12)Add the above seasoning into the kadala curry and mix well.
So, you just got yourself a spicy kadala curry which can be made within minutes and that too without too much bothera. However, if you do not want to opt for the readymade masala powder and stick to the conventional method, u can dry roast coriander powder, chilly powder, garam masala powder and turmeric powder. In case of which, switch off the flame after frying the coconut and then add the powders. This is done to reduce the chances of burning the powders while frying on high flame. (A small tip for cooking novicesa 🙂
And to conclude, a quick look at the nutrient aspects of Kadalaa. A good source of proteins and various minerals and being exceptionally high in dietary fiber, consumption of Kadala has proved to be very healthy. Accdg to study reports, it is also considered to be a good source of carbohydrates for those with insulin sensitivity or diabetes.
So, for all Kadala hatersa. consider all the above time and health aspectsa do get a pack of Kadala today itself and include it to your max¦m in your cuisine as wella. and what better way to start offa than with my own instant, spicy and healthy recipe? 🙂 Do try to include around 10 - 15 cooked chickpeas in your diet daily and make your life fit and healthy......
So, on that healthy note, happy cooking!!!!
*** Note :
You can use either Black Kadala (Desi Chana) or White Kadala (Kabuli Chana) for this recipe though I usually prefer Kabuli ones…. You can reduce the amount of coconut too if you are too bothered about the Cholesterol or the “C” factor… and avoid the inclusion of coconut chips as well. Now as for the usage of the readymade masala powder, I gave it a try instead as I always used to get confused with the measurements of the coriander, chilly powders etc…. However, this masala mix definitely saves a lot of time and energy as you don’t have to sauté it along with coconut and moreover, can move around with the measurements too accdg to your liking of spiciness.