Channa Sundal

Channa Sundal, a healthy, low fat and low oil South Indian style protein rich snack, is generally served as prasadam after puja during religious festivals like Navratri and Janmashtami.

Channa Sundal

Channa Sundal

Channa Sundal, a healthy, low fat and low oil South Indian style protein rich snack, is generally served as prasadam after puja during religious festivals like Navratri and Janmashtami.

Category : Vegetarian, Others

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By Karthika Rajendran

Published On: 29 May 2016

Rating: 4
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1 Hours
Served : 3
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Ingredients

  • channa 1 cup
    onion 1 no.
    green chili 3 no.
    curry leaves 5 no.
    mustard 1/2 tsp
    broken urad dal 1/4 tsp
    bengal gram 1/4 tsp
    grated coconut 4 tsp
    salt to taste
    oil 4 tsp

Directions (Click image to enlarge it)

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Step 1 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 1

Soak the channa for 3 hour and cook it by add salt

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Step 2 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 2

chop the onion and green chili

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Step 3 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 3

heat the oil in the pan and temper the mustard, broken urad dal and bengal gram

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Step 4 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 4

add onion, green chili and curry leaves and saute it for 5 mins in medium flame

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Step 5 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 5

add salt and turmeric powder and mix it

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Step 6 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 6

add boiled channa and mix well and allow to cook for 3 mins

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Step 7 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 7

add grated coconut and mix it

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Step 8 Channa Sundal Recipe

Step 8

now channa sundal is ready to serve

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