After trying varna, a simple curry in Konkani style, I have been looking for another curry of their style. Because I had learnt that cooking in Konkani way is going to be easy and the outcome would be pretty much delicious. So today it’s gorgeously pretty looking chana gashi I mean chickpeas curry. It’s embarrassingly simple but amazingly delicious. Trust me.
When I was going through a Konkani recipe book and hooked on chana gashi, I read it twice. Is it this easy? Does it taste good? I was skeptical. The book didn’t have the picture of this curry. So I made it the other day to understand how exactly it tastes. It was a big hit. My daughter emptied her plateful of rice with this gashi and gave a big thumbs up. So what next? The recipe repeated immediate next day and with video and photo it is here in front of you.
Going through the recipe, don’t take any decision about it’s taste. I know, it’s that simple and easy that you are tempted to take decision as not interesting. But on the contrary, the chana gashi tastes damn delicious. The color too is quite appetizing. Along with chickpeas, I have used potato. Alternatively you can use YAM(suran) or raw jackfruit or Chinese potato.
Watch the video: