Chana Palak ( Healthy Subzi Recipe)
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 on 05 Jan 17 12:52 AM


It didnt turn out good for me. For some reason it was bitter. I dont know if that was because of the brinjal or onions. My onions could have been the culprit.
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Tarla Dalal    Hi, This recipe has been tried here 2 times and both the times the taste was excellent. Do give it 1 more try and see.
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05 Jan 17 09:13 AM
Chana Palak ( Healthy Subzi Recipe)
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 on 10 Jan 13 04:14 PM


I was not very sure about this recipe after reading use of brinjal in the paste....but it turned out to be a lip-smacking subzi...there is no taste of brinjal at all....and soo nutritious. All mothers out there can serve this recipe to their kids who hates brinjal like me....:)
Chana Palak ( Healthy Subzi Recipe)
5
 on 02 Jan 13 04:22 PM


Very tasty and easy to make. Gives the boring palak a new taste. Must try. Goes well with roti.
Chana Palak ( Healthy Subzi Recipe)
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 on 15 Oct 10 01:44 PM


Never thought chana can be made so interesting by cooking with spinach, onion garlic paste and most importantly brinjal and tomato mixture. brinjals and spinach i know are rich in iron hence i make this recipe for my daughter to slyly include theese veggies in her daily diet. when bored of eating usual pulse subzis do try this one coz it scores a full 4 star rating from me and my fly.

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