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Achari Chana Pulao/ Achari Chole Pulao or Pickle spiced chickpea rice is a brilliant twist in bringing out the pickle flavor in the rice and channa (chickpea) cooked together spiced with deciduous basmati rice and serve raita,salad.
Achari Chana Pulao/ Achari Chole Pulao or Pickle spiced chickpea rice is a brilliant twist in bringing out the pickle flavour in the rice and channa (chickpea) cooked together spiced with achar (pickle). Chana or the Read More..
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Achari Chana Pulao/ Achari Chole Pulao or Pickle spiced chickpea rice is a brilliant twist in bringing out the pickle flavour in the rice and channa (chickpea) cooked together spiced with achar (pickle). Chana or the Chickpeas or Kabuli Chana when cooked, taste extremely good, is nutritious and a healthy option. This rice based preparation is tangy, highly aromatic and pickle flavoured pulao that most of us can’t resist without taking a bite. Achar in Hindi literally means pickle and it is one of the most sought after condiment in all Indian homes especially South India. Indian pickles are often made with vegetables or the unripe form of fruits.
Pickling is also one of those magical preservation methods that extends the food’s shelf life but also take its flavors around the world. There are a variety of foods in Indian cuisine that are pickled. Green Mangoes, Gooseberries (amla) and lemons are the common foods that are pickled in Indian cuisine and most Indian homes. Most of the Indian families have their own unique pickle and chutney recipes that are passed on from generation to generation. Other common and essential ingredients that are used in pickling are edible oils like sesame oil, mustard oil and different Indian spices like asafetida, turmeric powder, red chilli powder, fenugreek and plenty of salt.
There are some regions that specialize in pickling meats, fish and prawns. Vegetables can also be combined in pickles to make mixed vegetable pickle. Some varieties of fruits and vegetables are small enough to be used whole. In south India, most vegetables are sun dried with spices and pickled. Vegetables that may be sun-dried and pickled include amla (gooseberry), unripe mango, lime, garlic, ginger, chillies, tomatoes, onions, gongura (sorrel leaves), combinations of these, coriander, brinjal (eggplant), bitter gourd etc. Most Indian food lover’s, start their meal with little hot rice, ghee and pickle. This is just heavenly, divine and extremely delectable.
Achari Chana Pulao is one such fantastic rice preparation that can be served when you have guest who visit you without prior intimation. Pickles are one condiment that is available in all Indian home. Some awesome, flavourful cooked basmati rice added with the goodness of chana (garbanzo) and spiced with pickle is just divine to the palate. Do try this recipe and just worth the effort. It’s truly delectable, appetizing and fast to prepare. Chickpeas Garbanzo beans or chickpeas are usually used to prepare a wide range of vegetarian foods in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and the UK as they are a major source of protein in a vegetarian culture.
One such widely popular dish especially prepare in north Indian cuisine is Channa masala. Aloo Chole is another dish that is commonly available in most food stalls in major cities like Punjab, Delhi, Karachi and Lahore. Apart from offering its goodness of savour and flavours to the dish, the garbanzo beans also come with a bountiful of nutritional benefits to keep us healthy and fit. These beans provide an excellent source of molybdenum and they are a good source of folic acid, fiber and manganese. They are a rich source of protein as well as minerals such as iron, copper, zinc and magnesium. Garbanzo beans are extremely low in fat, can help lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels.
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Tirath Chhatriwala Posted on Thu Aug 15 2013
He put in my one month's grocery of green chillies in one dish! Too many spices there. Chef, I wonder if you make any dishes using Base Gravy method. Wud like to see your style.Reply 0 - Replies
sweety197 Posted on Fri Aug 16 2013
chef iam a grt fan of your recipes, would like to know if there is a substitute for curd/yogurt in all the pulao/biryani and gravies you make and is there a substitute for wheat or maida for the snacks you make, any response will be of grt help.Reply 0 - Replies
Huzefa Saifee Posted on Fri Aug 16 2013
I'm down with flu.... and i think this would be great. You are such a relief chef.Reply 0 - Replies
kanan1525 Posted on Thu Aug 15 2013
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