( Besan ka Chilla)

Time for some Ayurvedic food with Anjalina from @soulveda_kitchen!
Amazing for the whole family, brilliant because they’re gluten free!
From Anjalina’s Ebook: Festival, available on her website: https://anjalinachugani.com/en/product/festival-ebook/
Anjalina is passionate and emotional cook, connecting strongly with her Indian roots. She is extremely passionate about Ayurveda and believes that spices form an essential part of any home kitchen, not only bringing flavour to any dish but also numerous health benefits. Here she shares some ways to incorporate these spices into your daily dinners and enjoy the benefits and tastes. 

200 g chickpea flour
1 tablespoon natural yogurt (lactose free if you wish)
1 tablespoon garlic and ginger paste
1 green chill, chopped
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cumin seeds
2 tablespoons chopped coriander leaves
220ml of water

Replace the water with 2 bunches of fresh spinach,blended with 200ml of water until you get a light, thin liquid.

Replace the water with 1 beet cooked and grated, then blended with its juice and
200ml water.

To make chilla dough, with your hands or spatula, mix all ingredients well in a
bowl until a smooth consistency is reached. To cook the chilla, take a medium
non-stick pan and place over medium heat. Let the pan heat for a couple of
minutes. Then pour a large spoonful of the mixture into the pan and spread it
evenly in clockwise circular motions with the back of the spoon, pressing very
lightly so that spaces do not form while the pancakes are being prepared. Adding a few drops of oil on the sides of the chilla will allow  them to cook and crisp up well. Leave it cook for a couple of minutes on one side and then use a spatula and cook on the other side for another minute. The chilla is cooked when slightly browned on each side.

Want to learn more? 
SPICE UP YOUR LIFE MASTERCLASS with @anjalinachugani_soulspices

Join Anjalina, in SoulVeda Kitchen, on a journey into the deep and delicious spice world! On Instagram every Wednesday 6:30pm (starting this Wednesday!) - @soulveda_kitchen
Week 1: Showing you her spice pantry , and giving you tips on what spices to start your journey with

Week 2: Anjalina shows you a couple of versions of her famous masala chai, a great way to ease into the spice world!

Week 3: Let's start our day with some warming spice: a breakfast recipe to warm your soul and some quick tips on how to start your day the Ayurveda way

Week 4: A sweet treat! Yes, Ayurveda loves sweet tastes, with a hint of spice!
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