Pindi Chole / Rawalpindi Style Dry Chickpea Fry

13 Responses

  1. Different n inviting…

  2. Sravs says:

    New to me !! looks delicious !!

  3. Looks too good. Happy New Year !!

  4. Sweety says:

    How many servings can this make? I wanna try it but I may add more turmeric powder. 🙂

  5. Nithya says:

    Something new to me. Liking it by the look itself 🙂

  6. Priya says:

    Lovely bowl of droolworthy chickpeas,full of flavours.

  7. divya says:

    looks healthy n tasty…

  8. Maya Akhil says:

    Thank you All 🙂


    This makes around 2 – 3 servings. I have mentioned it in the post. Hope you like it..

  9. Beena Nair says:

    I tried this last weekend and came out real good. thx.

  10. Maya Akhil says:

    Beena Nair,

    Thanks a bunch for your feedback. Great to know that it came out good for you.

  1. October 27, 2015

    […] The chickpeas were either hard or the gravy turned out tangy.  Anyways I tweaked my recipe for pindi chole that’s posted here and followed some tips shared by a friend of mine long back to make this […]

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