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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Chickpeas Sundal recipe -How to make sundal- Channa sundal

Chickpeas Sundal Recipe - How to make Sundal - Channa Sundal

Sundal can be done with any bean seed of your choice though chickpeas is very commonly used.A snack which is low in fat, high in proteins ,very healthy and also filling. After kids come back from school, you can give them any sundal as a snack.You can have it as a tea time snack also.

Channa SundalIngredients needed

Chick peas /channa /garbanzo beans -1 cup
Raw mango finely chopped or grated- 1/4 cup (optional)
Coconut - grated 1/4 cup

For the seasoning

Mustard - 1 tsp
Urad dal -1 1/2 tsp
Red chillies -2 broken into pieces
Hing/ asafoetida - 2 pinches
Curry leaves -little
Oil -2 tsp

Preparation

Soak chickpeas in water overnight. Rinse well, add fresh water and pressure cook with required salt till soft.The channa/chickpeas should be soft but not mushy. Drain the excess water and keep aside.

Method

Heat oil in a pan/kadai, add mustard seeds when it splutters, add urad dal, red chillies, hing and curry leaves. Fry till urad dal turns golden brown.

Add raw mango and saute for a few minutes.

Then add cooked channa, salt and grated coconut and give it a nice stir.
(add less salt as we have already added to the chick peas/channa while cooking)

Channa sundal is ready to be served.

Other sundal recipes

Peanut sundal

This recipe is on its way to way to My Legume love#26 affair started by Susan and hosted by Briciole

Meet you all again with an interesting recipe, till then it is bye from padhu of padhuskitchen.

35 comments:

  1. My all time favourite sundal, nutritious snacks..yumm..

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  2. My fav.I make this often.Looks really yummy!

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  3. Thanks for sharing the nutrious snacks,luks delicious...

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  4. Yum! So simple, healthy and good!

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  5. i love ur clicks very much this time,so gorgeous.
    Sundal too looks nice and love the addition of raw mangoes in it

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  6. nice preparation padhu...we use black channa daal for choondal...lovely recipe..

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  7. Hey thats something new to me! Looks gorgeous...the best part..almost no oil!! :)

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  8. Awesome Clicks!!!! Love that Moongil/Ratan Bowl!!!

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  9. Sundal looks delicious. I love this one a lot most of them it is our snack for tea.

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  10. my all time fav..sundal looks tempting padhu.

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  11. Looks very tempting - perfect easy snack and protein packed. Nice!

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  12. My favorite sundal. Looks great.

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  13. Simple n healthy..looks nice!!

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  14. I like this..Reminds me of our ex-neighbor who fondly used to share this with us :-)

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  15. Thanks for visiting and leaving commnets in my blog..will Follow u and try ur recipes...Sure will give feed back padhu...

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  16. I can eat chickpeas with anything even with sprinkling of red chilly and salt. I'm so trying this :D

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  17. Healthy snacking options are hard to find...
    So I am glad I came across this healthy as well as delicious version of the chana! Loved it!

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  18. Very beautifully presented. Sundal looks tempting and good for health.

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  19. Ur Presentation is too good padhu...looks Tempting and will grab for ur pic

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  20. Padhu...thanks for visiting my blog...will go through ur recipes too and try some...

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  21. ohh am loving the basket and presentation...i love sundal with a good movie am happy girl :)

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  22. It sounds like an excellent snack. Thanks for participating.

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  23. wow. looks so delicious.try it soon.

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  24. Hi Padhu, I have been following your blog for some time now. Wanted to share a small tip - if you find it useful. Excess water from pressure cooking chickpeas, chowli, mung can actually make good rasam and soup. It is also healthy. For eg., the excess water while preparing chickpea sundal can be kept aside, add a bit of tamarind, rasam powder and boil - similar to tomato rasam. Add a bit of sugar and salt to taste. end with a seasoning of mustard seeds, curry leaves and hing in ghee.

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  25. Thank u so much for d recipes..nvr entered d kitchen b4..nw my Amma is very happy..am following only ur recipes

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