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4 fried masala chana dal recipes
Last Updated : Apr 11,2019
Bhel Puri by Tarla Dalal
This is the most commonly sold chaat in the streets of Mumbai. Almost every street has its own friendly bhelwala with his inimitable blends of chutneys and masalas. Bhel is a delectable combination of papadis, puffed rice, sev, onions, potatoes, raw mango and chutneys. The proportions of the various ....
Sukha Bhel ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes) by Tarla Dalal
Sukha bhel, the best medicine for sudden hunger pangs, be it on a noisy railway platform or a quiet roadside!
This dry, non-messy variation of bhel can be stuffed in as a quick meal even as you rush to work.
You may add veggies like tomatoes etc if you wish to make it an even more enjoyable ....
Geela Bhel by Tarla Dalal
Want to experience the power of a tornado swirling inside your mouth? Well, no better way than to taste this Geela Bhel.
An awesomely crunchy and spicy snack, the Geela Bhel features puffed rice mixed with an array of spices to get a really chatpata flavour.
Onions, tomatoes, lemon juice, ny ....
11 Apr 19
Aloo Chaat ( Mumbai Roadside Recipes ) by Tarla Dalal
What a delightful experience it is to watch the baby potato turn into something so exciting! Tiny potatoes, marinated in Indian
spices and sautéed in oil, are topped with moong, sev and other typical chaat add-ons.
Although Aloo Chaat is not an integral part of ....
04 Sep 15
Karara by Radha Hoizal
Karara, an unusual use of fried masala chana dal. It is ground and combined wheat flour and rice flour and spice to make a crispy snack. This is a snack that can be stored and relished whenever in mood for a quick tasty bite.
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