Kabuli Senagala Talimpu | Shallow Fried Chickpeas Snack | Thella Senagala Talimpu

Recipe Prepared By

Smt Jhansi Lakshmi

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Kabuli senagala talimpu is a very simple item prepared with chickpeas. This is rich in protein and it is a good evening snack item. This is offered to Sai Baba as naivedyam, especially on Thursdays. Here are the step by step instructions.

Soaking time: 4-5 hours or overnight
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Course: Snack
Main ingredient: Chickpeas
Serves: 2-3
1 bowl measurement: 250 ml

 
Ingredients

Chickpeas (kabuli senagalu): 1 bowl
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Chopped green chillies and curry leaves: Few
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For talimpu
Dry red chilly (endumirapa): 1 split, mustard seeds (aavalu): 1/2 tbsp, cumin seeds (jeelakarra): 1/2 tbsp
Spices

Lemon juice: 1 tbsp (optional)
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Salt: As required

Oil: 1 tbsp





Procedure

Step 1: Cook soaked chickpeas by adding 1 tbsp salt and 1 & 1/2 bowl water. Let it cook up to 3 whistles in high flame and 2 minutes in low flame, then turn off the flame
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Step 2: Strain the excess water from cooked chickpeas (if any). Keep cooked chickpeas aside
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Step 3: Preheat 1 tbsp oil in a kadhai or pan
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In medium flame add and saute (fry) one by one
Dry red chilly
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Cumin seeds, mustard seeds
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When mustard seeds make crackling sound add curry leaves
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Now add chopped green chillies
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Then add a little salt if required and mix it. (Taste cooked chickpeas and add salt if required)
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Step 4: Add and mix cooked chickpeas, keep moving them in high flame for 2 minutes
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Add 1 tbsp lemon juice for taste (if you like it)
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Chickpeas snack or kabuli senagalu talimpu is ready to serve. Thursday naivedyam is ready :)
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