Indian Cooking Tips: How to Make Authentic Kashmiri Rajma for a Unique Addition to Your Food

There are many gems from every region in the vast Indian cuisine. From north to south, east to west, there are many dishes and dishes, which are essential for all food lovers. Kashmiri cuisine is a storehouse of culinary wonders that has a lot to offer for every palate. The subtle flavors of Kashmiri food are introduced by the use of whole spices, a striking contrast with every bite. Even without the use of tomatoes, onions or garlic – the unique taste of Kashmiri food is truly addictive. Kashmiri Rajma is one such stellar recipe that must be tried in Indian food.

The Rajma found in Kashmir is quite different from the regular Rajma, as they are slightly smaller in size and darker in color. Rajma-chawal is a common pair found in many homes in North India. However, this Kashmiri Rajma is a class apart from the usual onion and tomato based preparations. Rather, the Kashmiri Rajma recipe is prepared with a yogurt-based gravy, which is made by boiling it with the most spicy seasoning. It is best to use authentic Kashmiri spices for the preparation of this delicious dish.

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Kashmiri Rajma is slightly different from your normal Rajma.

How to make authentic Kashmiri Rajma | Easy Kashmiri Rajma Recipe

Start by soaking the beans and soda in water overnight. Sieve the water, then cook the Rajma in a pressure cooker for about 15 minutes. Now, prepare Kashmiri Rajma Gravy with Ghee, Asafoetida and Cumin. Allow it to whisk, then add dried ginger powder, yogurt and chopped ginger. Stir vigorously and then add the remaining spices and cooked beans. Add water and let it boil. Once it starts cooking, add garam masala and coriander. Boil for one more minute, then garnish with coriander leaves!

Try this authentic Kashmiri Rajma recipe next time you want to taste some new bold flavors!

Click here for step by step recipe of Kashmiri Rajma.

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