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Gawar also known as guvar in Gujarati or cluster beans in english and gavar ki phalli is a healthy vegetable.So it's also call queen of beans. Gawar is not exactly everyones favorite. You wont find big fans of this humble & healthy vegetable. A lot of people do like this sabzi and eat it almost weekly. I myself is not a big fan of Gawar however I do enjoy it occasionally. However my dear hubby hates gawar. He has not eaten it in years before our marriage. I made my mind that I will make him eat this vegetable and finally I got succeeded with this Gwar fali ki bhujiya sabzi,

Cluster beans or gavarfali is native to India and is grown and consumed in almost all the states. This little green soft and tender beans contain glyconutrients that help in controlling blood sugar levels in the body. Not many people are aware of the fact that gavar is low in glycemic index and hence, do not cause rapid fluctuations in your blood sugar levels when consumed. Although this is one vegetable you should include in your diet if suffering from diabetes. There are many health benefits of gawar that we are hardly aware of.
People do not like gawar because it’s slightly bitter in taste. It does not taste flavor full on its own and thus required other ingredients to lift up the curry.
Pressure cooking or steaming the beans is preferable method. I prefer to cook in hot oil so test may intact of the beans.

This gawar sabzi appears regularly in my kitchen. This is my mom’s recipe.
Gawar ki phalli is very low in calorie and full of nutrition. So you should include that in your diet. This sabzi is healthy yet delicious. Try it once, I am sure you will like it.

2 cups ½French Beans chopped 1 cup potatoes chopped 2 tbsp Oil tsp ¼Mustard Seeds tsp ½cumin seeds tsp ¼Turmeric Powder tsp ½cumin powder tsp ½garam masala powder 1 tsp coriander powder 1 tsp red chili powder salt to taste
ok, while stirring occasionally, till the vegetables are soft. About 10-15 minutes. Once cooked, add the garam masala powder and give one final stir. Serve hot with roti or paratha