Thursday, March 12, 2015

Hare Chana ki Kari with Methi Muthia / Fresh Garbanzo with Fenugreek Dumplings

BM # 50  Week 2  Day 3 

For Day 3 under fenugreek recipes I have cooked a very very delicious and a healthy curry.I have made the curry with fresh green Chana which is also called Choliya . These choliyas are boiled and sauted with lots of greens, making it all the more healthy, to top it up methi muthias are added. Doesn't it make really healthy? The curry is really unique.

My hubby loved it as he is a hard core fan of these choliyas and Methi na Muthia. I normally stock these muthias in my freezer as they are added to a number of dishes. The famous Gujrati Undhiyu is incomplete without the addition of these.


Hare Chana ki Kari with Methi Muthia 
2 cups green chana
1 onion, finely chopped
1 tsp corn flour
1 tetra pack coconut milk
Salt to taste

To be ground into a paste
1 cup coriander, chopped
5-6 green chilly
Small piece ginger
4 cloves
Juice of 1 lemon
4-5 spinach leaves


The Curry
Boil the chana.
Heat oil and fry onion till translucent.
Add the paste and fry for a 2-4 minutes.
Add the boiled Chana.
Mix the cornflour with coconut milk.
Add salt and add to the Chana mix.
Add the prepared muthias and cook for a few minutes.
Serve hot garnished with coriander.


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13 comments:

  1. Wow, quite an interesting dish, muthia and hare chana ki kari both makes me hungry.

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  2. Healthy and very interesting!!!! Love that last click a lot

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  3. That's so different and new for me Vaishali..though I have cooked with fresh channa, never thought of such a dish..very inviting!

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  4. Wow this is amazing. I just boil or roast the chana never thought of this kind of a yummy curry.
    Love it

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  5. A very interesting and delicious dish.

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  6. Thats a very interesting dish..Wonder where do I get green channa..wanted to try these Methi Na Muthia.

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  7. Wow! This is such a unique curry. I can't wait to make this at home!! Looks very inviting Vaishali...

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  8. Wow, what a yummy dish Vaishali. My husband loves hare chana too, will definitely try this dish for him.

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  9. I read up somewhere that the muthias are used in a gravy as well. This one sounds just as delicious.

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  10. Is hara channa, fresh green garbanzo beans! I have not tasted it before, but sounds delicious and nutritious! And what a lovely combo!

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  11. That combo sounds interesting and delicious, Vaishali.

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  12. yummmmm ! I love hara chana... should have seen this recipe in the winters so cud make them..bookmarking !

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