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Recipe# 1965
18 Sep 12
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Dal Fry by Tarla Dalal
A popular moderately spiced north indian dal, consisting of a tasty combination of masoor dal and yellow moong dal. Dal fry has a good mouth feel of soft dal pieces and goes great with any paratha or roti. Quick and easy to make.
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Recipe# 33898
15 Apr 14
Dal Fry ( Microwave Recipe ) 
by Tarla Dalal
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Dal fry is literally every where! you will find it on every restaurant menu, in most buffets, in wedding spreads, parties and in day-to-day meals. That is how versatile and common this north indian recipe is. Devoid of too many spices, this dal tastes very natural though not bland or raw. In short, ....
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Recipe# 32793
01 Jan 1999
Laal Math Dal Fry ( Know Your Green Leafy Vegetables ) by Tarla Dalal
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This wholesome recipe can be prepared with any or many dals as per you choice, such as masoor, tuvar, etc. Savour hot with rice and ghee.
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Recipe# 4782
05 Sep 12
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Green Dal Fry by Tarla Dalal
Bored of the simple dal fry recipe? here’s a variation you’ll be tempted to try out. Moong and toovar dal are boiled together and then cooked with a wonderful fresh paste of coriander, coconut, ginger, chillies and more. Your family will relish the different taste.
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Recipe# 33274
01 Jan 1999
Methi Moong Dal Dhokla ( Non - Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
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Methi moong dal dhokla, are generally healthy, no doubt, but this is an even more nutritious version, as the dal is used with the skin and a leafy vegetable is also added. Besan is added to bind the ingredients. Moong dal is rich in proteins, folic acid etc. , making this a nutri-scrumptious delight ....
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Recipe# 7448
26 Sep 13
French Bean and Chana Dal Stir-fry 
by Tarla Dalal
Perk up french beans with indian spices in this interesting stir-fry. French beans contain fibre, which binds glucose and slows down its absorption, preventing a quick rise in blood sugar levels.
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Recipe# 33312
01 Jan 1999
Moong Dal Handvo ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal handvo is a popular savoury cake among the natives of gujarat. Here, we have replaced rice with lentils in order to enhance the recipe's protein content. Rawa adds crunch and makes the handvo crisper. Cut it into pieces after cooling slighty, as it will be soft inside and you will not get ....
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Recipe# 33311
01 Jan 1999
Mixed Dal Handvo ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
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Mixed dal handvo, the traditional gujarati savoury cake made using a procedure that ensures perfection – you just can’t go wrong with this. It deserves to be a meal by itself when served with chutney or buttermilk as an accompaniment. Readymade flour is available in the market, but try this version ....
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Recipe# 33288
01 Jan 1999
Moong Dal Khandvi ( Non-fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Khandvi is usually using besan, but here i have made it using moong dal flour for a change! you’ll be surprised to note that it’s as or even tastier than the traditional besan version. Moong dal flour is not easily available in the market, and so you might have to get it made in the flourmill.
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Recipe# 22287
01 Jan 1999
Moong Dal Waffles with Stir-fried Vegetables by Tarla Dalal
An indian touch to western waffles! moong dal provides folic acid while vegetables ensure fibre in this unusual yet delicious combination. Make the waffles in advance and rustle up the colourful stir-fried vegetables just before you need them.
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Recipe# 33280
01 Jan 1999
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Moong Dal Panki ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
Moong dal panki,this easily digestible snack is sure to please your stomach, without any after-effects! remember to remove the skin of the dal for a better texture and taste. Also, you could increase the amount of besan if the batter is too thin.
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Recipe# 33308
01 Jan 1999
Moong Dal Pandoli ( Non- Fried Snacks ) by Tarla Dalal
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Moong dal pandoli, similar to idlis, but made in a unique style, the pandolis taste best when served steaming hot with chutney and tea. The batter is spooned on a muslin cloth that is tied over boiling hot water, making it a really different preparation style. You will need a bit of practice to cook ....
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Recipe# 38561
22 Jul 13
Dal Fry For Beginners. by Sandipan
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This is the most stapled indian food which is very easy to make and it is something which can be made everyday. A wonderful recipe for all beginners and is undoubtedly the most nutritious food and very tasty indeed. Great to go with a bowl or steamed rice or rotis/phulkas.
Recipe# 12939
28 Jul 11
Mix Dal Fry by veena kumari
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A simple and delicious dal recipe.
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