Chef Vicky Ratnani @vickythechef6 months ago ·  Udaipur - The City of Lakes

#harachanna also know as fresh green chick peas • Hara chana can be made into exciting salads and chaats, combined with other veggies and fruits. • It can be eaten raw or roasted. • Sauté some in butter or olive oil to soften a little, add a dash of spices of your choice, and enjoy as a simple snack. • Toss it into stir-fries, sautés, and salads. • Combine with corn and sometimes green or red bell pepper to make exciting dishes. garbanzo beans) don't grow in cans. Like other peas and beans, they grow in pods on vines. Before they fully ripen and yellow to then get dried and cooked and canned, they are bright green in fresh fuzzy pods like the one above. An amazing dessert or barfi is made with them as well #plantprotein #plantbased #vegan #vegetarian #vegetarianrecipes #vickythegastronaut #tbt #rajasthan #winter #seasonal produce #legumes #chickpeas #chef #cheflife #market #marchand #mercato #igersrajasthan #udaipur #food #foodporn #foodphotography @apple @iphonesty


  • pocketfriendlymumbai6 months ago

    Funfact : u can also make amazing dessert from hara chana it's my Nani's recepie, it's called "jaadariyu".

  • ankita_n_garg6 months ago

    So many things can be made.. stuff choliya tandoori chapati, choliya mushroom, choliya paneer... Etccc😀

  • chahatmodi6 months ago

    A halwa in ghee made out of them is beyond any form of comfort in winters!!!!

  • pearl_author6 months ago

    Have never had fresh, only dried (and canned!). Although it carries much, I don't think I have ever seen them sold fresh at my usual grocer here🤔 I suppose I will have to check elsewhere. #DontGrowInCans!!!🤣

  • gautam896986 months ago

    Now I'm hunger because you making always delicious food aha awwah. 😋😋🍀

  • ranakpuradventures6 months ago

    We liked your photos :) Greetings from Ranakpur Adventures

  • chopra78606 months ago

    My fav too.. dahi wale green chane

  • jhf176 months ago

    We make sabji..leelwa baigan potatoes and wadi( mixture of udad dal,green garlic,hari mirch, namak,

  • indranibhargava6 months ago

    Hello Chef.... Welcome to my city.... hope u enjoyed in Dhanmandi.....

  • pretty_girl_neha6 months ago

    This is a good picture but I don’t know if it is because of good lighting or place… maybe composition 😉👍