Nutrition Facts
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Serving Size: 1 serving
Amount Per Serving
Calories 139.2
Total Fat 2.4 g
Saturated Fat 0.2 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0.9 g
Monounsaturated Fat 1.1 g
Cholesterol 0.0 mg
Sodium 1,377.0 mg
Potassium 422.1 mg
Total Carbohydrate 23.1 g
Dietary Fiber 9.0 g
Sugars 0.7 g
Protein 7.2 g
Vitamin A 6.3 %
Vitamin B-12 0.0 %
Vitamin B-6 4.6 %
Vitamin C 9.1 %
Vitamin D 0.0 %
Vitamin E 2.9 %
Calcium 4.5 %
Copper 11.4 %
Folate 18.0 %
Iron 10.9 %
Magnesium 10.6 %
Manganese 18.7 %
Niacin 4.3 %
Pantothenic Acid 2.6 %
Phosphorus 13.4 %
Riboflavin 7.9 %
Selenium 2.5 %
Thiamin 10.4 %
Zinc 5.3 %
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Calories in Rajma

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Calories per Ingredient

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Calories per serving of Rajma

109 calories of Beans, red kidney, (0.50 cup)

16 calories of Canola Oil, (0.13 tbsp)

8 calories of Onions, raw, (0.13 cup, chopped)

4 calories of Canned Tomatoes, (0.13 can)

2 calories of Pepper, red or cayenne, (0.13 tbsp)

0 calories of Salt, (0.13 tbsp)

0 calories of Water, tap, (0.25 cup (8 fl oz))

Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

Another good recipe messed up with the addition of TOO MUCH SALT!
I agree you can adjust the amount to your own taste, but many people follow a recipe as printed and then wonder why you taste nothing but salt. JMHO
Missed out the salt and used one tin red bean and one tin white beans with passata as no chopped toms in the cupboard. Tasted really nice and very filling but a little spicy for my youngster so will go for slightly less cayenne next time. Certainly a good winter warmer.
To cut the sodium use dry beans instead of caned and dont use the whole tablespoon of salt. Hope this helps.
This turned out great! I just used a little bit of salt, and not quite so much cayenne, and we all loved it, over rice, or by itself. My husband just sucked it up, like a happy vacuum cleaner. Next time I will make double the recipe, so we can have leftovers...
Oh, man! This recipe is so good!! I omitted the salt and added a bit of garlic and red pepper flakes. Next time, I think I'll throw some shrimp in the pot, too. This one's a keeper! Thanks, Lotus737!
This was easy to adapt to the crockpot as well I also opted for no salt and to sprinkle a smidge on afterwards.
without the salt . . . very good!!!
This was very good. I cut the salt in half and ate it over a bed of brown rice. It was a nice change up for dinner.
I will omit the salt, but other than that it will be wonderful
Too much sodium
For additional protein, I soak soya chunks in warm water and add them to this recipe. They are delicious!! Potato lovers can add diced potato alongwith and let it cook until soft. I have tried this recipe with all kinds of variations and my husband just loves it. Goes good with any Indian bread too!
I'm cooking this right now. Instead of water I used a homeade salt free chicken broth and also used no-salt added crushed tomatoes. Added garlic and some fresh red cayenne pods from my garden. Can't wait till dinner time!
This has too many carbs per serving for the diet my doctor is having me follow. It sounds GREAT though!
We will make this often at out house. I only used a dash of salt. Thanks for the idea of using fresh tomatoes. The garden is starting to produce.
Very Good . the only change that I did was the salt...0 salt. 0ther than that It was delicious. thank!
This was so easy to make, and delicious! However, the sodium content is off the map. Perhaps 1 tbsp of salt was a mistake? I used cumin, and just a dash of salt, and it was fine. I also used a fresh tomato in the food processor (lower sodium than canned), and rinsed beans as suggested. Thanks!