Spicy Tempered Kadala (Chickpeas)
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Spicy Tempered Kadala (Chickpeas)

Spicy Tempered Kadala (Chickpeas)

A delicious snack found almost on every street in the cities of Sri Lanka. You may grow to love them if you eat these healthy recipes a few times. A glorious combination of flavours to lighten up your snack time and recharge your cells, here is how you make a spicy tempered chickpeas.

A delicious snack found almost on every street in the cities of Sri Lanka. You may grow to love them if you eat these healthy recipes a few times. A glorious combination of flavours to lighten up your snack time and recharge your cells, here is how you make a spicy tempered chickpeas.

  • Preparation time
     
    5 minutes
  • Ready In15 minutes
  • Servings
     
    8 portions
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • 50 grams of kadala (chickpea) soaked overnight boiled
  • 100 grams of bombay onions
  • 10 dry red chillies
  • 45 grams of Astra spread
  • 15 grams of rampe (pandan)
  • Curry leaves picked
  • salt to taste

Nutritional values (per serving)
 

Nutritional information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate

Instructions

Method
  1. Before you begin, soak your chickpeas overnight and boil them. Set it aside and begin cooking.
  2. Heat your Astra in a pan and after the pan gets hot enough. Then, add in the mustard seeds and allow them to crack and open.
  3. Next, add curry leaves, rampe (pandan leaves), onions, chillies and fry till’ golden brown.
  4. Then add the boiled Kadala (chickpeas) and keep tossing for few minutes until done.
  5. Season to your preference.
You can now nibble on this spicy little dish while laying back and watching the sun set beyond the horizon. If you love this recipe, you will really enjoy some of our other recipes!