Kachumber: Finely Diced Salad

Chopped Salad

This salad is must with khichadi and other rice dishes.  Kachumber has special place in Thali.  Thali is a selection of different dishes, usually served in small bowls on a round tray.  All of the bowls are filled with vegetables and beans. Kachumber is also a part of Thali.  Here is a simple example in a salad of fresh vegetables.  A fresh and healthy recipe for Spring!

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Difficulty Level: Very Easy
Recipe Type: Vegan

Ingredients:

1    Small Skinny Cucumber, finely chopped
1    Small Green or Red Apple
1    Small Raw Mango, chopped
1    Small Onion, chopped
1    Small Tomato, cut into pieces
Few Leaves Mint, finely chopped
1    Small Green Chili, seeded and diced
1    Tsp Lemon Juice
Salt to Taste
1    Tsp Chaat Masala
(Cumin Powder can be added.)


How To Prepare:

Mix togther add salt lemon juice and chaat masala.  Salad is ready.

I am sure you will like it too!


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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Kachumber: Finely Diced Salad

Chopped Salad

This salad is must with khichadi and other rice dishes.  Kachumber has special place in Thali.  Thali is a selection of different dishes, usually served in small bowls on a round tray.  All of the bowls are filled with vegetables and beans. Kachumber is also a part of Thali.  Here is a simple example in a salad of fresh vegetables.  A fresh and healthy recipe for Spring!

Preparation Time: 15 Minutes
Cooking Difficulty Level: Very Easy
Recipe Type: Vegan

Ingredients:

1    Small Skinny Cucumber, finely chopped
1    Small Green or Red Apple
1    Small Raw Mango, chopped
1    Small Onion, chopped
1    Small Tomato, cut into pieces
Few Leaves Mint, finely chopped
1    Small Green Chili, seeded and diced
1    Tsp Lemon Juice
Salt to Taste
1    Tsp Chaat Masala
(Cumin Powder can be added.)


How To Prepare:

Mix togther add salt lemon juice and chaat masala.  Salad is ready.

I am sure you will like it too!


Labels:

1 Comments:

At April 27, 2011 at 11:29 AM , Anonymous Chucky said...

This looks delicious and the infusion of tastes sound intriguing. Thank you for sharing with those of us out here in the blogosphere.

 

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