Thursday, June 30, 2011

Jaisalmeri Chana

Jaisalmeri chana is a traditional dish made in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, i crossed this wonderful and nutritious chana dish from here, i got hooked to this quick,easy and delicious masala immediately which i bookmarked few days back..Yesterday i prepared this chana dish to serve along with some rotis, both together turned out our dinner super filling,satisfying and super delicious...This masala goes for a quick preparation and its quite a fabulous dish to enjoy even along with rice, i enjoyed having the leftover simply for my snacks,everyone at home loved this delicious Jaisalmeri chana..



2cups Black channa (soaked & pressurecooked)
2cups Curd
2tbsp Besan flour
1tbsp Coriander powder
1tsp Amchoor powder
1tsp Chilly powder
1tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Garam masala powder
1tsp Chaat masala
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
2nos Cloves
1no Cardamom
1no Cinnamon stick
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1tsp Cumin seeds
Oil
Chopped coriander leaves

Heat enough oil in a pan, fry the cumin seeds, cinnamon stick,cloves, cardamom until they turns brown,meanwhile mix the curd,besan flour,coriander powder, amchoor powder, chilly powder,turmeric powder, garam masala powder, chaat masala,salt and keep aside with a cup of water..Add the asafoetida powder and green chillies to the fried spices and fry until the chillies gets well fried..

Now add the already prepared curd mixture and cook until its starts boiling, add the already cooked chana to the cooking gravy, add water in needed and cook in simmer for 15minutes, finally add the chopped coriander leaves and put off the stove, serve hot with rotis..



41 comments:

  1. My husband loves rajasthani food .. i think I should make this for him. It looks delicious.
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  2. Mmm...that looks healthy and delicious. Love the spices added. Thanks very muhc for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  3. very nice recipe n looks super delicious Priya...paakkave aasaiya erukku...kandippa try pannuven :)

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  4. I never cooked chana in besan flour..this looks very yummy priya!!!
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  5. Looks so nice and yummy .. I will try it out too.

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  6. hi priya like ur new recipes name of the recipe is also new to us gr8 dish must try it

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  7. wow very new to me !! nice and interesting recipe !!

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  8. super delicious chana curry, looks amazing,lovely recipe..

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  9. The gravy looks luscious ~ loved it!
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  10. The picture tells the story!! It must have tasted really great.. Another speciality here is that this curry does not demand onions... A tear free tasty curry indeed!! Bookmarked :-)

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  11. very interesting recipe dear...n' that too you seem to have used black channa....i love them...:)

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  12. lovely recipe, looks very delicious...

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  13. Hi Priya

    I too am bookmarking it. Loved the look if the Jaiselmeri Chana dal.

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  14. Very new type of curry, bookmarked it!

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  15. Thanks for sharing this recipe Priya! Looks delicious!

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  16. wow...so wonderful and tempting chana masala...

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  17. Very interesting and new one Priya...looks really delicious...thanks for sharing it dear...bookmarked :)

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  18. Looks so creamy and delish dear... Interesting one...

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  19. Very colorful and appetizing side-dish for chapathi!

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  20. healthy n tasty combination

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  21. From Paris to Rajasthan..that was a shortcut with this amazing jaiselmeri channa...wonderful

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  22. First time hearing this name...interesting!

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  23. The curry looks so tasty! Love the colour too.

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  24. Fab looking chana! I wud love to have this with Tandoori roti!

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  25. love chana but never had this.this is a great looking dish.

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  26. Awesome color Priya....Love the flavors of this curry....Perfect combo with some hot rotis

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  27. Love this chenna in youghurt gravy and like the color contrast of chenna and yoghurt gravy.

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  28. Very interesting & unique recipe, looks so good!

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  29. wow! tht looks scrumptious priya ..yumm..pls do send it over to my event flavours of rajasthan !

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  30. yumm!!! never tried chana in this way.. would love to taste it.

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  31. Thats an interesting dish, sounds flavourful

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  32. wow..thats one interesting chana recipe..never tried chana in this way..looks yum...:)

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  33. Very nice recipe....love the color of gravy!!

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  34. This too sounds like a wonderful curry. I'm so glad to see so many regional delicacies here in your site, Priya!

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  35. A very new and different dish, I am going to try this one too. Thanks Priya :)

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  36. wow this looks like close to home. mom used to make it. didnt know it was jaisalmeri

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