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112 boiled kabuli chana recipes

Last Updated : Mar 02,2019


उबले हुए काबुली चने रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (boiled kabuli chana recipes in Hindi)
ઉકાળેલા કાબુલી ચણા રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (boiled kabuli chana recipes in Gujarati)

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boiled kabuli chana indian recipes. Kabuli Chana, also known as white chickpeas, are a part of the legumes family. They are small, hard and knobby in shape and are pale white in color. They are used in Indian Cuisine as well as international cuisine in many different types of recipes. To cook kabuli chana properly and in less time, they first need to be soaked for at least 4 to 5 hours for them to soften a bit and then they can either be boiled or pressure cooked. They have a nutty flavor and become super creamy when mashed.

International Boiled Kabuli Chana Recipes

Hummus Dip with Tahini PasteHummus Dip with Tahini Paste

The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of chickpeas is Hummus. Hummus is a Lebanese dip/spread made by blending boiled chickpeas and is flavored with garlic, olive oil and tahini. There can be many flavors in hummus as well like Spinach Hummus, Herbed Hummus and Spicy Garlic Hummus. It is creamy and delicious and can be served along with pita bread sticks, or even vegetable sticks like carrots and cucumber. This hummus is used as a spread in sandwiches as well or can be used to make an innovative Mediterranean Pizza.

Falafel in Whole Wheat Pita PocketsFalafel in Whole Wheat Pita Pockets

Falafels are tiny, deep fried Lebanese balls mostly eaten stuffed into pita bread pockets and served alongside different dressings and salad to eat as a whole meal. It tastes absolutely delicious and finger licking! These falafel balls can also be eaten as a Lebanese wrap, made in whole wheat flat bread. Simple boiled chickpeas can also be added to a simple Lettuce and Bean salad.

Indian Boiled Kabuli Chana Recipes

Beans and Amaranth Leaves DalBeans and Amaranth Leaves Dal

In India, when you think of Kabuli Chana, your head always first goes to Chole. Chole is an Indian subzi with added spices traditionally eaten with Puri. It is spicy, flavorful and mouth-watering, a perfect Sunday meal. It can be added to different subzis and dals as well like Beans and Amaranth Leaves Dal. This iron rich combination works wonders on health and your palate, and will be loved by everyone.

Kabuli Chana BiryaniKabuli Chana Biryani

Chickpeas are used in all parts of the country, even the eastern states. Kumror Chhokka, a Bengali Potato and Pumpkin subzi has another textural component, chickpeas, while adding nuttiness to it. The usage is not limited to subzis and dals, it can also be used to add a new and surprising flavor to the humble biryani. Kabuli Chana Biryani makes a wonderful dish, together with tomatoes, curds and spices that meld together very well.

Boiled Kabuli Chana Recipes

Papadi, Potato and Chick Pea ChaatPapadi, Potato and Chick Pea Chaat

Boiled Kabuli Chana, just with a little spice and salt, makes one heck of a snack. Either eaten like this or as different types of chats, it is always a winner ingredient. Whether it's the plain Chana Chat with pieces of paneer and zesty chaat masala or the Papdi, Potato and Chickpea Chaat, with the tangy and spicy chutneys blessing your palate, Kabuli chana will always remain a fan favorite. Not only that, it can be used to make tikkis with other ingredients, one of my favorites being just the plain and humble Chickpea Tikkis.

Enjoy our collection of boiled kabuli chana indian recipes.



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An all-rounder that contains ingredients from four cereal groups – cereals, pulses, veggies and oil, the chickpea and mint rice is a satiating one-dish meal. The brown rice and mixed veggies used in this delicious preparation provide not just nutrients but also lots of fibre, to keep cholesterol lev ....
A lip-smacking chaat that is loved all over India, and now globally too, the Chole Tikki Chaat is most enjoyed at roadside stalls, but is definitely more satisfying when you make it at home for your family or for a Party . Here, we show you ho ....
While we commonly make quick and easy versions of hummus with chickpeas, garlic and curds, this is a slightly more elaborate hummus dip enhanced with tahini paste. This authentic recipe has a rich mouth-feel and really strong flavour. Apart from the exciting flavour of tahini paste, the strong t ....
Hummus, the famous traditional Lebanese spread, has a creamy chickpea texture. It tastes fantastic when served as apart of a mezze platter with Pita Bread or ve ....
For those who love the complex interplay of spices in pickles, this Pulao will be a dream come true. Rice, fortified with kabuli chana, is perked up with an interesting assortment of spices ranging from nigella and fenugreek to fennel seeds and black cardamoms, along with some readymade spice powder ....
The very sight of sizzling chana being constantly turned around in the tavas of roadside chaat-wallahs is enough of trigger the gastronomic juices! would it not be wonderful to recreate that wonderful tava chana experience at your own garden cocktail party? cooked kabuli chana, prepared in a lip-sma ....
Hummus is an ever-popular Mediterranean dip made of chick peas, garlic, olive oil and other ingredients. This is a spicy variant of the same, spiked up with red chilli paste. Curd gives the Spicy Garlic Hummus a creamy texture and tangy flavour, which complements the other ingredients beautifull ....
The Urban Dictionary defines a Buddha Bowl as “a bowl which is packed so full that it has a rounded belly appearance on the top much like the belly of a Buddha.” Commonly, the term is used to describe a salad lunch that’s chock-full of healthy ingredients, including veggies, beans or lentils, an ....
Name the texture, name the flavour, and you are sure to find it in this exciting salad. From cucumber for a juicy crunch, and kabuli chana for a mealy touch, to barley and mushrooms for chewiness and sun-dried tomatoes for tang, this Salads features a wide assort ....
With iron-rich poha and protein-rich kabuli chana, Power Poha is an ideal breakfast that provides for your kids’ active days and constant growth. Bright yellow poha, interspersed with everybody’s favourite kabuli chana, with tomatoes for added brightness and lemon juice for a refreshing tang, Power ....
This tongue-tickling salad is a desi dream come true! Cooked chana and potato cubes are dressed in a characteristically Indian way, with a lemony mix of chaat masala and cumin seeds powder. Laced with sesame oil and dotted with chopped coriander, this peppy dressing transforms the ingredients ....
Chick peas which are rich in protein, calcium and fibre are blended with vitamin a and e laden parsley to make this healthy dip. Enjoy it with whole wheat pita or simply use it as a sandwich spread to make a quick snack.
Here is a quick and exciting version of Chana Chaat, which kids will love even more than the elaborate version. Loaded with refreshing cucumber, succulent paneer, crunchy spring onions and other flavourful ingredients, this Chana Chaat is sure to be enjoyed thoroughly by kids. A dash of chaat ....
Anybody is game to feast on tikkis at just about any hour of the day! Such is the appetizing power of this aromatic and tasty snack. If you thought plain potato tikkis are toothsome enough, you will just go ga-ga over this enhanced version that includes white chickpeas, soya granules and garlic past ....
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