An exquisite blend of 24 pure spices, this is perhaps the most elaborate blend in the Everest repertoire. This blend is evenly balanced for taste and flavor and imparts a rare character to chhole, made from chickpeas.
Used almost invariably in a variety of preparations involving chickpeas – chhole being the most popular. Served hot with rotis or fluffy bhaturas, chhole is a regular fare for lunch and dinner in North India.
Before you begin: Soak 100 gms Kabuli Channa overnight. Cook and keep aside. Heat 3 tbsp of oil, fry 2 chopped onions till golden brown. Add 1 tsp each of coriander and chilli powder.
Add 1 tbsp Everest Chhole Masala. Fry for 3 mins on a low flame. Add 1 chopped tomato, 3 slit green chillies, and ½ inch ginger, finely sliced. Add boiled chhole. Add salt, and cook for 5 mins.
For added flavour add ½ tsp Everest Chaat Masala and Everest Kasuri Methi.