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SOYA KANGHOU / FRIED SOYA CHUNKS

Hello!!!!!

Today we from our foodiemonday bloghop have decided to cook and share recipes from pushpitaschakhum.wordpress.com.  She has got a wonderful blog and shares many traditional and unknown recipes from her beautiful hometown in the north east. I am really intrigued by the simple ,healthy and yummy recipes that she has learnt from her mom and aunties. Do check her blog and get introduced to many awesome recipes.

I decided to cook a very yummy and simple recipe Soya Kanghou from her blog.This is my contribution for 121st #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Pushpita’srecipes.

Recipe for Soya Kanghou / Fried Soya Chunks:

Ingredients:

100 gms Soya Chunks (pre-soaked in hot water)

4 Medium size potatoes peeled and cubed

2 Medium Onions finely chopped

1.5 Tsp Jeera roasted and coarsely ground

3/4 Tsp Turmeric /Haldi

Salt to Taste

3 Tbsp Mustard Oil

4 Green Chillies  roughly chopped

Method:

Squeeze the water from the  puffed (pre soaked) soya chunks and keep them aside. Heat oil in a wide bottom pan. Add mustard oil Once it is hot add chopped onions and fry till they turn translucent. Add green chillies and cubed potatoes and roast till the potatoes turn golden brown .Once done add soya chunks ,turmeric and salt , coarsely ground jeera and mix well. Fry till the soya chunks are well coated with spices . Switch off the flame.

Serve hot with phulkas / roti /rice & dal.

Comfort food anytime for me. Thank you Pushpita for sharing this wonderful recipe you learnt from your aunt. Keep sharing the secrets from your kitty.

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BENDEKAYI AJETHNA / OKRA STIR FRY (UDUPI STYLE)

Hello!!!!!!

I am back with another easy and yum recipe from the Udupi Cuisine. Udupi cuisine mostly consists of  dishes made from   grains, beans, vegetables, and fruits. The variety and range of dishes is wide, and is made from the  the use of locally available ingredients. It is mostly  Satvik  style which means  no meat ,no onion and no garlic. It is followed by the Brahmin community in this region.

The full course Udupi meal is served on a plantain  / banana leaf, which is traditionally kept on the ground. The dishes are served in a particular order, and each dish is placed on a particular spot of the plantain leaf. Everyone  eating this meal are expected to begin and end eating the meal together. A person cannot get up in middle of the meal, even though he has finished his meal. The start and end of meal is done by saying “Govinda,” . A typical meal is served with the following :

  • Abbhigara or Ghee
  • Salt
  • Pickle
  • Kosambari
  • Bajji or chutney
  • Ajethna / Palya (dry vegetable sabzi)
  • Spiced rice (chitranna)
  • Happalla
  • Steamed rice
  • Saaru /Rasam
  • Menaskai/ Gojju
  • Koddelu / Sambhar
  • Majjige Huli /Tambuli
  • Sweets like laddu, holige or Kesari bhath
  • Fried items like bondachaklivada
  • Paramanna or Kheer (pudding) or Payasa
  • Buttermilk/curd

Today as a part of our 119th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #udupicuisine  I am sharing a simply dry sabzi that i usually make  and that  is Bendekayi Ajethna or Palya .

Ingredients:

30 Okras / Benekayi

3/4 Cup freshly grated Coconut

6 Dry red Chillies

Lemon Size Tamrind

1 Tsp Palm Jaggery

Salt to taste

For Seasoning / Tadka:

1 1/4 Tsp Mustard Seeds / Sasive

3 Dry red Chillies

3/4 Tsp Split Urad Dal

A generous pinch of Hing / Asafoetida

2 Tbsp Cooking Oil

Curry leaves -A handful

Method:

Wash the Okras or benekayi and dry them nicely with a clean hand towel . Chop them into small pieces and keep it aside. Soak tamrind in 2 tbsp warm water .Extract the juice and discard the pulp.It should be thick and not watery.

Heat a heavy bottom pan. Add oil. Once the oil is hot add  split uraddal ,hing and dry red chili (3 nos).Once the dal changes color slightly add mustard seeds and curry leaves .Once it  splutters add the chopped okra / bendekayi and mix well and  fry on high  flame. Do not cover the pan.Keep stirring and ensure it does not burn. In the meantime coarsely grind fresh coconut and red chilies  and keep it aside. Do not add water . Now add tamrind paste ,salt and palm  jaggery to the half cooked okras. Mix well and cook till all the tamrind mixture is well absorbed. Lastly add the coconut mixture and mix well. Let it cook on low flame for 5-8 mins.

Garnish with freshly grated coconut and serve hot with steamed rice , saaru and  kottambri tambli.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!

Notes:

I have used Byadgi Chillies which gives nice colour and is not so spicy.

I always prefer to use palm jaggery.You can used normal jaggery in case you cannot find palm jaggery.

I will share the Kottambri Tambli recipe in my next post.

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MIXED DAL PEPPER KHICHDI

 

Hello from my part of the world!!!!!

Winters have started in many parts of the world. It is raining and gloomy at my place as well. Perfect weather to stay cozy and warm. I am enjoying this weather with perfect cup of Masala chai and some fritters for snacks. I would love a warm bowl of Khichdi that is so comforting in this weather and can be whipped up quickly with easily available ingredients at home. Our humble khichdi had made headlines recently with different varieties of Khichdi from all regions in India.

Today i will share a very easy recipe that is cooked regularly at my place.My boys would love to have it with thick yogurt and some fritters.I paired it with eggplant wedges this time and it was an instant hit.

My humble contribution for 118th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Khichdi is this Mixed Dal Pepper Khichdi.

Recipe for Mixed dal pepper Khichdi:

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup White rice

1/2 Cup Brown rice

1/2 Cup Toor dal

1/2 Cup Whole Moong / Green gram

2  Tsp Freshly ground pepper

Salt to taste

A generous pinch of  jeera and Methi powder

1 Potato peeled and cubed

1 Carrot cut into medium chunks

1 Capsicum cut into medium size pcs

1/2 Cup  chopped Spring Onion

2 Sprigs of Curry leaves

1 Tsp Mustard seeds / Rai

1/4 Tsp Hing / Asafoetida

2 dry red Chillies for Tadka /Tempering

1.5 Tbsp  plus 2 tsp Ghee

Method:

Soak rice and dals for about 30 minutes.  Place the pressure cooker on the stove and switch on the heat. Add 1.5 tbsp of ghee. Once the ghee melts add mustard seeds , hing and dry red chillies. Once the mustard seeds crackle keep some tadka aside for garnishing later. Once done add all the veggies and chopped spring onion and saute for about 2-3 minutes. Now add freshly ground pepper powder ,salt and jeera methi powder and mix well. Now add the soaked rice and dal and 3.5 cups of water and pressure cook upto 2 whistles. Once done switch off the flame.

Heat a small pan. Add the balance ghee. Add curry leaves and some hing. Once the curry leaves become crisp  switch off the flame. Mix it with the set aside tadka and add this tempering to the cooked khichdi.

Serve hot with thick yougurt and eggplant wedges.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

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MULTIGRAIN POTATO PANCAKES

 

Hola from my part of the world!!!!!

It’s been a week since I shared a new recipe.Hmm.. been busy at work.I have many recipes yet to be shared with all wonderful people who encourage me. Today’s theme is PANCAKES and I will sharing an easy and yummy recipe which will be loved by everyone!!!

pancake (or hotcakegriddlecake, or flapjack) is a flat cake, often thin and round, prepared from a starch-based batter that may contain eggs, milk and butter and cooked on a hot surface such as a griddle or frying pan, often frying with oil or butter.Most of the recipes have eggs. I was inspired by Korean Potato Pancakes also known as Gamja-jeon. I have done some variation to suit our tastebuds. My boys just went gaga over these yummy pancakes. It is filling and perfect for breakfast too. I don’t have a sweet tooth so chose to make a savoury Pancake for this week’s theme.

My Contribution for 117th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #PANCAKES is this yummy Multigrain Potato Pancake.

Recipe for Multigrain Potato Pancake:

Ingredients:

For Pancakes:

2 Medium Size Potatoes peeled and grated

1 Tbsp Multigrain Powder (A mix of quinoa, greengram, flaxseeds and bajra)

1/4 Tsp Potato Starch

Salt to Taste

1/4 Cup finely Chopped Spring Onions

1 Green Chilli finely Chopped

For the Sauce:

2 Tbsp Soya Sauce

1 Tsp finely chopped white Onion

1 Tsp finely chopped Spring Onions

1/4 Tsp Sesame (Roasted slightly)

Add Chilli to adjust your Spice levels

4 Tbsp Oil(1 tsp oil for each pancake)

Method:

Take a wide bottom bowl. Mix all the ingredients of Pancake. Heat a skillet. Add oil. Then spread the potato mixture as per your desired thickness. Once the bottom turns golden brown flip the side and cook until the other side also turns golden brown.Once done remove and transfer the pancake to a plate.Repeat the process for the balance potato mixture.

For the Sauce:

Mix all the ingredients for the sauce and serve with hot pancakes.

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!

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MIXED VEGETABLE TAHIRI

 

Hello!!!

Hope you had good Diwali celebrations. We had a good one too. After feasting on some yummy dishes for the last few days its time to have some simple and healthy food that is easily digestible and can be cooked within short time.We need some respite after the festivities. I am sharing a simple Mixed vegetable Tahiri from the Awadhi cuisine.

Awadhi cuisine ‎ is a cuisine native to the city of Lucknow, which is the capital of the state of Uttar Pradesh in Northern India.The Awadh region has been greatly influenced by Mughal cooking techniques, and the cuisine of Lucknow bears similarities to those of Central Asia, Kashmir, Punjab and Hyderabad. The city is also known for its Nawabi foods. The cooks during this period introduce dum style cooking.The richness of Awadh cuisine lies not only in the variety of cuisine but also in the ingredients used like mutton, paneer, and rich spices, which include cardamom and saffron.

My contribution for 115th #Foodiemonday # Bloghop theme #AwadhiCuisine is this simple and healthy Mixed Vegetable Tahiri.

Recipe for Mixed Vegetable Tahiri:

Ingredients:

2 Cups Basmati Rice(wash and soak for 30 mins)

1 Cup Cauliflower Florets

1 Carrot sliced cut into 1 inch cubes

2 Medium size Potatoes cut into 1 inch cubes

1 Onion slice length wise

2 Capsicum cut into pcs

1/2 Cup green peas

1/2 Tsp Turmeric /Haldi

1 Tsp Coriander Powder

1/4 Cup fresh coriander finely chopped

2 Red chillies

6 Garlic cloves

1 Inch Ginger

1 Tsp Jeera /Cumin seeds

6 Pepper Corns

1 Inch Cinnamon stick

5 Cloves

1 Bay leaf

Juice of 1 lemon

3 tbsp Oil

Salt to taste

Method:

Wash and soak basmati rice for 30 mins.

Coarsely grind fresh red chilli, garlic and ginger.

Heat a heavy bottom pan. Add oil. Once the oil is hot add cumin, pepper corns, cinnamon,cloves and bay leaf and roast for a few seconds until fragrant. Add sliced onions and roast until they turn slightly brown.Now add potatoes and roast for 5 minutes. Once done add all the other veggies.Mix well and roast for 2 -3 minutes.

Now add coriander powder,turmeric, ginger-garlic-chilli paste and chopped fresh coriander and saute for 2-3 minutes.Now add the drained basmati rice, lemon juice ,salt and 4 cups of water .Mix well. Cover and cook only medium flame until the rice is well cooked. Mix well .Garnish with fresh coriander and serve hot with any raita and salad of your choice.

 

Enjoy and relish this one pot meal with your family and friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

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NIRAMISH ALOOR DUM (NO ONION NO GARLIC RECIPE)

 

Durga Puja, also called Durgotsava and Navaratri, is an annual Hindu festival celebrated in many parts of India.It is a ten day festival . The festival begins with Mahalaya, a day where Shakta Hindus remember the loved ones who have died, as well the advent of Durga.The next most significant day of Durga Puja celebrations is the sixth day, called Shashti where the local community welcome the goddess and festive celebrations are inaugurated. On the seventh day (Saptami), eighth (Ashtami) and ninth (Navami), the goddess along with Lakshmi, Saraswati, Ganesha and Kartikeya are revered and these days mark the main Puja (worship) with recitation of the scriptures.Every day one form of Devi Durga is worshipped. The tenth and last day, marked by a great procession where the clay statues are ceremoniously walked to a river or ocean coast for a solemn goodbye to Durga. Many mark their faces with vermilion (sindoor) or dress in something red. It is an emotional day for some devotees, and the congregation sings emotional goodbye songs.There is enormous variation in worship practices and rituals associated with Durga Puja.Well decorated Pandals with huge statues of Devi Durga are put up.The Pandals are well decorated. I remember pandal hopping during my childhood and college days with friends and family enjoying variety of dishes.I miss pandal hopping now.

As a part of our 111th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #DurgaPuja my contribution is this simple Niramish Aloor Dum (No Onion No Garlic Recipe) perfect for this Navratri too.

Recipe for  Niramish Aloor Dum (No Onion No Garlic Recipe):

Ingredients:

4 Medium Sized Potatoes peeled and cubed (Baby potatoes can be used too)

2 Tbsp Ghee

2.5 Tbsp Tomato Puree

6 Dry Red Chillies

1.5 Tbsp Jeera /Cumin

Salt to taste

1 Tsp Ginger paste

1/4 Tsp Turmeric / Haldi

1 Bay Leaf

1 Inch Cinnamon Stick

1/2 Tsp Sugar

Method:

Boil the cubed potatoes and keep it aside. Dry roast 1 Tbsp jeera and dry red chillies.Allow it to cool and then grind until it is smooth powder. Take a wide bottom bowl. Add boiled potatoes, haldi,tomato puree ,ginger paste,chilli and jeera powder mix and mix well. Let it marinate for 30 mins. Heat a thick bottom pan. Add ghee. Once the ghee is hot add bay leaf,cinnamon stick, and balance jeera. Now add the marinated potatoes and mix well. Add salt,sugar and 1 cup of water to get the desired consistancy. Let it simmer on low flame untill the ghee starts to leave the sides. Once done switch off the flame .

Serve with hot fluffy Luchhi, peas Kachori, parantas or rotis.

 

Enjoy!!!!!!!!

Wishing all my Readers a very Happy Navratri!!!!!!!!!

May Goddess Durga bless us all!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

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DAL TADKA / LENTIL STEW

 

Dal or Lentils are a powerhouse of Nutrition. Lentil is a dietary staple throughout regions of India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.Lentil colors range from yellow to red-orange to green, brown and black.Lentils also vary in size, and are sold in many forms like with or without the skins, whole or split. Lentils are also widely used in many parts of the world.You can make a number of dishes using a wide variety of lentils.They can be sprouted too and used in salads and soups.

As a part of our 110th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Lentils I would like to share a very simple and healthy recipe Dal Tadka.My boys like to have dal with Steaming hot rice and potato fry .

Recipe for Dal Tadka:

Ingredients:

1 Cup Toor dal /Split Pigeon peas

1/2 Cup Urad Dal Split / Split Black gram

1/2 Cup Moong dal split / Split Mung Beans

3 Green Chillies slit

1 Tsp Kasuri Methi (dried Fenugreek)

1.5 Tsp Jeera / Cumin seeds

1/4 Tsp Haldi /Turmeric

A generous pinch of hing /Asafoetida

1/2 Tsp Mustard

1/2 Tsp Ginger finely chopped

5 Garlic Pods thinly Slit lengthwise

Salt to Taste

1/2 Tsp Red chilli Powder

4 Dry red Chiilies (Whole)

2 Tsp Ghee

1/2 Tsp Oil

Juice of 1 Lemon

Water to boil dal

Method:

Clean and wash all the three dals. Pressure cook the dals with haldi, green chilles and water upto 2 whistle or till it is cooked.Add water to get the right consistency if the dal is too thick.

Roast chopped garlic in 1/2 tsp oil until they turn nice golden brown in colour.

Heat a heavy bottom pan. Add ghee.Now add the Cumin and mustard seeds.Once they crackle add hing and ginger and saute for a few seconds.Add the dry red chilli and saute.Now add kasuri methi  and switch off the stove.Lastly add chilli powder and mix well and add this tadka to the boiled dal. Let the dal simmer for about 3-4 mins on low flame. Lastly Garnish with chopped coriander and roasted garlic .

Serve hot with Rice ,Phulkas or Roti.

 

Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!

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SAMVAT KE CHAWAL KA DHOKLA /BARNYARD MILLET STEAMED CAKES

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Hello !!!!!!!!!

Today’s Post is all about Millets. Millets are mostly cultivated in Asia and Africa. They have gained a lot of popularity these days. There are different types of Millets. Millets are gluten free and an exceptional source of Nutrients to gluten intolerant people. There are many types of Millets. Today I am sharing a recipe using Barnyard Millet.

Barnyard Millets are Low in Calories , Rich in Fiber, Low in Glycemic Index , Gluten free and also rich source of Iron. I am sharing a simple Dhokla recipe that is made using Barnyard Millet. This is my contribution for 108th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme #Millets.

Recipe for SAMVAT KE CHAWAL KA DHOKLA /BARNYARD MILLET STEAMED CAKES:

Ingredients for Dhokla Batter:

1 Cup Barnyard Millets (Soaked for 5 hrs)

1/3 Cup Rava(soaked for 5 hrs)

1 Tsp Cumin / Jeera Roasted and crushed

Salt to Taste

1/4 Tsp Haldi / Turmeric

3 Tbsp Buttermilk

4-5 Tbsp Water

1 Tbsp Lemon Juice

1.5 Tsp Baking Powder

1 Tsp Sugar

1 Tsp Oil for greasing

For Tempering:

4 Green chillies chopped

15 Curry leaves roughly torn

1 Tsp Mustard seeds

2 Tsp Oil

Apinch of Hing / Asafoetida

Method:

Soak barnyard millet and rava for 5 hours. Drain the water and grind the millet and rava to get a fine paste.Ensure there are no grains. To this mixture add buttermilk, lemon juice,roasted and crushed Cumin,salt, haldi,sugar and baking soda. Mix all the ingredients and then add water as needed to get a nice lump free mixture. Blend it with  hand mixture to incorporate more air in the mixture.This will make the dhoklas light and fluffy. Transfer this mixture to a greased plate and steam it for 15 to 20 mins. You can insert a toothpick to check it is perfectly steamed.

Remove from the steamer and allow it to cool. In a wok add oil. Once the oil is hot add mustard seeds, curry leaves and chopped chillies and hing. Pour the tempering on the steamed cake /dhokla ,cut into desired shape and serve it with green chutney.

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Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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GRILLED RAW BANANA TIKKIS (SERVED IN 2 DIFFERENT WAYS)

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Each one of us is so busy with our daily routines juggling home and office. I love to host my friends at my place during weekends. Friends are an important part of our lives when we staying out of our country. They become an important part of our extended family here.

Are you looking for some innovative recipes to impress your friends and family when you host a party? Today i am sharing a recipe that can be served as starters or as a side dish. Choice is yours.

Our 107th #Foodiemonday #Bloghop theme is #Partydish and my contribution is Grilled Raw Banana Tikkis that can be served as a starter or dunked in rich gravy as a side dish.

Recipe for Grilled Raw Banana Tikkis (Served in 2 different ways):

Ingredients for Tikki:

4 Raw bananas

2 Potatoes

1 Green Chilli

1/2 Cup Finely Chopped Coriander /Cilantro

Salt to taste

1/2 Tsp Red Chilli Powder

2 Tbsp Rava

2.5 Tsp Kebab Masala

2 Onions finely chopped

Method:

Wash and peel the raw bananas and potatoes. Pressure cook with 250 ml water upto 2 whistles . Allow it to cool .Once cooled remove from pressure cooker. Drain all the water. Take a wide bottom bowl.In the bowl now mash banana and potatoes until lump free. Add all the other ingredients and mix well. Shape the mixture  as desired and refrigerate it for 30 mins. After 30 mins remove from the refrigerator . Heat a grill pan and place the tikkis on the hot grill pan and cook until all the sides are well cooked. Repeat the process for the balance tikkis.

Serve hot tikkis as starters  with any sauce or  green chutney of your Choice.

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Ingredients for Gravy:

4 Red Tomatoes roughly chopped

3 Onions roughly chopped

1 Green Bell Pepper roughly chopped

2 Tsp Jeera

Salt to taste

1/2 Cup Finely chopped Coriander /Cilantro

1/2 Tsp Garam Masala

3 Garlic Cloves

1 Inch Ginger roughly chopped

1/4 Tsp Black Pepper

1/4 Tsp Turmeric /Haldi

2 Tsp Oil

1 Tsp Kasuri Methi

Method:

Heat a tsp oil in a wide bottom pan. Add 1 Tsp Jeera ,black pepper and haldi.Saute for 2 seconds and then add ginger ,garlic and chopped onions until they turn slightly golden brown. Now add the chopped bell pepper , tomatoes and chopped coriander.Allow this mixture to cool. Once it is cooled blend the mixture to a fine paste.

Now heat the balance oil in the wok. Add balance jeera and saute. Now add the ground mixture. Add garam masala and salt and let it simmer on low flame for 6-8 minutes. Lastly add Kasuri Methi and switch off the flame. The gravy is now ready. Just before serving dunk the grilled tikkis and serve this lip smacking side dish.

Enjoy with Naan or Rotis!!!!!!!

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KONDAKADALAI SUNDAL / CHICKPEAS SUNDAL (GANESH CHATURTHI SPECIAL)

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वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटि समप्रभ ।
निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा ॥
Vakra-Tunndda Maha-Kaaya Suurya-Kotti Samaprabha |
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva-Kaaryessu Sarvadaa ||

Ganesh Chaturthi will be  celebrated  this year on 25Aug ,with great devotion all over India. People bring home murtis (Idols) of Lord Ganesha and celebrate the festival by worshiping the Lord in a special way for a day and a half, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days or 11 days depending on the family tradition and commitment of each individual.
On the last day of worship the idol is taken out in a colourful and musical procession to be immersed traditionally in water. Ganpati is one of the most popular God. His blessings are invoked at most religious ceremonies as He is the one who can remove all obstacles to success. He is the giver of fortune and can help to avoid natural calamities.

All rituals start with Ganapati Pooja so that all obstacles will be removed.

My Contribution for 106th #Foodiemonday # Bloghop theme #GaneshChaturthiSpecial is a simple Chickpea Sundal that is always prepeared at my place as an offering to Lord Ganesha.

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Recipe for Kondakadalai Sundal:

Ingredients:

1Cup =250 ML

1 Cup Boiled Chickpeas /Kondakadali

1.5 Tsp Split Black gram

1/2 Cup Freshly grated Coconut

1 Tsp Mustard

A Pinch of Asafoetida

4 Dry red chillies (roughly torn)

Salt to taste

2 Tsp Oil

Method:

Soak Chickpeas overnight. Drain the water and then pressure cook the chickpeas with some water and salt untill they are nicely cooked and soft. Drain the water and it can be used for soups,rasam or sambhar.

Heat the oil in a wok. Add split black gram, asafoetida and mustard. Once the mustard splutters add the red chillies. Saute for a few seconds .Now add the boiled chickpeas and mix well .After 3-5 mins add freshly grated coconut. Mix well and switch off the flame.

Tranfer it to a cup and offer it to Lord Ganesha along with Modak as an offering. After the prayers distribute to everyone.

May Lord Ganesha shower his choicest blessings on everyone !!!!!!!

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