Kosoi Bwtwi | Tripura Kosoi Bwtwi recipe | Steamed beans with garlic
Kosoi Bwtwi | Tripura Style Kosoi Bwtwi recipe | Steamed beans with garlic recipe with step by step pictures and instructions. Kosoi Bwtwi is steamed beans cooked with garlic and green chilli. Prepare this simple side dish without using any oil. Usually people in tripura use dry fermented fish or paneer or tofu for vegetarian version. Serve it as side dish for rice. Recipe is adapted from here.
SHHHH COOKING SECRETLY CHALLENGE
Challenge for this month in Shhh Secretly cooking challenge FB group is Tripuri cuisine. Tripura is a state in north east India. The Tripuris eat mostly nonveg and main course is meat with the addition of vegetables. Traditional Tripuri cuisine is known as Mui Borok. Tripuri food has a key ingredient called Berma , which is a small, oil-pasted and dry fermented fish. They use very minimal or no oil in their food. (source:Wiki).
My partner for this month was very talented blogger Priya who blogs at priyasmenu. She is very friendly and versatile blogger. She has some amazing collection of recipes. Check out her space for more interesting recipes. We discussed about what each one likes to make. Accordingly I gave her coriander leaves and chilli as secret ingredients and she made delicious Wahan Mosdeng. Similarly she gave me salt and garlic as my secret ingredients and I made this simple kosoi Bwtwi.
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How to make Kosoi Bwtwi with step by step pictures
Wash and chop the beans.
Mince the garlic and keep it ready.
Boil water in a vessel.
Once it boils add salt, turmeric powder, minced garlic and green chilli
Add the beans and onions and allow it to cook
Check the seasoning and continue to cook till beans is soft.
Mash the beans and check and switch off the flame.
Finally Kosoi Bwtwi is ready. Serve it with hot rice.
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