Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Pattani Sundal | Peas Sundal | Golu Recipe

Pattani / Peas Sundal, a another delicious sundal recipe for this Golu season. More than as golu recipe, this kind of sundal can be prepared on daily basis as evening snack. They are much more healthier than any store bought snacks and also can be prepared in mins if you have soaked the legumes previously. Now coming to today's recipe, I personally like the dried peas more than fresh ones, i know that's kind of odd, but since i grew up eating dried peas a lot, i have inclined towards it naturally and often used them in variety of recipes like sundal, curry, poriyal,kurma and the list goes on. So if you're like me who likes peas a lot, then this peas sundal recipe is for you, they are so delicious and makes a best snack for your evening tea/chai. 

Pattani Sundal | Peas Sundal | Golu Recipe

Preparation Time : 8 hrs | Cooking Time : 15 minsServes :
Recipe Category: Snack | Recipe Cuisine: Indian
Ingredients
Pattani/Dried Peas - 1/2 cup
Carrot - 1 
Grated Coconut - 1 tbsp
Coconut Oil - 1 tsp
Sundal Podi - 1 tsp
Mustard & urad dal - 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves - few
Salt - to taste

Procedure
Soak the peas for overnight and in the next morning drain the water and add into the pressure cooker along with fresh water(just enough to cover the peas) and salt. Let it cook for 2 whistle and keep it ready.Grate the carrot and coconut and keep them also ready. Next heat the pan with oil, add the mustard, urad dal & curry leaves, let the mustard splutters, then add the grated carrot with a pinch of salt.Saute the carrot til the raw smell of the carrot leaves.Then add the cooked peas and sundal podi, give it a good stir. Let it be in the flame for 2 mins. Finally add the grated coconut. Mix it all together and switch off the flame.Tada, Tasty & Healthy Peas Sundal is ready.
Notes:
  • Since i soaked the peas overnight, i have cooked for 2 whistle, that's just perfect for soft cooked peas without being mushy.
  • If you have soaked less hours, then 3-4 whistle of cooking is required.
  • Adding carrot enhance the taste of this sundal, but you can make them without it too.

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