The term “Masala” attached with any recipe, brings a tangy taste to your mouth. While the term “masala” is associated with “spiciness” more often than not, it is actually incorrect to do that. Masala is not always spicy though that could be just one aspect of it.
To be frank with you, until about a few years back, I only knew about making just one thing with peas. It was “aloo matar”. Other than that the most use that I found with peas was to add that into other recipes like aloo poha, Pulao etc. But, my quest for variety made me experiment a lot with peas. Some of them turned out to be good and tasty recipes and yet others… I had to forget.
But this one, I am sure you will all love. This is a quick and easy recipe and will not take too much of efforts.
Now onto something even more interesting!
Did you know that “Peas” are considered to be one of the healthiest and most nutritious vegetables?
• Peas are extremely good for weight management because of the fact that it is extremely low on fat but high on everything else.
• Peas contain a health protective polyphenol called “Coumestrol” which is proven to help prevent stomach cancer
• The high levels of anti-oxidants in peas can help build a strong immune system, an energetic body and is also said to help in anti-aging.
• It even helps in blood sugar regulation, thanks to the high fiber content in it.
So if that was enough information on Peas, let us dive straight into the recipe and see how peas masala is made.
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