Chana zor garam is a popular snack prepared by pressing and frying or baking the boiled kala chana. Chana zor garam is used to make a kind of chaat by adding chopped onions, tomato, green chilies, etc. However, this is an innovative recipe using chana zor garam. It combines chana with boiled sweet corn to make a fusion dish and an interesting party appetizer. With Diwali around the corner, I have been experimenting with the recipes to create something new and innovative. The interesting part of this recipe is that it is served in cones which make it very appealing and catchy. Sure to be a show stopper at your next party.
Evening hunger pangs are so common. But what to munch at that hour is a big question? Anything too filling spoils the appetite for dinner. Also, something quick and healthy is what one looks for with his or her cup of tea. Chana cone garam is gluten-free and the roasted version is also available. I like to munch on it for the evening snacks. However, it can be converted into a stylish party starter with so much ease. Let’s have a look at the ingredients required:
Chana Zor Garam: It can be prepared at home. It is also easily available with the grocers as well as online. It is deep-fried to cook; however, baked chana zor garam is available and is equally good, in fact, crispier!
Cones: Ice cream cones can be bought from the confectioners. Pick the smaller ones.
Vegetables: I have combined chana zor garam with boiled sweet corn and these complimented each other well. You can also add in chopped bell peppers, tomatoes, etc.
Seasoning: For the zing, I have used chaat masala, red chili powder, and lemon juice. You can also add roasted cumin powder, black pepper powder, etc. I use this homemade chaat masala. It is super peppy and adds a lot of tanginess to my chaats, etc.
If you are looking for more innovative recipes you might like a fusion dessert recipe i.e. cherry on churma. And if you are looking for more healthy snacks recipes you might like bhel puri, cha muri, Monaco bites etc.
Serve it as an appetizer at your Diwali party this year.
1.This recipe makes 3-5 chana cone garam depending on the size of cones.
2.In a mixing bowl add ¾ cup chana zor garam, ¼ cup boiled sweet corn kernels, 2 tbsp chopped onions, 1 tsp chaat masala, ¼ tsp red chili powder, a handful of chopped coriander leaves and juice of half a lemon.
3.Mix everything well.
4.Serve in cones.
PREP TIME 10 minutes
COOK TIME 0 minutes
TOTAL TIME 10 minutes
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