Tag: Chickpeas

Posted By Ravi Talwar

Punjabi Chhole

This is the recipe for making lip smacking Punjabi Chhole at home. This is a popular North Indian dish served at restaurants. It is the perfect party dish loved by kids and adults alike. Check out the Hindi version ofContinue Reading

Posted By Ravi Talwar


Falafel is a Middle-Eastern culinary food which is a deep fried ball or patty. This fried ball consists of ground chickpeas / fava beans or both and is usually served in a pita pocket or wrapped in a flatbread. TheseContinue Reading

Posted By Ravi Talwar

Chana Masala Sandwich

Easy to make, this Chana Masala Sandwich is yummy and filling. Stuffed with chickpeas cooked in tangy Indian spices, this dish is a must try for those who like a little spice in their meals. Perfect little appetizers that youContinue Reading

Stuffed Jalapeno Fritters
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Stuffed Jalapeno Fritters

Fritters are quite a popular snack and are prepared using various recipes with different ingredients to create immense varieties. What if we told you there was a way to make vegan fritters that are just as delicious!! Here’s an easy recipeContinue Reading

Posted By Sukriti Taneja

Easy Beetroot Salad

Salads are evergreen and you don’t need to be a chef to make them. Just a little creativity and a knack for flavors, and you can turn chopped veggies into a beautiful, tasteful salad. That holds true for this easyContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Falafel Muffins

Falafel in baked muffin form – now that’s a new idea! Falafel is a common dish eaten throughout the Middle East, especially in UAE and has chickpeas as the main ingredient. This is a savory and delicious dish that canContinue Reading

Gol Gappe
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Gol Gappe (Pani Puri)

Pani Puri, Puchka, Batasha – all of these are synonyms of Gol Gappe which is a popular street food all over India. Fried puffed crispy suji balls filled with spicy-flavored water, Gol Gappe is a welcome snack at any timeContinue Reading

Posted By Madhu Talwar

Chhole Bhature

Deep fried bhatura served with spicy chhole, this dish makes for a typical breakfast or day time meal in North and Central India. Usually served with onions and pickle, it is a complete, filling meal and can be made quiteContinue Reading

Posted By Ravi Talwar

Raj Kachori

Sour, sweet, spicy, the Indian Raj Kachori is a unique combo of all these flavors. Yogurt, potatoes, veggies and more filled within a fried sooji covering make this popular snack a favorite for all. Here’s the recipe to make thisContinue Reading