A CELEBRITY among Indians...people have this side with poori (a fried delight/snack - the recipe to be posted soon!)
My husband loves it and whenever I make this for him...well you know, the rest is history ;)
So do try and make your husband and kids and family and friends...everyone, really really happy!! :)
Here's my version of this Indian gem...
2 can(s)chick peas (organic)
2red onion, cut into big thin (semi-circle) slices
2tomatoes on the vine, cut into big thin (semi-circle) slices
1 cmilk, low-fat
1 Tbspgaram masala
1 tspturmeric powder, optional
1 Tbspchanna masala (can be substituted with 1/2 tbsp garam masala)
1 Tbspdried methi leaves (can be substituted with finely chopped cilantro)
·salt to taste
·red chilli powder to taste
2 Tbspvegetable oil
How to Make Pindi Chole
- Now stir in the methi leaves and butter. In about 1-2 min add the drained and washed store-bought canned chick peas to the mixture. Mix well.
- Let all the ingredients cook for about 5-6 min on med-high and then for 4-5 min on medium. Now turn off the heat and serve hot and immediately in a dish. You can garnish it with chopped onion slices and/or finely chopped fresh cilantro!!
Enjoy this Indian delicacy with Rice/Indian Tortillas - But the best marriage would be with Pooris!!
recipe to be posted soon!!