Methi chole, the addition of methi or fenugreek leaves to good old chickpeas curry adds a fragrance and flavor that elevates it from a lay man’s food to a dish from a gourmet kitchen! Methi Chole stands true t what I believe in, “It is simple recipes that make grand feasts”.
The weather is a great ice-breaker for any conversation. Would you agree with me? You are trying to socialize at a party and you are meeting this person for the first time, and poof! Suddenly, just like that, everyone else disappears and you find yourself alone with this new company, awkward. What do you do? “hmmm, Summers arrived a little later this year but it is on with all its force, isn’t it?” or “summer afternoons are the best!”.
Heck, forget a stranger at a party; I even use weather as filler for conversation with my parents and in laws too! Don’t get me wrong, but there is always a dearth of topics to chat with them about. I can’t talk about how badass Walter white’s character in Breaking Bad is or why Game of thrones needs so much nudity to sell inspite of being a great story itself! Tech-talks? Fuh-get-about-it! I have long chats about how to use skype or whatsapp but it is mostly me translating technology to baby talk.
However, ever since I started food blogging, my conversations are never filled with long pauses anymore! Food like weather is another universal ice-breaker. Methi Chole helped me fill almost 30 minutes of talk time with 3 different people over the past week! 😀
Thanks to the delicious methi chole, not only did my husband declare that he never wants to eat regular chole again, my chat-time with family was pleasing too 😀 Well, here is the recipe for: