Recipes

Name CO2e / serving

Indian chickpea curry (Chana Masala)

CO2e total: 1.767 kg
Servings: 6
0.295
kg CO2e / portion
You can eat
9.15
portions of Indian chickpea curry (Chana Masala) to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget

Country of consumption: Germany

Ingredients

CO2e (kg) Product Amount (kg) Description Country produced
0.051
Chili 0.05 2-3 fresh green chilies, sliced with seeds ((I used serrano peppers // reduce amount if you prefer less heat)) Unknown
0.071
Coriander (ground) 0.015 1 Tbsp ground coriander Unknown
0.906
Chickpeas (canned) 0.8 2 15-ounce cans chickpeas, slightly drained Unknown
0.163
Vegetable oil 0.045 3 Tbsp grape seed oil ((or sub coconut oil)) Unknown
0.024
Herbs & Spices 0.005 1 tsp garam masala* ((see instructions for DIY blend)) Unknown
0.002
Salt 0.004 3/4 tsp sea salt ((divided // plus more to taste)) Unknown
0.093
Onions 0.2 1 medium white or yellow onion, finely diced Unknown
0.041
Sugar 0.04 2-3 tsp coconut sugar Unknown
0.024
Chili powder 0.005 1 tsp chili powder Unknown
0.136
Herbs & Spices 0.029 1 28-ounce can pureed or finely diced tomatoes ((if unsalted, you’ll add more salt to the dish)) Unknown
0.03
Cilantro 0.1 1/2 cup fresh cilantro, chopped Unknown
0.071
Cumin (ground) 0.015 1 Tbsp ground cumin Unknown
0.035
Ginger 0.03 2 Tbsp fresh ginger, minced Unknown
0.024
Turmeric 0.005 1 tsp ground turmeric Unknown
0.077
Garlic 0.09 6 cloves garlic, minced ((6 cloves yield ~3 Tbsp)) Unknown
0.021
Lemons 0.03 2 Tbsp lemon juice ((plus more to taste)) Unknown

Instructions

Source: https://minimalistbaker.com/easy-chana-masala/