This is exactly not a “recipe”. Also it’s nothing new but still this side dish adds flavour to your food and completes your “thali” or plate. You might make this every single day and some of you can’t eat your food without it, this side dish is a hit! If I have nothing to eat or if I don’t like any sabzi of my choice, I can eat my entire meal with it.
Masala Onions or Masala Pyaaz is no rocket science, but still I thought why not add it to my list of recipes. It’s easy, simple and doesn’t require any cooking. It adds zing to your food and makes your thali complete.
You can serve these with Dal Makhani, Chhole, Jeera Rice etc.
Let’s dig into the recipe.
Masala Onion | Chatpata Masala Pyaaz
Masala Onion or Chatpata Masala Pyaaz. Serve it with your main dish and it will add flavours to it. Spicy, Tangy and full of flavours, this completes any Indian Thali. Happy Cooking!
Peel and chop Onions into thin slices. Separate them using your hands. You can slice them up the way you want.
Put these into a mixing bowl. Add all the spices, lemon and salt.
Sprinkle crushed kasoori meethi, this is optional.
Lastly add chopped coriander and few mint leaves.
Mix them well. Check the seasoning and adjust according to your taste.
Serve it as a side dish or as a salad. You can serve these with Dal Makhani, Jeera Rice or Chhole.
Chatpata Masala Onion is ready.