From traditional to exotic, this collection contains great ideas for rajma recipes from around the world.
This is a typical Punjabi recipe that is enjoyed with rice by all!
This is a great recipe for days when you are too cold and lazy to cook! You could have it as a meal or as a soup entree with a meal.
Rajmah (kidney beans cooked the Punjabi way) is comfort food at its best. I love Rajmah with simple jeera (cumin) rice and roti. When I was in college, I ate Rajmah at least once a week. Nutritious and comforting. What’s not to like?
Serve with naan or chapatti.
Enjoy this recipe for rajmah and serve with jeera rice.
Simple wonderful on a cold monsoon evening! Chicken soup is often credited with being a panacea for all kinds of ills, and this version – with its warming spices and vibrant colour – should perk up anyone. Serve with ghee wala parathas.
Eat this dish the Mexican way, with a delicious combination of spicy pork and fried rajmah neatly rolled up in soft chapati/tortillas. Great at picnics!
In just 30 minutes, you can have this rich and hearty soup made with boiled rajmah, turai and cabbage.
With palak, turai and carrots, here's a soup that's a meal in itself. You just need some bread and a salad on the side!
Aloo, carrots, peas, corn, rajmah and chole seasoned with masalas. This dish goes great with rice, naan or chapati.
Tomato, spinach and rajmah are wrapped in a warm chapati and served with tomato salsa, soured cream and avocado.
Rich or poor, everyone relishes this healthy, filling dish for breakfast in Egypt. Give it a whirl! You may want to add some chopped hari mirchi to it.
Lots of veggies in this pie, great for a cold winter night!
This is an amazing Mexican-inspired dish of seasoned keema, layered with chapati, sour cream into a stack and then baked. Leftovers are great the next day reheated in the microwave!
Rajmah with simple spices common to Mexico and India. Great dish for snacking!
This is a typical dal that Punjabis make for their parties! My kids love it ! I enjoy it as a soup or with with fresh rotis!