Rice Cracker with Beansby Anshu Gupta (@anshugupta)
This recipe is a healthy good snack with some amount of protein for vegetarian people and doesn't take much time to prepare.
- 4Rice cracker
- 1Canned beans
- 1Onion (small finely chopped )
- 1Tomato (small finely chopped ) Remove seeds before chopping
- 1/2cupcilantro (finely chopped )
- 1cancanned tomatoes
- 2Green chillies (optional)
- 2tbspMaggi hot and sour ketchup
- 2tspGinger garlic paste
- 1tspRed chilli powder
- 2tspBhuna grounded cumin seeds (jeera)
- 1tspChaat masala
Strain and wash canned beans with fresh water.
Heat oil in a pan (you can take any oil of your choice).
Add ginger garlic paste to the oil. Roast it a little bit, till it turns light brown then add a half can of diced tomatoes.
Add all the spices along with the Maggi ketchup.
Mash the beans a little bit and add to the mixture. Give a stir and cook for another two minutes on medium flame and take off from the stove.
In another bowl add chopped onion, chopped tomatoes, cilantro and green chillies. Add chaat masala to this mixture.
For plating - Take a rice cracker. Put the cooked beans on it then put the onion-tomato mixture on it. Garnish it with cilantro.
Tips & Tricks
While adding salt to the beans, please consider if the crackers are with salt or plain ones, also keep I'm mind that Maggi ketchup has already salt in it.
Also, we can use any type of beans or we can use home boiled beans or even we can replace it with garbanzo beans.
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