Here goes the recipe..
Chickpeas / chana ..... 2 cups ( boiled)
Onions ......... 2 medium sized
Tomato puree .... 2 tbsps
Potatoes .... 1 ( you can also use baby potatoes)
Coriander leaves ... handful
Green chillies ... 3-4 ( you can use more if you like )
Ginger ....... 1 inch piece (grated)
Garlic ......... 1 tsp ( crushed)
Turmeric powder ... 1/4 tsp
Coriander powder ... 1/2 tsp
Red chilli powder ..... 1/4 tsp
Salt ... to taste
Mango powder 1/2 tsp or yogurt if you like to make it tangy.
Oil ... 6-7 tbsps
For the pickle spices:
Fennel seeds / saunf ... 1 tsp
Cumin seeds ............ 1 tsp
Onion seeds ............. 1 tsp
Methi dana / fenugreek seeds .. 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds / rai ............... 3/4 tsp
1. Soak the chickpeas overnight or for 5-6 hours. Boil them in a pressure cooker with a little salt. Drain and set aside.
2. Lightly dry roast the pickle spices.
3. Grind them coarsely.
4. Grind the onion, ginger and garlic in a mixie.
5. Heat oil in a pan and add the slit green chillies.
6. Saute and add the onion paste. Stir fry for a minute or two.
7. Now add the coriander, turmeric and red chilli powder.
8. Tip in the boiled chana, pickle spice powder and tomato puree. Add the salt to taste.
9. Add one cup water to cook. Add the boiled potato cubes and coriander leaves. Simmer until all the spices are incorporated into the chickpeas.
Serve with rotis / naans / puris / bhaturas
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Yumm yumm.. Mouthwatering achari chanas.. Loved it..ReplyDelete
This is the kind of dish I really can eat every single day! Yum!ReplyDelete
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Achari chana looks delicious.ReplyDelete
This is one dish which I love to the coreReplyDelete
Glad to know that .. thanksDelete
Super tempting chana. Would love to have it with hot phulkas.ReplyDelete
My mouth is just watering here, such a fingerlicking achari channa;ReplyDelete
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This looks really delicious and tasty shobha, please san you send it to my event lets cook with pulses at simplyfood.ReplyDelete
Thanks Nayna .. will link itDelete
Interesting masala.. I also like this flavourReplyDelete
Thank u VeenaDelete
loved this version,looks too good..bookmarked !!!!ReplyDelete
Wow ! Looks delicious.. going to try this todayReplyDelete
Looks delicious... going to try today :)ReplyDelete
Wow.. make and enjoyDelete
सादगी से भरी हुई आपकी हर डिश की तस्वीर है ,ReplyDelete
तरीका और भी खूबसूरती से बयां किया हुआ है ,
Thanks for the compliment HemaDelete
when do you put in the chickpeas in the fried masala? maybe that's step 8.5 :p after outting the achari masala and tomatoes of before?ReplyDelete
Thanks for pointing out.. It is shown in the pic.8 .. but forgot to mention the chana there. I have edited it now.Delete