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UM WorldFest: Cooking Chana Masala with Dr. Patel
12:00 AM
University of Montana
*This event is pre-recorded and will be available starting April 9.
Enjoy this detailed, step-by-step 10-minute instructional film, by a gifted British/Indian cook. Chana Masala originated from the northern parts of India where it's a staple dish. It has gained popularity in the past few years because it's vegan, rich in protein, and simple to make. This tangy dish is commonly consumed as a snack, main meal, or breakfast. “Chana” means chickpea (aka garbanzo bean) and “masala” refers to a blend of spices used in Indian cooking. Chickpeas are simmered in a combination of spices and herbs, often served with rice or Indian flatbreads such as naan, then garnished with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream. It is a healthy dish, loaded with folate, iron, fiber, and vitamin B. Chana Masala recipes vary by region.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: University of Montana
Address: 32 Campus Drive Missoula, MT 59812
Phone: (406) 243-6880

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