Sprouted Kala Chana recipe

Black gram or kala chana is a much more heartier version of chickpeas. It has a comparatively higher fibre content and a higher nutrient value, not to mention it is tastier too!

The way I like to make these is to sprout them! So what I do is, I soak the beans overnight and then rinse them the next morning and place the beans in a colander for around 24 hours.

Sprouted beans are tender and healthier than their non sprouted version.

This is what the beans look like once sprouted.

Kala Chana Recipe

The recipe I use to make this is very simple and it’s more of a dry beans recipe.

I start off by chopping one onion and around 10-12 garlic cloves.

Kala Chana Recipe

I heat up 2 tbsp of ghee in a pressure cooker and add a tsp of cumin seeds and let them crackle. I then add the garlic and let it turn golden brown before adding the chopped onion. Saute the onion till it turns translucent. To this I add a half tsp of turmeric powder and 1 tsp of everest kitchen king masala. I find that this imparts great flavour.

Kala Chana Recipe Kala Chana Recipe

Kala Chana Recipe Kala Chana Recipe

Saute the masala for 30 secs. Then add the sprouted kala chana and 1 and a half tsp of pink himalayan salt. Stir well and add 1 cup of water.

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Kala Chana Recipe Kala Chana Recipe

Pressure cook for 3 whistles on low flame. Switch the flame off and let the pressure release naturally before opening.

Kala Chana Recipe

Enjoy! I urge you to try this recipe, it truly is delicious.

Kala Chana Recipe

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