Chikar chole is a Punjabi-style dish enjoyed both in north India and Pakistan. 'Chikar' means mashed and mushy chole.
Here we bring you a simple recipe that will help you prepare the authentic Punjabi chole without using garlic, onion and tomato.
Be it impromptu guest gathering or simply when you want to indulge into something lip-smacking, this street style recipe is perfect for every purpose. Let's get started with the recipe now.
Padma Lakshmi, in a recent video, showed how to make chole, establishing her passion for diverse tastes and connection to her Indian roots. Read on.
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