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I love rajma masala.. yours look inviting...
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Hi ,
Thanks for dropping by... Muffin looks super delicious...Love the flavour of orange....Happy following you :)
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Hi ,I am Tamilarasi from TamilsKitchen.I blog at Happy to see my co blogger friends here...Thanks for your invitation viji....

Palak Channa Masala
This is a good side dish for Chappati/Roti or can have with steamed rice.
Palak leaves - 2 bunches
Channa - 1 cup (Soaked overnight or 8 hours and boiled)
Oinon - 1 bigsize
Tomatoes - 2 mediumsized
Green chilli - 2
Gingergarlic paste - 1tspn
Corriander powder - 1tspn
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tspn
Chilli powder - 1/2 tspn
Garam masala powder- 1/2tspn
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tspn
Aafoetida - a pinch
Puree the tomatoes with grren chillies
Heat oil in a kadai .Splutter the cumin seeds and add asafoetida.
Add Finely chopped onions and cook till transperant.
Add the gingergarlic paste and saute till the raw smell goes off.
Now add the tomatoo puree and cook for 5 min or until the oil floats on the top.
Add the spice powders one by one leaving garam masala powder.
Saute it for 2 min and add the chopped palak leaves .
Nicely coat the leaves with the masala and add a splash of water and cover and cook for 5 min.
Now add the salt and the cooked chickpeas and the garam masala powder.
Let it boil for another 5 min in low flame.
Garnish it with freshly chopped corriander leaves.
Now all done and ready to taste.
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