South Indian cuisine offers a myriad of dishes that add a new taste to every meal. From drinks to snacks and the main course, there is no end to everything we can cook in minutes. Plus, with the flavors of mustard, curry leaves, crunchy dal, coconut and peanuts, every South Indian meal becomes heavenly and we can’t help but indulge in this wedding of spices. While we all enjoyed various South Indian snacks and main dishes, here we bring you a new recipe for another delicious southern snack – sundal, a popular snack that can be made with just a few ingredients.
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Sundal can be cooked with a variety of legumes, including kidney beans, chickpeas, chickpeas, black-eyed peas, and other ingredients. After having prepared a base of legumes, this snack is tempered with spices, urad and chana dal, to give it a boost. At the end, the sundal is topped with grated coconut which complements it perfectly.
So, so that you can indulge in the benefits of sundal, today we bring you three sundal recipes that you can quickly prepare and enjoy with your tea!
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Here Are 3 Sundal Recipes | Easy Sundal Recipes
1. Chana Dal Sundal
This sundal recipe is the most popular. It’s made from chickpeas and packed with nutrients and flavor. In this dish, the boiled chana is mixed with subtle masalas, dal, curry leaves and coconut which amplify its taste. This dish can be prepared in a matter of minutes. For the full chana dal sundal recipe, click here.
2. Sundal peanut
Peanut Sundal can be thought of as peanut chaat with mustard, curry leaves, and grated coconut. One bite in this snack and it will directly remind you of the coastal regions of South India. This dish is a famous tea time snack which is also served as Navratri Prasad during the festivities. See the full recipe here.
3. Rajma Sundal
If you have any leftover rajma from last night then the rajma sundal is a must-try. Rajma is a common ingredient in Indian cuisine. This legume can easily be found in markets or stores and has many benefits. All you need are some basic ingredients for the house, and this snack will be ready in just 10 minutes. Find the full recipe here.
Make these three delicious sundal recipes and enjoy them with your tea! Let us know in the comments below which one did you prefer.