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Jain Dal / Kadhi recipes


Last Updated : Jun 19,2018



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Every meal must ideally have a dal or a kadhi, as they compensate for the dryness of other dishes with their thick liquid-like consistency. While dals are made with lentils, kadhis are curd-based accompaniments. Discover how to make mouth-watering dals like Panchmel Dal and Lachko Dal, and kadhis like the Dapka Kadhi and Dahi Chane ki Kadhi.

In this traditional Panchmel Dal recipe, five wholesome dals are used together with whole spices, tangy tamarind and a unique masala water to make a tongue-tickling dish!

Lachko is a feel-good dish in every respect, and usually features along with Osaman in a Gujarati menu. This sweet and thick yellow dal is generally served with rice as well as oodles of ghee to add to the aroma and flavour. The Lachko Dal and rice combo is similar to the maharashtrian varan bhaat.

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Recipe# 3879
25 Mar 16

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 by Tarla Dalal
Gattas or "gatte" are gram flour dumplings that are spiced up with dry masalas and then steamed and cut into small bite sized pieces. They are used to make a wide variety of dishes like Gatte ki Subzi ,
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Recipe# 613
23 Nov 14

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Lachko is a feel-good dish in every respect, and usually features along with osaman in a gujarati menu. This sweet and thick yellow dal is generally served with rice as well as oodles of ghee to add to the aroma and flavour. The lachko dal and rice combo is similar to the maharashtrian varan bhaat.
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Recipe# 4794
16 Jul 12

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Kottu Dal is a comforting dal recipe made of masoor dal, tempered traditionally and mixed with coconut milk. The coconut milk is what gives this famous Sri Lankan dal a soothing flavour, while a dash of lemon juice added before serving gives a tangy twist to it. Soak the dal for half an hour b ....
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Recipe# 1960
30 Oct 15

 
 
by Tarla Dalal
Who does not like tangy, lip-smacking kadhi? Here is a tangier, more tantalizing version made of tomato purée (instead of dahi), thickened with besan, and spiced up with an assortment of pungent ingredients. The order of adding ingredients, and the duration of cooking, need to be maintained in ....
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Recipe# 7550
21 Nov 07

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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As you will see from this recipe, exotic dal recipes can be prepared authentically without using onions or ginger, which are often considered by many as must-have ingredients for a dal-based dish. In this traditional recipe, five wholesome dals are used together with whole spices, tangy tamarind and ....
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Recipe# 33050
20 Aug 09

 
 by Tarla Dalal
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Kadhi lovers will enjoy this one - a yummy combination of non-fried moong dal dumplings and the traditional gujarati kadhi, this dish is rich in protein – an essential aid to losing weight. Have with pulao or khichadi as a great way to increase the protein in your diet.
Recipe# 8866
02 Nov 10

 
 
by saraswathy
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It is very good combination with rice. It is also good for the health as it contains jeera and pepper.
Recipe# 8868
19 Jul 07

 
 
by mallika51
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A nice easy and spicy tomato rasam recipe. Tomato rasam can be served with rice or enjoyed simply as a soup.
Recipe# 9055
29 Sep 11

 
 
by krithishyam
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A nice, easy and spicy lemon rasam recipe with lime juice and lemon rind added. The tangy lemon rasam can be served hot with rice or enjoyed simply as a soup.
Recipe# 10245
17 Apr 02

 
 by apar
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1. pepper rasam is a very good cure for cold, cough, indigestion, constipation.
2. if you want the rasam to be hot, then in the seasoning you can add one red chilli.
3. when boiling rasam, keep the flame medium. also cover the rasam with a lid so that the aroma is not lost.
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