Punjabi Chole, also known as Chana Masala, is one of the most iconic dishes in Indian cuisine. It is a staple in most Indian restaurants and loved by all. With complex flavors and hearty texture, this restaurant style Chole or Channa recipe (made with garbanzo beans aka kabuli chana) can be enjoyed with rice, naan, bhatura or chapati/roti. Save a trip out to a restaurant and make this delicious Punjabi Chole Masala at home."Restaurant Style Punjabi Chole Masala | Chana Masala"
Are you looking for a healthy snack idea that you can munch on that is not popcorn, peanuts or chips? Crispy, Crunchy Chickpeas (or garbanzo beans in some circles) definitely fit the bill. With the slightest amount of oil, the fiber rich chickpeas, coated with a blend of savory spices, can be a surprisingly satisfying snack. This easy make ahead recipe will definitely be your next go-to indulgence. Scroll down for detailed video recipe. Ingredients:…"Roasted Crispy Crunchy Chickpeas | Spiced Garbanzo Beans"
Beans, beans, beans…and how many ways to enjoy them! Packed with proteins and good stuff, and used in so many cuisines around the world, they are flavorful and very versatile. Black beans are a favorite in our house and I have at times made them in place of Rajma (Kidney beans) and they turn out just amazing. In this recipe, the Black Beans have a Mexican flavor but feel free to change up the Taco…"Ultimate Black Beans Dip | Not from Can!"
We are all in this craziness together so why not make the most of your time at home. Sprouting mung or moong beans can be a fun way to teach your kids about the germination process and involve them in the kitchen and cooking. It will also save you some money. Just one cup of dry moong beans can yield a bucket load of sprouts. Use sprouted mung in salads or quick stirfrys or make…"Stay Home, Stay Safe and Sprout Mung Beans"