Here's a delicious and festive meal of No Onion No Garlic Sukha Kala Chana, Puri and Sooji Ka Halwa that is made especially for Ashtami Prasad which is offered to God. This is a very simple meal, which takes very less time to get ready. You can also make this meal for your Sunday breakfast.
No Onion No Garlic Sukha Kala Chana, a very simple dish where Kala Chana or Black Chickpeas are stir fried along with everyday basic masalas. It is also a great source of protein, therefore it is good to include it in your everyday meals, as kids enjoy it too. You can also make this in jiffy during your busy weekday mornings and pack in your Lunch Box along with Tawa Parathas.
This Sukhe Chane Ki Sabzi is served along with fluffy and hot Puris and Sooji Ka Halwa which is also called as Kesari Bhath in South India. You can also add a Raita of your choice and Aloo Ki Sabzi with this meal if you are planning to make it for your weekend Brunch.
Sukha Kala Chana Masala is usually made during the occasion of Ashtami and is a part of Ashtami Prasad which is also offered to God. This is a basic sabzi where Kala Chana is sauteed with the basic everyday masalas. There is no onion and garlic used in this sabzi which makes it satvik too.
It is also a great source of protein, therefore it is good to include it in your everyday meals. And you can also pack it in your Lunch Box with a Tawa Paratha.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Kala Chana Recipes,
Puri is a traditional Indian bread savored in most regions of India. It is soft deep fried bread that is made from whole wheat flour. You can serve it with almost all the North Indian dry and gravy Sabzi's.
Addition of nigella, fennel or ajwain seeds enhances the flavor of this bread. At home Puri’s are a delicacy and we love to savor it the most during the Mango season.
If you like this recipe, try more variations while making puris, like-
- Pumpkin Wade (Sweet Pumpkin Pooris) Recipe
- Bedmi Poori Recipe (Spiced Split Black Lentil Pooris)
- Methi Bajra Poori Recipe
Sooji Halwa Recipe which is also called as Rava Kesari Bhath in South India is a pudding made from semolina, flavored with saffron and other spices topped with nuts.
The Sooji Halwa is made in Ghee and is usually made during special occasions and festivals.
If you like this Halwa, here are more Halwa Recipes that you can try: