Fruity Channa Salad


I have been sick these past few days and still recouping while living off sandwiches, salads, juices and fruits this past week. Feeling better today and decided to blog a very refreshing and nutritious salad I had this afternoon, Channa Fruity Salad, a recipe adapted from Tarla Dalal, the culinary queen of India.

All you need: combine together a cup of boiled chick peas (kabuli channa), onion rings, cubed cucumber, grapes, peeled orange segments, a tablespoon of honey, salt and pepper to taste. You can add any fruits of your choice. The salad is very refreshing, colorful and bright with the crunchy vegetables, the tangy sweet flavor of the fruits, laced with some pepper for that touch of spice and further sweetened by honey.

I felt like eating something light and flavorful and this salad served the purpose. A plateful of this salad left me feeling refreshed with the comforting creamy texture of the boiled chick peas, crunchy cucumbers, onions and fruits flavored with pepper and honey. Definitely a light, filling and tasty lunch that I have had in recent times.

Fruity Channa Salad

  Prepare time:
 Serves: 2

 Main Ingredients:

  •  white chickpeas

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  • http://faffer.blogspot.com Faffer

    Get well soon Sailu.

  • http://cooks-hideout.blogspot.com Pavani

    Hi Sailu,
    Hope you feel better soon. Salad looks really refreshing and flavorful.
    Pavani

  • http://mysamayal.blogspot.com/ sudha vinodh

    Hi sailu, hope you are feeling good..Get well soon..Missing all your lovely recipe…Take care…

  • http://outofthegarden.wordpress.com Linda

    Hi Sailu,

    Beautiful salad!
    Do take care of yourself and feel better soon 🙂

  • http://manpasand.blogspot.com krithika

    Get well soon Sailu. Salad looks fabulous.

  • http://orugallu.net/vinDu Mythili

    Awwww … I am sorry to know that ….. hope you get well soon. Great photos and awesome salad. Nutritious and healthy 🙂

  • http://typicalingredients.blogspot.com Tin

    Hi Sailu,

    That’s looks refreshing and healthy too is what we need during summer time…How are you? take care.

  • http://en-ulagam.blogspot.com revathi

    Hi Sailu
    I admire your dedication to keep the blog updated even when unwell. I know how its to keep posting when you are not feeling well.

    Nice fotos 🙂

  • http://www.kitchenmate.blogspot.com/ Karthi Kannan

    Hope you are ok…Get well soon Sailu… Nice post and photos as usual 🙂

  • http://arcthomas.blogspot.com/ Archana

    That’s quick fix healthy salad, than you for the recipe. Good to see you back, hope you are feeling better now. Take care
    Archana

  • http://www.kodaliskitchen.blogspot.com Tanuja

    Hi sailu,
    Hope ur feeling better now,take care sailu.

    Its a healthy salad thanks for sharing this.

  • http://www.aayisrecipes.com shilpa

    Hi Sailu. Get well soon. Take care. We are missing you…

  • sailu

    Thank you all for your wishes. I am much better, though not fully recovered. But nothing is going to stop me from getting the JFI-Dal round-up through..:):)

  • http://iniyaninaivugal.blogspot.com Raji

    Hai Sailu,

    Hope you are feeling better now.

    Lovely salad and very easy to make. will let you know how it comes out.

    Take care.

  • http://www.food-n-more.blogspot.com Anupama

    Beautiful salad sailu. I know I’m seeing it quite late but i got to your blog for the first time today thru Vaishali’s blog. Maybe the next event should be for Salads which are abundant in all cuisines. Come over to my blog some day.

    Thanks for dropping by, Anupama. Your right, salads would be a great theme. I’m on my way to your kitchen..:):)

  • http://mingudam.wordpress.com/ Monica

    looks amazing, adding this in my fav food, m gonna try it. Also adding a link to ur website. Thanks !!!

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  • Apple :)

    We have a pot luck at my office this week and I am going to try this