Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Green Peas Masala Sundal

Sundal, this beans/legumes sauteed evening snacks filled with proteins is our family favourite. I do varieties of sundal with vegetables or simply go for a tempered ones. This time i tried this green peas masala sundal with dried green peas, which i usually soak overnite. Dried green peas tastes fabulous in sundal than the fresh green peas or than the frozen ones. Personally i love to make curries with dried and soaked green peascoz they will be always in pantry than the fresh and frozen one. Soaked peas,later frozened are more handy and they are available at any moment of the day to dish out of them. I'll never forget to get a packet of dried green peas from Indian groceries,coming to today's post this masala sundal goes for both grated mango and coconut.



This sundal sounds almost like the beach sundal we usually make at home with yellow peas, but this one is with green peas with slight changes. Sundal is one of the healthiest, nutritious snacks even Doctors in India advice the aged peoples to take atleast often in their menus.Grated mangoes and coconuts gives an excellent taste to this simple but still a delicious sundal. Next time, if you have some dried green peas, do try this healthy snack and enjoy. My theme of this week's blogging marathon is Pick an ingredient, and i picked green peas from the list given by Srivalli. Yesterday's post was addictive crispy balls with tinned green peas and carrots and today am sharing this interesting, healthy snacks with dried green peas, obviously this post goes for this third week of blogging marathon.Sending this post to Ahlan Ramadan-The Healthy Way.. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#41. 


1cup Green peas(dry)
1tbsp Oil
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/2tsp Urad dal
1no Onion (chopped)
2no Green chillies(chopped)
2nos Garlic clove (crushed)
1tsp Ginger (grated)
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1/4tsp Chaat masala
1no Dry red chilly(broken as 2)
Few Curry leaves
1/4cup Coconut(grated)
1/4cup Raw mango (grated)


Soak the yellow peas overnite with enough water.

Pressure cook upto a whistle with enough salt, drain the cooked water and keep aside.

Heat the oil in a kadai, add the mustard seeds, urad dal, red chilli pieces, asafoetida powder and let them splutters.

Add immediately the chopped onion, grated ginger, crushed garlic cloves, chopped green chillies,curry leaves and stir until the onions turns transculent.

Add the cooked green peas, garam masala powder, chaat masala, toss gently for a while.

Now add the grated coconut, grated raw mango pieces and toss everything in simmer for a while until everything get well mixed.

Put off the stove..

Serve hot.

29 comments:

  1. What a lovely sundal Priya..I especially love when it is spicy and tangy..very nice pic..

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  2. is that bowl waiting for me ?? i think yes..:)

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  3. very healthy and protein rich snack,I had forgotten this totally thanks for reminding via ur post <3

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  4. lovely sundal.. I am having my coffee looking at this tempting sundal :) Wish I could take that cup out.

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  5. very healthy crunch munch,yummm :)

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  6. Sounds like the pattani sundal we have in Pondicherry beach. Looks so yumm...

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  7. Yum mouth watering dish..also low on calories. .very well prepared.

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  8. Yum mouth watering dish..also low on calories. .very well prepared.

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  9. Un bol aux saveurs multiples.
    Certainement délicieux.
    J'en veux.
    A bientôt

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  10. One of my favorite sundals...looks so good Priya!

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  11. Healthy and tasty looking sundal.
    Deepa

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  12. thats a lovely looking snack.

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  13. tempting sundal recipe.. thankx for sharing

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  14. I love the combination of spices added for this sundal. Looks so healthy and delicious.

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  15. I love green peas and this looks so good

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  16. it made my mouth water..reading the recipe i mean and the picture looks amazing as well

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  17. I loved it.usually to me Sundal means with kabooli channa... this looks innovative Thanks for linking

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  18. Wow super delicious sundal aks, very tempting too. Would love to have this with my cup of tea.

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