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Everyday Dals recipes
Most households routinely prepare dal as part of their everyday meal. Different states have different homely ways of cooking dal, but one commonality is that most of these are quick and easy to prepare so they can be prepared without much ado on a routine basis. By getting to know about all these options, you are at an advantage because you can increase the variety of dals that you serve at home, making sure that your family is never bored of this essential category! Options like Dahiwali Toovar Dal and Spicy Yellow Moong Dal are easy to prepare, and perfect to enjoy with hot rice.
31 Dec 15
Masoor Dal, Easy Masoor Dal Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Here is something you can prepare on any day, to enjoy the satiating wholesomeness of home-cooked meals! This Masoor Dal is prepared using common spice powders and pastes, not to forget tasty onions and tomatoes, which give it a lip-smacking flavour and aroma.
Serve it hot with your favourite ....
29 Jan 17
Sukha Moong, Gujarati Dry Moong by Tarla Dalal
cooking relies on common spices and traditional tempering to make mouth-watering dishes within minutes. This Gujarati favourite is a semi-dry curry of soaked and boiled moong, perked up with readily-available but flavour-packed spice powders.
17 Jul 12
Dal Tadka, Punjabi Dal Tadka Recipe by Tarla Dalal
The Dal tadka is a regular feature for most of us while eating out at a Punjabi restaurant.
However few of us realize that this dish can be prepared with ease in your very own kitchen at nearly one-fifth the price.
Made with split red lentils this creamy, rich and smooth dal is tempered ....
07 Mar 17
Hyderabadi Khatti Dal by Tarla Dalal
Loads of tomatoes and tamarind give this Hyderabadi Khatti Dal a tongue-tickling tanginess, while a splash of spice powders and other pungent ingredients like ginger, garlic and green chillies add to its finger-licking taste!
This everyday dal
12 Apr 15
Fatless Maa ki Dal by Tarla Dalal
Think dal and the first thing that comes to mind is mother’s cooking.
While moms are generally fond of pampering their children with oodles of ghee and butter, we must learn to tone down on these fatty ingredients as we grow up! So, here a fatless version of Maa ki Dal, which not only retains the s ....
30 Jan 17
Vaingya Ambot, South Indian Brinjal Dal by Tarla Dalal
Vaingya Ambot is a tongue-tickling preparation of brinjals, cooked with tamarind and dal. Tamarind together with a paste of coconut and red-chillies gives this dish a wonderfully tangy and spicy flavour.
A dash of spice powders and a tempering of mustard seeds and asafetida add to the taste and ....
23 Mar 13
Spicy Yellow Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
This Spicy Yellow Moong Dal is so tasty you will want to make it every day, and you can – because it is so simple and easy-to-make. Unlike traditional methods of making dal with a ghee-loaded tempering, this dal is made without any oil and yet tastes the same.
Moong Dal is a storehouse of nutr ....
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 ....
23 Sep 13
Masala Dal by Tarla Dalal
Dal is healthy, plain or spicy. But, this is one excellent dal you just cannot resist! comprising of four key varieties of pulses, cooked with onions and tomatoes, and perked up with a range of carefully chosen spices, masala dal is just the thing to have with hot rice and rotis.
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.
06 Feb 16
Rajma Curry, Punjabi Rajma Masala Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Rajma curry and rice… no meal can be more satiating. Rajma is filling and nutritious and turns out beautifully when cooked in a thick tomato pulp with only basic spices. This curry is a favourite in punjab and very popular amongst all age groups.
19 Apr 15
Mooli Moong Dal by Tarla Dalal
Mooli or white radish is extensively used in Rajasthani cooking unlike in other parts of India where it's merely considered a salad vegetable. Radish adds sharp and pungent accents in this bland moong dal. And like all traditional Rajasthani recipes, this dal too, is tempered with ghee. Some househo ....
01 Jun 16
Methiche Varan by Tarla Dalal
Varan refers to traditional Maharashtrian
lentil-based dishes. Here, cooked toovar dal is perked up with fenugreek leaves and tasty spice powders and pastes. An aromatic tempering adds to the traditional charm of the Methiche Varan, making sure that its aro ....
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