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Chole masala with Mashed potato

Kabuli chana/ white chick peas------------1/2cup
Chole masala----------------2ts
Chili powder----------------1/2ts
salt-------------------------to taste
Cilantro/ coriander---------2ts


  1. Soak kabuli chana in water for whole night and cook in a pressure cooker for 3whistles.
  2. Boil potato and mash it
  3. Chop onions and tomatos
  4. Take a pan heat 2ts of ghee/butter/vegetable oil in it
  5. Add onions and stir them for 3min
  6. Then add cooked kabuli chana and stir this mixture. Cook for about 10min by sirring in regular intervals.
  7. Now, add tomato and cook until they turn tender.
  8. Add chili powder+salt+chole masala and cook for 5min in simmer.
  9. Garnish with onions and serve hot.
hope u like my recipe


  1. wonderful combination delicious

  2. I too make my chole like this with minimum spices...we all love it this way..looks very well prepared.

  3. Superb combination. Nice presentation.
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  4. Looks and sounds really delicious! Love to try your recipe soon!

  5. thnX for ur comments frndz!!!!

  6. I love chole! Thanks for dropping by my blog.. Glad to add u to my blogroll! See u often! Cheers

  7. I cook some time chole with potato not tried with mashed one. looks awesome.

  8. lovely chole masala..perfect clicks!

  9. Never added potato to channa masala before .. looks good. Nice picture too.

    Added you to my blogroll .. do add me to yours too :)


  10. thnQ frndz...vardhini its a great pleasure to add u.....thnX for adding me....

  11. Superb one dear! Happy to follow u

  12. Looks absolutely delicious, this is comforting indeed.

  13. Looks perfect.. love them with rotis

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  14. This looks really good....And I have some awards waiting for you,in my blog..Please check that and collect that dear...

  15. souds awesome n devourable...perfect version..
    check out mine when time permits..
    Tasty Appetite

  16. hi deepthi
    chole masala is one of my fav recipe..this sounds simple n yummy...beautiful presentation...
    thanx for leading me to this lovely have a nice space shaping here with delicious delights and i love your presentation too :) keep rocking...plz could you make your following visible in my space...hope you will follow me publicly...i am also your follower n happy to share more wonderful recipes...see you again...


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