Kadalakkari - featuring chickpea and coconut l Kukskitchen

Fancy a quick chana curry to accompany ur puttu or batura or even a lazy-FZ porotta-evening? Here is the perfect recipe for u. It is quick and easy and uses store-cupboard-ingredients. 

Ingredients

1 - Chana / Kadala /chick pea - cooked - 200g 
2 - Coconut grated - 1/2 cup or less according to ur taste
     Meat or chicken masala - 2 tsp
     Salt to taste
3 - Curry leaves - only if u have them in stock
4 - Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
5 - Oil - 2 tbsp
6 - Coconut milk powder - 2 tsp
     Hot water - 3 tbsp

Method

- Grind (2) with 2 tbsp of cooked chana and enough water to a smooth paste.
- If using dried chana, cook pre-soaked chana in enough water and salt in a pressure cooker for 20 minutes after first whistle.
- Heat a oil in a pan and add mustard seeds and wait till they splutter. 
- Add curry leaves (if u have them).
- Add the ground paste and saute for a few minutes.
- Now add cooked chana and let it simmer for 3-4 minutes. 
- Mix coconut milk powder in hot water till no lumps and add this to the curry.
- Let it simmer for another 3-4 minutes.
- Your curry is ready to serve. 




The ideal accompaniment to this kadalakkari is every keralan's favourite breakfast - hot steamed puttu.

Enjoy!!!








     

11 comments:

  1. excellent clicks :)

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    1. thanks PT :) Do come again.

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  2. Sherin, this looks awesome!

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    1. Thanks Rev. :) Do come again

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  3. Kadalayum puttum adipoli. Looks great.

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  4. I am your newest follower.

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    1. thanks Swathi. Pls do come again. :)

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  5. Those are wonderful pictures of a yummy dish :) happy to be here :)

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    1. Thanks 'now serving' come again :)

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  6. Looks delicious! I make kadala curry with black channa and fry coconut with masala and grind it for the gravy. Your version also looks so yummy. This time I will try this. Is it good for Roti also?

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    1. It is brilliant for roti. My mums is like urs. It looks dark brown doesn't it?

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