Beans poriyal is traditionally made over the stovetop, but this Instant-Pot version will blow your mind – because it pressure cooks in zero minutes. Pair it with rice and your favorite curry for a complete meal.
What does poriyal mean?
Poriyal is a Tamil word for shallow frying a vegetable dish along with a few spices. A dish made using the same technique is called palya or sukka in Karnataka, porutu in Andhra Pradesh and thoran in Kerala. Beans poriyal is best served with rice and sambar, but you could pair it with chapatis as well for breakfast.