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SPICY PEAS 'MATAR KI CHAAT'
SPICY PEAS Matar ki chaat
Indian chaat's are really mouth watering believe me you are going to enjoy this if you are not very comfortable with spices adjust it according to your taste........
WHAT WE NEED:
Green fresh peas……………..4 cups
Salt to taste
Sugar a pinch
Cumin(jeera) seeds…………1 tbsp
Green chilli,slit,deseeded,finaly chopped…….2
Ginger finely chopped……………1 tbsp
Asafetida (hing)………..a generous pinch
Mango powder…………2 tsp
Chat masala……………1 tsp
Red chilli powder…….1/2 tsp
1.Boil the peas in enough water with sugar and salt , cover with lid . cook peas until done , drain and refresh in iced water at the time of cooking . peas should not be over cooked.
2.Heat the ghee/butter in a wok (kadhai) add cumin seed and stir over medium heat until these begin to pop add green chillies , ginger ,asafetida, stir and add boil green peas , stir fry until peas are become dry, sprinkle salt ,mango powder ,red chilli powder , chat masala and sugar . reduce heat to low and cover wok stir occasionally
3.Cook for 2 min .remove and stir in lemon juice before serving .
This chaat is a speciality of north India if you want little tangy and spicy add little more masala in it adjust it according to your taste and enjoy in chaat party….
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