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11 May 11
Bhindi In Dahi by Radha Hoizal
Bhindi In Dahi, itis a type of kadhi. Serve as an accompaniment with rice and chapatis.
29 Jul 11
Black Dal by latakrish14
A yummy blend of soyabeans and dals!
10 Feb 11
Bottleguard Kutu by Foodie #504875
This dish is best suited for roties. It is prepared with minimal ingrediets and can be prepared with either cabbage, snakeguard etc.
31 Jan 12
Brinjal Dal by damyantiben
Brinjal imparts a unque flavour to the dal.
17 Nov 11
Cabbage Yogurt Gravy by Supraja Kanagaraj
Cabbage Yogurt Gravy, it is a delicious and easy to make yogurt based semi-dry vegetable. Which can be relished with rice, dosa and roti.
05 May 11
Cashew Kadhi by Foodie #514071
A creamy kadhi recipe with cottage cheese and cashew nuts.
22 Jan 14
Chana Daal Subzi by lajabab dishes
Daal is very healthy and tasty. Chana daal sabji uses all of seasons.
24 Jan 12
Chana Dal with Vegetables by Foodie #559430
Chana dal cooked with vegetables makes this dal a wholesome and healthy recipe!
09 May 11
Corn Kadhi by mamasurve
Kadhi with corn. Can be served with rice or rotis.Relished by all age groups.
22 Jul 13
Dal Fry For Beginners. by Sandipan
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.
01 Mar 12
Dal Makhni Without Oil by nilimasurve
This recipe is for people who want to be on diet and still indulge in some yummy food. This dal makhani tastes absolutely awesome.
27 Jul 11
Dal Vegetable by madhavijata
Nutritious dal cooked with vegetables
12 May 11
Dapka Kadhi 1 by foodie $1234
Dapka kadhi is scrumptious yogurt dish which is not only light but simple to cook. Is also known as Pakoda Kadhi. Fried gram flour fritters (pakora) simmered in sweet and tangy yogurt gravy.
29 Jul 11
Doodhi and Spinach Dal by motis
While making the baghar sauce, boil the tamarind juice well so the raw taste of tamarind goes while frying the masala, alternate the heat and make sure not to burn the ingredients. As soon as you get the first sneeze, its done.
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