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Paresh Nagar

Chaney ki bhaji (Dried Chickpea leaves) - Natural - 50 GM

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"Chaney ki bhaji," also known as dried chickpea leaves, is a unique and nutritious ingredient commonly used in South Asian cuisine. This dried green is known for its earthy flavor and versatility in various dishes.

Nutritional Benefits: Chaney ki bhaji is rich in essential nutrients such as vitamins (especially A and C), minerals (like iron and calcium), and dietary fiber. It can be a valuable addition to a balanced diet, contributing to overall health and well-being.


Chane ki bhaji

Serves 4
Ingredients:
Bhaji 250 gms
Oil - 2 Tbsp
Cumin seeds - 1/4 tsp
Cumin powder - 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds - 1/4 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
Mildly Roasted Fenugreek seeds - 1/4 tsp
Red dried chilli - 2 nos
Onion Small - half - finely chopped
Garlic finely chopped / paste - 1 tsp
Ginger finely chopped / paste - 1 tsp
Tuar Dhal / Chana dal Boiled - 1 cup
Salt, Jagger / Sugar, Mango powder and / or Lemon as per taste


Procedure: Take dry Bhaji and soak in water for about 1 minute and drain it and keep aside

In a pan, heat oil, add cumin, mustard seeds and red chilli.
Add ginger, garlic, onion - cook till it turns pinkish.
Add Turmeric powder and Cumin powder.
Add Bhaji and Fenugreek seeds.
Cook for about 2-3 minutes.
Add Dhal.
Add Salt as per taste.
Add a little water.
 
Put on simmer for 5-10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Now add, sugar / jaggery, mango powder / Lemon as per taste.
Chane ki bhaji is now ready.

About Paresh Nagar:
Mr. Paresh Nagar is a qualified engineer who also holds a management degree. He was working in Dubai for ten years before starting his own farm in Sonkatch village about 70 kms from Indore city in MP. Paresh started on his journey of natural farming in November 2016. He began by providing his family’s needs. He grows wheat, dhals (various lentils), corn, turmeric, various spices – chillies, mustard seeds (rai), cumin seeds (jeera), coriander seeds (dhania), groundnut and sunflower in his farm.

Paresh has three indigenous (Malwa breed) cows at his farm. Cow dung and cow urine form the primary inputs for creation of manure and pest control liquids used in their farms. His farming philosophy is a mixture of principles from various recognized disciplines such as Subhash Palekar’s SPNF, biodynamics, permaculture, minimum tilling, mix and multi layered cropping.
Farm Location : https://bit.ly/3hUbT6H


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