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Rajmah Recipe using Curry Sauce

Rajmah Recipe using Curry Sauce

Made with pre-made Indian Curry Sauce and fresh Garam Masala garnish

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Rajmah & rice is considered the comfort-food of North India, similar to mac & cheese! We created this short-cut easy vegan rajmah recipe to help our kids who wanted to make an quick meal on busy weeknights.

Prep time: 5 mins; Cook time: 20 mins; Serves 4-5

INGREDIENTS TO MAKE RAJMAH (RED KIDNEY BEANS) MASALA CURRY:

  • 15oz. Canned red kidney beans -¬†2¬†
  • Salt (as per taste) - 1 tsp
  • Flavor Temptations Indian Curry Sauce¬†(includes¬†garam masala spice pack) - 1
  • Chopped cilantro (optional) - 2-3 stems

STEPS TO MAKE RAJMAH WITH CURRY SAUCE:

  1. Drain some of the liquid from red kidney beans cans
  2. In a saucepan, combine masala sauce, beans, and salt.
  3. Cook covered on medium heat for 15-20 minutes until beans are soft. Mash some of the beans to thicken sauce if needed.
  4. Stir in Garam Masala, uncover, simmer on low heat for 3-4 minutes until sauce thickens to salsa consistency.
  5. Garnish with chopped cilantro (optional).

SERVING SUGGESTIONS FOR RAJMAH:

Serve hot over bed of long-grained or naan bread

Vegan

Fully plant-based

Gluten-free

Contains no gluten

Dairy free

Contains no dairy products

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FAQs

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How authentic is this recipe?

All our recipes are authentic and traditional family recipes passed along by my Mom and family members.

Does the sauce need to be refrigerated or frozen?

The curry sauce is shelf-stable and can be stored at room temperature. It needs to be refrigerated once it is opened.

Why is the Garam Masala spice packet provided separately?

Most Indian sauces in the market add Garam Masala spices into the sauce. Over time, their flavor could deteriorate. Finishing your dish with organic Garam Masala garnish makes the flavors 'pop'.