Friday, August 20, 2010

Kadhi Chhole - कढ़ी छोले (Chickpeas in Yogurt Gravy) - From Lisa's Kitchen

Hello friends,


As you guys can see the trend, I am pretty bored with my own cooking, so using lots of bookmarked recipes. Lucky me, that I have so many wonderful options. Following the same pattern, here is another wonderful recipe from one of our fellow blogger Lisa from Lisa's Kitchen.


Kadhi Chhole - कढ़ी छोले (Chickpeas in Yogurt Gravy) is jus one of such recipes that I found in her blog, which I tried last night and came out really really well. I had never heard/prepared or ate it before. So, a pleasant surprise :) I used her recipe word by word (except for substituting chopped cilantro with dry fenugreek leaves as I didn't have cilantro at home), so not repeating it again here. Please click the recipe link to check it out, I can bet anything, you won't be disappointed.




Thank you so much Lisa for this mouth watering recipe, another keeper in our family as we all love kadhi and chhole separately, so a combination of both is always welcome. Please do visit her blog for her collection of mind-blowing recipes :)


I am sending this to CWF: LB - Chickpeas hosted by Nithu and started by Kiran and to Vegetarian Foodie Friday events.







Also sending this to Side Dishes from India event of Suma and to MLLA # 26 hosted by Briciole and started by Susan.




That's all for now. Take care till next post.

39 comments:

Deepika said...

Never heard of this combo, Priya...definitely worth a try. Am bookmarking it.

aipi said...

I love kadhi n I also love chole. Never combined the two together, this looks great..book marking it :)

Harman said...

its something new...shld give a try!

Swathi said...

Never tried any yogurt curry with chole. Looks delicious. I will try some time.

girlichef said...

chickpea gravy...mmmmmm!

Satya said...

kadhi chole looks tempting ...i must try this ,thanks for sharing priya

Satya
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Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

yummy n healthy priya..we too love variety in food...looks bful

Usha said...

Very interesting variation to the usual kadhi, looks delicious and inviting !

Torviewtoronto said...

colourful and delicious

Torviewtoronto said...

colourful and delicious

Madhavi said...

I love kadhi, and this is super combo. Lovely click Priya!! Kadhi looks creamy and yummyyy!!

Krishnaveni said...

looks so creamy and must be delicious, will try sometime, thanks priya

? said...

New recipe for me; very interesting.

Latha said...

Love this curry. I too make it the same way.

Gulmohar said...

Love kadhi and love chole, but never thought of a fusion like this :-)

sonu said...

wow ! this is really new to me..make so many different varieties of kadhi but with chole is just so innovative..looks yum!

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Adding yoghurt is totally new to me in this combination......Nice try Priya
Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Nithu said...

wow! looks so creamy and yummy...Def have to try.

Melodie said...

This looks delicious. We love chick peas over here. Anything with them gets thumbs up in my family. Will try!

Sharmi said...

thats a new combi.. looks good!

Neha said...

chole kadhi wow..must be delicious..your blog has really lesser known recipes..good one

Sweet Artichoke said...

A delicious and refreshing dish! I love chickpeas!!

Sushma Mallya said...

loved the recipe,very nice, never tried using chickpeas and curds together..nice one priya

Priya said...

Droolworthy kadhi chole, looks soo tempting..

Akila said...

lovely recipe...



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Regards,
Akila.

Lisa said...

Thank you for your kind words and I am delighted you enjoyed this dish. It is one of my favorites.

Yummy Team said...

Beautiful, creamy curry..Interesting recipe!!

suneetha said...

looks good..will try this

Niloufer Riyaz said...

chick pea n khadi combo sounds n looks delicious

Babli said...

Chick pea gravy looks delicious and mouth watering.

suma said...

Me and my kids love chickpeas and can eat it everyday. This is a combo I have never tried before though, sounds interesting Priya!! Hey, can u please give me a recipe for simple dal(with rice)?

An Open Book said...

i completely agree about getting bored with our own cooking...this looks yummy

Sanjeeta kk said...

Very creamy and tempting!

Simona said...

Looks very nice, flavorful and creamy. Thanks!

BangaloreBaker said...

Priya,
I am amazed at how organized you are in sending the entries to different events. I really admire that. Half the time I forget or come to know about it after it is over. Coming to answer your question about tofu -
There are the following types of tofu that I have seen around her. Silken - best for mixing with atta while making rotis, replacement for egg, smoothies etc
Soft - best for tofu scramble and things like that.
Firm, extra firm - are the best when you need them to retain their shape after cooking. I haven't seen anything like firm and silky tofu. If it is hard, it probably will work.

Aparna S Mallya said...

Lovely combo. I'm sure it tastes good!

nandini said...

I have had khadi in my gujarati friends house. But with channa is new to me... WIll try.

simply.food said...

Looks a little like punjabi pakoda kadhi.Looks Tasty.

Suma Gandlur said...

Same here. Never tried to mix kadhi and chole together.
Thank you for sending over this protein packed, yummy side dish.

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