Saturday, June 11, 2016

Hare Chane ki Sabzi


BM # 65
Week: 2, Day : 2
Theme: One veggie cooked in 3 ways



For the second day with cooking one vegetable in three ways I have a simple yet flavorful curry made from these fresh green Channa. The green Channa is a winter supply and I have this post from my drafts. Since I made it in winters I served this with rice and radish and chilly ginger pickle, which are a winter specialty too. These Channa are made in a typical Punjabi style.



Hare Chane ki Sabzi

Ingredients
1 cup fresh green channa
2 onions, finely chopped
2 flakes garlic
A small piece ginger
2 tomatoes
1/2 tsp red chilly powder
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
1/2 tsp coriander powder
1/8 tsp Garam masala
Salt to taste


Method
Heat 2-4 tsp oil in a pressure cooker.
Add the onions , garlic and ginger.
Cook till the onions turn pink.
Add tomatoes.
Simmer the gas and cook till soft and mushy.
Switch off the gas and let the mix cool.
Blend this mixture to a smooth paste and return back to the pressure cooker.
Add all dry spices and the Channa.
Cook for a while till all the moisture has dried up.
Add water and check consistency.
Pressure cook for 2-3 whistles.
Serve hot with rice.


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9 comments:

  1. I never made a curry with fresh green Chana. It is always sautéed as a snack or goes into pualos. Curry is tempting and maybe I should try it with some frozen green Chana that I have in my freezer.

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  2. Lipsmacking sabzi, just want to enjoy this dish with some rotis.

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  3. This dish is another favorite just like roasted hara chana. I loved your version!

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  4. I love such gravies..goes so well with rotis right..

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  5. MMm this is delicious Vaishali. We will absolutely love it.

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  6. I have only had fresh Chana in dry recipes. This one with gravy looks awesome

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  7. That is a delicious curry with fresh chickpeas.

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  8. I made this once for Haryana region, but have not posted it in the blog. Looks wonderful Vaishali!

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  9. another fab recipe for me to utilize green chana - will try definitely

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