Try These Delicious Kabuli Chana Snacks Recipes - 24 Mantra Organic

Try These Delicious Kabuli Chana Snacks Recipes - 24 Mantra Organic

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Mouth-watering Kabuli Chana Chaat recipes to try at home


Kabuli chana, especially the organic variant, is high in antioxidants, minerals, vitamins, fibre, starch, and protein. With all of these benefits, this is definitely something to incorporate into your diet, irrespective of whether that’s in a full meal or as a snack. When it comes to kabuli chana snacks recipes, we’ve got an absolutely delicious kabuli chana chaat dish that you must try!

Kabuli chana chaat recipes

What’s better than one mouth-watering kabuli chana chaat recipe? One delectable chaat recipe with the perfect chutneys accompanying them! Depending on the amount of spice that you usually enjoy and the flavours you are looking for, you can modify the recipe below.

Kabuli chana chaat with amchur

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This kabuli chana chaat recipe is the more traditional, classical take on this particular chaat.

  1. Soak two cups of white kabuli chana overnight or for eight hours on the day that you are going to prepare the chaat. Then, pressure cook this with a little salt for about thirty minutes or four whistles in the cooker.
  2. Boil one potato, finely chop this and keep aside with two finely chopped onions, two finely chopped tomatoes, three finely chopped green chillies, and chopped coriander. You can add more green chillies depending on how spicy you want your chaat to be.
  3. Mix all of this well in a large bowl and now get ready to add the spices that can make or break your dish!
  4. Add two spoons of chaat masala, half a spoon of dried mango powder or amchur and squeeze a whole lemon into this mixture.
  5. Now, you can either add aloo bhujia or sev to the top of this entire quantity or separate this into smaller bowls and add the dressing to each individually.

For a different take on this recipe, you can replace dry mango powder with black salt and vary up the flavours in this chaat.

Chutneys that go with kabuli chana chaat

The two most basic chutneys to pair with any chaat are one sweet and one spicy. Here, we’ve given you a recipe for each.

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For the spicy chutney that is usually green, take two cups of coriander, one cup of mint, 4-5 cloves of garlic, two green chillies, one inch of grated ginger, 3/4 spoon of chaat masala, the juice from half a lemon, 1/2 cup of water, and salt to taste. Blend all of this together and add water as needed until you get the consistency you want.

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For the sweet chutney that is made primarily using tamarind, all you need is 60 grams of tamarind and 60 grams of jaggery. You can also take the same quantity of seedless dates if you want to add more sweetness to the chutney. Add two cups of water to all of this and bring to a slow boil for ten minutes in a pan. Blend this in a mixie and strain to remove the skin and impurities from the mixture. Once you reach the consistency you need, add a teaspoon of fennel powder, 3/4 teaspoon of chilli powder, 1/2 teaspoon coriander powder, 1/2 teaspoon ginger powder, 1 teaspoon cumin powder, and salt to taste. Mix all of this well and boil for two minutes more. Allow this to cool before eating to be able to enjoy this to the maximum!

While this is just one of the many kabuli chana snacks recipes out there, it is definitely a crowd-pleaser and is perfect for serving when you have guests over. And remember, organic chickpeas are even better as they don’t have harmful chemicals and additives.

We hope you enjoy this combination of kabuli chana chaat and pudina and tamarind chutney!

Try 24 Mantra Organic’s Kabuli Chana and savour the taste of organic goodness.

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