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762 urad dal recipes

Last Updated : Mar 15,2018

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Recipe# 10458
16 Sep 02
 by ushasub
No reviews
Crumble the idlis well to almost sooji-like consistency.
use a wet hand to prevent sticking.
you can add chopped capsicum, carrot, etc. after frying the onion.
Recipe# 10498
07 Nov 02
 by paulachand
No reviews
The crispy and crunchy kachori is a fried poorie or Indian fried bread recipe with an array of spices as filling. Enjoy the kachori as snack with chutney or pickle. The kachori can also be enjoyed with curd, imli chutney and red chilli powder as topping.
Recipe# 10502
08 Nov 02
No reviews
Vegetable idli is a nutritious variation to the South Indian staple idlis (steamed rice-lentil dumplings). The idlis batter is mixed with chopped vegetables and grated coconut and steamed to create soft, fluffy, healthy vegetable idlis.
Recipe# 10508
18 Sep 02
 by sheelab
No reviews
1.lime juice can be added later also as some people do not prefer it.
2.salt can be added beforehand while boiling the broken wheat also, it tastes good.
Recipe# 10570
14 Apr 12
 by chandapappa
No reviews
A traditional urad dal based fried snack, medu vada is a south indian cuisine delight. The soaked urad dal is ground together with spices and deep fried. The medu vada is best paired with sambhar and coconut chutney as breakfast, snack or even as a meal dish.
Recipe# 10603
30 Aug 01
by varloo
No reviews
Tamarind is added so no need to add tomatoes.
adding ghee just before adding the sooji to the boiling water helps to m ix the ghee well.
Recipe# 10611
25 Aug 11
 by eshsri
No reviews
When the rice is been cooked make sure that the grains are separate. This can also be easily done by adding 2 spoons of ghee when you are cooling the rice. . Add 1 spoon of sugar to the coconut mix before you put off the gas, it will taste better. . . To make the mix richer you may add fried cashew ....
Recipe# 10708
01 Sep 16
by yani
No reviews
In USA only two types of rice are easily available in Indian stores. Serve this popular South Inidan snack with coconut chutney, tomato chutney or sambar.
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