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Bengali Dals / Curry recipes
Last Updated : Jul 18,2017
Bengalis love to have more of rice than rotis. You will find that the Bengali repertoire of dals and curries includes several tasty options like the Bengali Matarsutir Dal, Khalo Dal, Jackfruit Curry, Masur Dal, etc., which pair up perfectly with rice.
You would definitely have used green peas as part of many a recipe, but now try this Bengali Matarsutir Dal that is made exclusively with green peas and just a dash of common spices to pep it up.
Black lentil with the skin on has a really rustic flavour and richer aroma compared to the skinless, polished varieties. Understandably, a dal prepared with chilkewali urad dal also has a really rich flavour, aroma and texture. Khalo Dal is one such preparation, in Bengali style.
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04 Jan 17
Dal Kalai, Bengali Kalai Dal by Tarla Dalal
Taste has nothing to do with complexity – and this recipe proves the fact! A simple dal from Bengali kitchens, Dal Kalai is made by flavouring cooked urad dal with a paste of saunf and ginger.
Together with a quick tempering of green chillies, this paste gives the dal such an awesome taste and a ....
22 Feb 13
Bengali Matarsutir Dal ( Microwave Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
You would definitely have used green peas as part of many a recipe, but now try this bengali-style dal that is made exclusively with green peas and just a dash of common spices to pep it up.
05 Jan 17
Dal Chenchki by Tarla Dalal
A very interesting way of preparing dal, learnt from the Bengalis, the Dal Chenchki has a really mouth-watering flavour and appetizing aroma.
Typically, most Bengali dishes are tempered with a mix of seeds including mustard, fenugreek and nigella. The Dal Chenchki too derives much of its flavour ....
06 Jan 17
Kanch Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
A no-fuss recipe from the Bengali
repertoire, Kanch Moong Dal is a delightful, mildly spiced dish that you can make anyday.
This traditional recipe is made with just a teaspoon of oil, and derives its flavour from a tempering of red chillies and seeds.
28 Aug 15
Khalo Dal by Tarla Dalal
Black lentil with the skin on has a really rustic flavour and richer aroma compared to the skinless, polished varieties. Understandably, a dal prepared with chilkewali urad dal also has a really rich flavour, aroma and texture. Khalo Dal is one such preparation, in B ....
26 Sep 13
Musur Dal by Tarla Dalal
A simple, every day dal from the bengali repertoire, you can whip up musur dal even when you are in a rush, to serve along with rice or roti. A dash of the traditional bengali tempering of panch phoron (mustard seeds, cumin seeds, fennel seeds, nigella seeds and fenugreek seeds) makes this nutritiou ....
06 Mar 12
Jackfruit Curry ( Eachor Kosha) by Tarla Dalal
It is a semi-dry vegetable made with jackfruit and potatoes, sautéed in spices and rich cashew paste. Jackfruit is abundantly available all summer.
24 Jan 12
07 Apr 13
Cholar Dal by BETHICA DAS
It is an authentic Bengali recipe. Chana dal cooked with whole garam masala and coconut. Goes well with puri. Can also be had with rice too, accompanied with begun bhaja (brinjal fry)
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.
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