Street Food Cooking Without Fire | Kids Recipes | IFTT S2EP06

Street Food Cooking Without Fire | Kids Recipes | IFTT S2EP06


Today we are going to do really something
different, wow I just love it, today I am going to do something really very different
which we usually can’t get to see because I am living in a village so I can do something
different which you usually can’t get to see in the urban life so let me take you to
the tour of my farm and show you details of some things and how we grow vegetables and
which kind of vegetable we grow and how we eat our food differently then you people so
let’s take a look. Today I am going to show you two things which
you can make anywhere, anytime and without fire and you need just few ingredients so
now let me tell you what we are going to make today. Right now I am making masala chana dal which
is very and you can make in just two minutes here I have masala chana dal or gram lentils
with some spices, it is a fried snack which is usually available in most of the groceries,
Indian grocery stores, have some fresh coriander leaves, half onion, lemon and one tomato. So now let me show you how to bind all these
things, so first of all I am going to finely chop this onion, half red onion, it is done
now I am going to chop some fresh coriander leaves, now I am going to chop tomato, it
is a totally different kind of tomato which is usually getting in India, it is called
desi tomato or non hybrid tomato which is little sour in taste as compared to the hybrid
tomatoes, it is really very good in taste and has lots of flavors. All the things are ready so now I am going
to put the tomatoes in and onion, little bit of lime juice, lots of coriander leaves, so
this is ready just mix it well before serving and you can add lemon according to taste and
now I am going to make our second dish. For that I am going to take half of onion,
one tomato and here I have two packets of chana which we call chana jor garam and it
is usually available at all the places in entire India because we people love it, it
is black grams, fresh black grams and has some spices and salt in it. Now I am going to take this out in a plate,
you can see exactly what it is, it is very crispy and very flavorful, now first of all
I am going to chop onion for it, it is one of the most popular street food in India,
you can find mostly in the western India side and north India side also in Gujarat and Maharashtra,
we people love to have this very often, it’s a fast time food and you can make it in picnic
or any function and your kids can also make it because its required no fire so it’s
a very good dish and required no time so that is really very good thing about this. I am going to chop some cilandro or parsley,
as we did earlier I am going to put tomatoes in it, finely chopped onions, some coriander
leaves on top and lots of lemon juice, now give it a nice mix, look at that it is so
easy and tempting, same way I am going to mix our dal so see within few minutes our
two delicious Indian street foods are ready. So let it give it a try to masala chana dal,
I like the crispiness of chana dal and punch of red chilli powder in it and this desi tomato
and the onion makes it really very interesting and it has lots of contrast in the dish. Now let me give it a try to chana masala or
chana jor garam, it is also called dabela chana in gujarati which means nothing but
this pressed black grams, both things are really very interesting in taste but I personally
like masala chana dal very much because it has a different taste and texture in it and
the crispiness of it, it is really interesting. Please like, share and subscribe to my channel,
it would really help me to make such kind of more and more videos for you guys.

99 thoughts on “Street Food Cooking Without Fire | Kids Recipes | IFTT S2EP06”

  1. 日本人で観ているのは私だけ??
    この動画、画質がとても綺麗なので毎回 楽しませてもらっています。
    果たして、日本語で書き込みをして読めているのでしょうか??

  2. Sir, great work…
    You are just doing amazing ,you are not just doing yourself but you are doing for all who have to dream to doing new creative…
    Inspiration work…
    આભાર

  3. I like your channel. Please visit my channel which I have just started.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDsfmf7_rBoQSBq8xSputQw?view_as=subscriber

  4. Sir u r lucky, living in natural environment, mujhe apna assistant bana lo , salary bhi nai mangunga sirf 3 waqt ka khana apke haat ka bas😀😀

  5. Please help us by contributing in english titles for this video
    thanks
    http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?ref=share&v=6UkUDs_1H1c

  6. All time favorite dishes che mari. Keep it up. Kyarek reply pn aapo. To khbr pde k tme comment vacho Cho. Maru piyr jamngar ma j che. 😃

  7. Fried snacks are made by using the stove so it is made from fire, except salad everything is made from fire.

  8. Mr nikung we want something new innovative receipe from u..what u post today is nothing new ..we can do it easily at home..

  9. I have been so inspired by your channel I cook fresh Indian vegetarian food everyday. Not only am I healthier as I have lost weight cutting out much of what we eat in the West. But my food tastes so fresh and so tasty I now get many requests for my amazing Indian dishes! Colourful full of taste…natures garden! Thank you !,,

  10. Dish is appearing tasty but instead of English you can speak Hindi , hope that will good to explain 😊

  11. Sir… We are blessed to have you please keep up the enthusiasm n Good work… N to all the haters creativity has no language so please!

  12. Chana ni dal chhat sathe dadam umero saras lagse ch.ana jor garam ni jagya a vaghrela mamara try karo saras lagse tema kothmir marcha limbu daleli khand umervi ak var banavo singdana pan umerva nice video

  13. Balako mate je nasto banavo chho tema ak sadi vangi chhe je mane mari mammy school nasta mate banavri hati je try karjo bhakhri banavi hoy tene buko kari nakhavo je chana jor garam thi thoda vathare bhuko karvo bad ma rai jiru tatha mithu thodu ochhu nakhcu haldar dhana marchu daleli khand vagere nakhi vaghreli bhakhri no kevdo banavti te atlo crispi lage ke aje he nasta tear male chhe tema te swad nathi avto try karjo

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