Ingredients

How to make it

  • In a pan heat Oil.
  • Add cinnamon, cardamom, clove, bay leaf .stir for 10 seconds
  • Now add Onion paste. Fry until the raw smell of onion is gone. Then add ginger garlic paste. Fry until the raw smell is gone. Next add tomato paste. Fry until it’s cooked. Add Curd and water from boiled channa (water required for the consistency of the gravy). Add the masala. Let the masala cook for 5 – 10 min. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves. Good with Indian bread (Roti).

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  • sosousme 9 years ago
    This is lovely and I would love to make it fresh. I will have to see if I can find all the ingredients; although the internet is a great source if I don't want to make it tomorrow :-) Thank you for this I look forward to more of your Indian cooking.
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  • luisascatering 9 years ago
    beautiful!
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  • nithyaca2008 10 years ago
    Thanks guys... Good see ur comments. Hi chuckieb, thanks for your efforts to try the recipe.
    When i meant curd, it is plain yougurt (any % of fat will do, as the % of fat increases the richness of the recipe increases).
    Chat Masala - is a masala which has more of black salt, Jeera, cloves, dry mango powderetc..
    Channa Masal has lots more than that of chat masala or garam masala.It has more than 10 items fried and powdered. So it is better to buy it.
    Dhaniya is nothing bur coriander seeds.If you get it well and good. If you don't get thats fine. :-)
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  • chuckieb 10 years ago
    Welcome to Group Recipes Nithyaca. Great picture and I love your recipe!
    Am a little confused over a couple of the ingredients though. When you say 'curd'...what kind of curd? I don't know the difference between Chat and Channa Masala. I do have Garam Masala in the cupboard. And...I have never heard of Dhaniya powder so I'm going to have to go look that up too. Luckily we have a great Indian Grocery store not far away so I am optimistic I'll be successful hunting the ingredients down.
    Have fun on Group Recipes. Welcome, and I look forward to more of your lovely recipes!
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  • kristopher 10 years ago
    Agree. This looks and sounds so delicious. Wonderful post (and featured on the homepage!).
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  • gourmetana 10 years ago
    Great flavors, I love it. Thank you for sharing.
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