Dried peas pasta chundal recipe -Navrathri special

     A couple of years back, my sis had been to see a golu (dolls display during navarathri)with my aunty. There , they had served chundal where even pasta was added to it. My sister had mentioned to me about this. I suddenly remembered about this few days ago. I wanted to make this as a evening snack for my kids. However, I never remember to soak grains beforehand and have always been lazy about this part. Anyway, Navratri was round the corner, so I decided to make this snack for it. I asked my sister, whether they had followed the recipe any dfferently and she never even remebered having this snack!!I followed the usual chundal recipe and added some pasta shells in it. It actually was delicious. The pasta had also absorbed all the flavours beautifully. I loved the crunchy bite of green peas along with the softness of the pasta. Do try and tell me about it!

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Dried peas pasta chundal recipe -Navrathri special Yum
Course snack

Cuisine
indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Course snack
Cuisine indian
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. 1. Wash and soak the peas overnight.
  2. Next day, wash it again. Pour around 1 1/2 glasses of water.
  3. Cook in a pressure cooker for around 6-8 whistles.
  4. It should become very soft, but not mushy.
  5. 2. Cook the pasta till done.
  6. Wash it in cold water and allow the excess water to drain.
  7. 3. Grind the coconut, coriander leaves and ginger to a paste.
  8. 4. Heat oil in a pan.
  9. 5. Add mustard seeds. After it crackles add hing, udid dal, dried red chillies and curry leaves.
  10. 6. When they slightly brown, add the peas and pasta.
  11. 7. Add salt.
  12. 8. Saute well for a minute.
  13. 9. Add the ground paste.
  14. 10. Mix well.
  15. 11. Cover and cook for a minute.
  16. 12. Remove from flame.
Recipe Notes

13. Serve as a snack.

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8 Comments

  1. Manjula Bharath

    wow thats a veru very healthy and yummy sundal for this festive season 🙂 lovely clicks dear !!

     
  2. Delicious and healthy sundal.

     
  3. Supriya Nair

    A nice and healthy combination. Love the simple colours here.

     
  4. Priya Suresh

    Brilliant idea to add pastas, kids will definitely love this sundal.

     
  5. wow. pasta and sundal?? thats something new. Lovely idea.Thanks for sharing

     
  6. nice twist to add the pasta to the sundal. I’m sure kids would eat this sundal without complaining

     
  7. jeyashrisuresh

    Super sundal, loved the twist

     
  8. Happys Cook

    lovely idea….

     

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