This one reminded me of The beach “patani sundal in India.. They are always special and most of them love to grab some when they visit.
This is again very easy and a healthy recipe.
I have used the canned beans here. Which is pre soaked and pre boiled. You can also use the Raw beans and soak it over night and boil it in pressure cooker or a steamer. Which ever works well for you.
Diving into the recipe.
Chickpea/ Chana- 1 can
Green peas – 3/4 cup
Raw mango- 1/4 cup
Raw ginger -1/4 piece
Grated coconut- 1 tablespoon
Homemade curry powder – 1 & 1/4 tablespoon
Turmeric powder -1/2 teaspoon
Salt – as needed
Asafetida -1/2 teaspoon
Red chili powder -1/2 teaspoon
Mustard- 3/4th teaspoon
Urad dal-1 teaspoon
Ghee -3 teaspoon
1. Wash the boiled chickpea and green peas and keep them in a strainer draining the water. If you want to boil just in case do it in microwave for couple of minutes that’s sufficient, as we don’t want the beans to be too mushy.
2. Grate the raw mango and raw ginger.
3. In a pan add ghee and add mustards, urad dal and curry leaves. Let it splutter.
4. Add in the grated mango and sauté for a minute. Add turmeric, chili powder and salt and toss well. Then add the boiled beans.
5. Mix in everything together and add fresh ginger (grated) on to it. Then add the home made curry powder.
6. Cook for three minutes and then add the grated coconut and toss together and let it stay for couple of minutes and then turn the flame off and serve hot.
1. I did not add onions or coriander leaves or lemon juice for the exact beach effect. If you want you can surely add them.
2. Those who are not aware of the curry powder please check in my page or Facebook page that’s connected I have given the recipe or the post itself. It’s easy to make. If you cannot, plz add green chilies or chili powder itself along with little coriander powder and cumin powder.
3. If you prefer to add garlic please do.
4. Skip coconut if you don’t want to.
5. Ghee can be replaced with oil.
6. Instead of lemon juice if Incase you plan to add lemon juice, add chaat masala on that place to compensate the tanginess.
Any other doubts comment below.!
End result.! 👇🏽