Eggs are my savior when it comes to the “cooking for one” days. I feel too lazy to cook an elaborate meal for oneself. So, I prefer to have some quick egg dishes in my meal as they also ensure that I am getting the required protein. So, if you are bored of boiled eggs or not having enough vegetables or looking for a quick side dish then here is another lazy day lunch or dinner side recipe which is Egg Pepper Masala Fry.
The best part about this curry is that, black chickpeas are “powerhouse of nutrients”, a good source of protein and fibers for the vegetarians. It is a spicy and flavorful curry where the masala envelops the black chickpeas. There are two versions of it which are usually cooked dry and gravy depending upon with what you plan to serve it . I am sharing the curry version here which goes very well with parathas, puris or rice and I will share the dry version too in coming days. I prefer not to tamper with the original recipe because nothing tastes like the authentic “chana ghugni”.
I would love to hear how you make this curry at your place and do share your feedback or suggestions in the comment section and yes, don’t forget to show your love if you liked the recipe.
Khaman Dhokla is one of my comfort snacks option. I can enjoy it in breakfast or as evening snacks as well. The soft, fluffy and spongy texture wins my heart every time I have it. If you are looking out for some healthy and quick options to have you can definitely add it to the list as it is steamed, therefore, it is healthy and you can eliminate or modify the tempering as per your need. Even if you do not add oil or sugar water you can still enjoy it.
I like to have it with green coriander chutney along with a cup of tea. Sponginess is the main thing to make perfect dhoklas. Therefore, you should air the mixture well by mixing it before adding the fruit salt. If you try out this recipe do share your feedback or pics with me. Tag me in your Insta – savorytales, FB – savorytales or Twitter- savory_tales posts.
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