Kala Chana which is also called black chickpea. One of the healthiest options specially for people with diabetes. Kala chana has low glycemic index and is full of dietary fibre which also make this chaat/salad a wonderful option for weight watchers.
This is 100th post on my blog today and I wanted to make something sweet. Also it happens to be India’s 68th Independence day today. What better way to celebrate them together. I want to thank all my readers for giving me all your support and motivation.
Traditionally, we give mithai (Indian Sweets) when we do the Rakhi Ceremony. I have been thinking what should I do, as I refused to give Indian sweets. So this time I decided to do something different and I wanted to make it myself too.. which will be made with love.
Rakshabandhan is around the corner and celebration is incomplete without sweets. What is Rakshabandhan? Rakshabandhan in Sanskrit means “knot of protection”. Sisters tie Rakhi on their brother’s wrist and pray for his long life with the expression of love. In return, brothers pledge to protect and take care of their sisters.
I have been wanting to make this for so many days now. Every day I look into my pantry to see what can I cook, I say to myself I have to make this pulao. Its been a long time and I haven’t gotten a chance. So, today when my blogger friend Sonal asked me that she is looking for a rice recipe from my blog that she wants, I am like do I have any veg rice dishes? The answer was no..and I said to myself this is an awesome chance to make this wonderful pulao or biryani made with Soy chunks.