, usually made with different kinds of lentils, legumes, pulses, and cereals. It is also sold as a street food snack in restaurants, parks, and beaches. It can also be served as a mid-morning or evening snack, along with tea or coffee.

Sundal is a healthy and savory snack recipe. Sundal recipes are widespread among south Indian and Tamil cuisine. Sundal can be made with chickpeas, black channa, kollu, mung bean, kidney bean, black-eyed bean, etc. The spiciness can be adjusted as per your choice.

White karamani sundal is one of the popular varieties of South Indian sundal recipes. Sundal is usually served as prasad/prasadham in Hindu temples and made at home during the Navaratri festival in Tamil Nadu.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

Recipe: Karamani sundal recipe | black-eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal | Thatta payiru sundal


Serves - 2
Cuisine - South Indian
Region - Tamilian cuisine
Course - Snack | Prasadam
Prep time - 5 min | Cook time - 20 min | Soaking time - Overnight/8 hours
Diet - Vegan & Vegetarian
Author - Pavithra
Publisher - Pavis kitchen

Ingredients:

Karamani/Cowpeas - 1/2 cup
Water - To soak and boil - 300 ml
Coconut - 2 tbsp grated
Cilantro/Coriander leaves - 4 twigs
Salt - 3/4 tsp or As per taste
Sundal powder - 1 tbsp optional

For seasoning/tadka:

Oil - 1 tsp
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1tsp
Channa dal - tsp
Urad dal - 1 tsp
Red chili - 1
Green chili - 1
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Asafoetida - 1/4 tsp

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Notes:

1. Coconut oil gives a nice aroma and flavor to the sundal.

2. Sundal powder/podi is optional.

3. Grated coconut is also optional, and adjust salt and chilies as per taste.

How to make karamani sundal:


1. Firstly, clean and rinse the cowpeas/karamani and soak them in water for 12 hours or overnight.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

2. Secondly, cook the karamani for 15 minutes on a low medium flame. Add salt and water. The quantity of water should be enough to immerse the bean, say 1/4 cup.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

3. Thirdly, cover it with a lid and let it cook for 10 mins. Periodically, stir in-between with a spatula to prevent burning and add some water if the bean/peas get dry.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

4. The karamani has cooked well and absorbs all the water.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

(Note: Do not overcook and filter the excess water, if any).

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

5. Now, heat a pan with oil and temper mustard seeds, cumin seeds, channa dal, urad dal, curry leaves, chilies, and hing.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

6. Toss the boiled karamani/lobia and give it a nice mix.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

7. Sprinkle some salt and sundal podi/powder if needed and saute for 3 to 5 mins.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

8. Add some grated coconut and saute for a min or so. (Note: Do not cook for long after adding coconut).

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

9. Lastly, add some fresh chopped cilantro and turn off the flame.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

10. Karamani sundal/lobia sundal is ready to be served.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal


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Lobia, Black-eyed peas, cowpeas. karamani, thatta payaru, perum payaru
Sundal, Snack
South Indian, Tamilian
Yield: 2
Author: Pavithra
Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal | thatta payaru sundal

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal | thatta payaru sundal

Karamani sundal is a healthy and easy savory snack recipe made with steamed black-eyed peas/beans, chilies, coconut, curry leaves, cilantro, etc. It is a vegan snack and no onion no garlic recipe. It is high in protein, complex carbs, and dietary fiber.
Prep time: 5 MinCook time: 20 MinSoaking time: 8 HourTotal time: 8 H & 25 M

Ingredients

Beans, herbs, spices and oil.

Instructions

How to make karamani sundal:

Notes:

1. Coconut oil gives a nice aroma and flavor to the sundal.


2. Sundal powder/podi is optional.


3. Grated coconut is also optional, and adjust salt and chilies as per taste.


Nutrition Facts

Calories

438.03

Fat (grams)

23.52

Sat. Fat (grams)

14.94

Carbs (grams)

50.59

Fiber (grams)

12.19

Net carbs

38.40

Sugar (grams)

24.07

Protein (grams)

9.90

Sodium (milligrams)

1346.66

Cholesterol (grams)

0.53

Disclaimer - Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.


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Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal


CowPeas/black-eyed peas/Karamani health benefits:

1. Black-eyed pea is a low-calorie legume.
2. Good for weight loss.
3. Rich in fiber and protein.
4. High in antioxidants.
5. Good for skin.
6. It contains folate and potassium.
7. Rich in vitamin A which is good for eye health.
8. It boosts immunity.
9. Cowpeas are rich in iron which helps to prevent anemia.
10. Regulates blood pressure.

Health benefits of coconut:

1. Coconut is packed with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
2. Rich in fiber.
3. It contains healthy fats and is a great source of protein.
4. It promotes weight loss.
5. Good for skin and hair.
6. Excellent source of minerals such as magnesium, potassium, iron, copper.
7. It contains zinc and selenium, which are required to maintain thyroid levels.
8. It is a great moisturizer for the skin and protects it from the sun.

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

Health benefits of cilantro:

1. Coriander relieves skin inflammation.
2. Lowers cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
3. Regulates blood pressure.
4. Aids with digestion.
5. Boost immunity
6. Promotes digestion and gut health.
7. Reduces acidity.
8. Prevents anemia.
9. Anit-inflammatory effects.
10. Good for eyes and skin.

*(Health benefits are taken from Google and Wikipedia).

Karamani sundal recipe | black eyed peas sundal | white karamani sundal | lobia sundal

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