Saturday, January 16, 2010

Kadala (Black Channa) Curry


Ingredients:

  • Kadala 2 cup
  • Onion 2 big
  • Tomato 2
  • Ginger paste 1 Tsp
  • Garlic paste1 Tsp
  • Chilly pdr 1 Tsp
  • Turmeric pdr 1/2 Tsp
  • Corriander pdr 1Tsp
  • Garam masala 1/2 Tsp
  • Curry leaves
  • Mustard
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Oil

Soak channa overnight. Heat oil in a presure cooker and add mustard. When it splutters, add curry leaves, tomato and onion. When it turns golden brown, add ginger garlic paste and saute well. Reduce the heat and add all the powders into it and roast well. Then add channa. Mix well and pour required amount of water and salt. Cover and cook till it turns soft.

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45 comments:

  1. thanks for ur comment

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  2. Hey..this looks delicious...i can see some appams in the background..love those too !!

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  3. So chilly here today; this curry looks warm and inviting!

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  4. Hi. The Chana looks well cooked. Perfect to go with steamed rice.
    Your jackfuit fries are so tempting.

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  5. yummy curry..goes well with puttu,isn't it?

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  6. Looks nice to eat, can try some?

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  7. Perfect for chilly weather,looks mouthwatering n inviting...Ingredient looks simple n reachable....
    must give it a try..
    great entry....

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  8. Delicious curry Tina...I love this with rice :)

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  9. adipoli tina!!nice click and yummy combo with appams and puttu..

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  10. looks yummy... I love it with Puttu...

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  11. Yum ~ this looks so good.

    I have never tasted these flavor together, but I'm sure we would like it ~ perfect for a chilly evening!

    Beautiful photos ~ VERY nice!

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  12. adipoli tina!!nice clik and u know a gud presentation..

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  13. Yummy looking curry. Nice click

    Chitchat

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  14. My favorite! It's hot with that cute channas!

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  15. looks yummy...Made kadala curry yst..My version is diff will post it soon.

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  16. the curry looks delicious with that bread :) sounds filling and nice!!!

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  17. I like appam and kadala curry..yummo'

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  18. This curry is really a comfort food..Looks delish

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  19. Looking good Tina...would be great with puttu da

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  20. Looking yummy, Chana is one of my favourites... Tina, Wht is Puttu da?

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  21. black channa is one of our family fav dish..my mom use to make it with sooji halwa and poori once in a while ..love it..

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  22. easy yet yummy ! with wonderful click :)

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  23. Your curry looks so amazing! I love this quick and easy recipe. This would be perfect with some steamed rice, YUM!

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  24. Kadala curry looks good....I usually make with coconut....will try ur version next time.

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  25. Chana curry looks delicious and tempting.

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  26. I can eat anytime with anything this kadala curry..

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  27. The famous kadala curry and this goes well with puttu i think,looks mouthwatering!

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  28. hey tina...this one z my hubbys favourite dish...puttum kadala curryum entha combination...delightful...

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  29. adipoli combo..appam n kadala..yummmm

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  31. Just love this curry. Perfect with some roti or puttu :)

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  32. looks mpouthwatering.. just need some steaming hot puttu to go along..

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  33. Simple superb...Your channa curry looks delicious

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  34. Yummy kadale ssaru.... I love it with anything... & as u have captured with bread it is yum too....


    Ash...
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  35. Tina, Ur Kadala Curry looks so yummy and inviting. This reminds me I have'nt made this in a long time. I love ur presentation with ur mouthwatering appams.

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  36. Tina Curry Looks delicious dear ... nice combo and yet beautiful shot

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  37. Inviting curry,along with soft appam,simply superb

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