Delicious chana masala curry made with dried chickpeas and spices and veggies, Goes well with rice or flat bread of any kind.
This is a sponsored post which I partnered with Zavor. However all opinions are mine alone.
Zavor Lux LCD Multi-Cooker is multipurpose, you can pressure cook, sauté, brown, make yogurt, dessert etc. Comes with 10 cooking functions, 30+ programmable settings, Interactive LCD screen, Stainless steel inner cooking pot. The button read outs are large and easy to follow and the quick guide makes making recipes a breeze. Also, there is an alarm that will tell you that you have not closed the lid properly; in the other multi-cookers where you see that only after the steam has started coming out.
I love that LCD interface is easy to operate and tells you very clearly what it’s doing, whether it’s preheating, cooking under pressure, warming, done, or doing something else. So, you know what is happening which is not there in other multicookers. I have used other multi-cookers too.
Making dinner in Zavor Lux LCD Multi-Cooker. Our first recipe attempt was a Chana masala that took under 30 minutes from start to finish. And that started with raw chickpeas. Everything we’ve tried so far has come out perfectly. Whether it is tender chicken curry, vegetable stew, soup etc. Making dinner has become easier. It is almost like it’s magic – and I’m not heating up the house while making dinner even on a 100 Degree day!
What is Chana masala?
This is traditional Punjabi stew (Chana masala) made with medley of spices, tomatoes and chickpeas. You can’t miss this in any of Indian restaurant menu card. Simple yet lot of flavor rich stew goes with any flat bread, rice. Usually it is eaten with roti or chapathi. You can incorporate greens like spinach too if you want. I prefer in classic traditional way.