1. karadekoolaid

    Recipe Mung Bean Dal with Tomato

    Ingredients: 150 gms whole green mung beans, soaked for 2-3 hours 1 large onion, diced A 1" piece of fresh ginger, minced 3 cloves garlic, minced 4 fresh green chiles , minced 3 medium tomatoes, diced 1 1/2 tsps tomato puree 1 tsp cumin seeds 1/2 tsp fenugreek seeds 1/4 tsp nigella seeds A few...
  2. Ramana

    Recipe Masoor Malka Dal

    Masoor Dal malka is an Indian pulse that goes very well with main course. It is very easy to prepare and when one perfects the recipe they enjoy the preparation and can even modify the recipe according to their taste. This dal goes well with rice, butter naan and other breads. Masoor Malka...
  3. Ramana

    Moong sabut dal cooked in 1 hour

    Simple to cook, very popular and highly palatable which is relished by everyone this is our Moong Sabut Dal. It is nutritional and the most versatile of all pulses. Its flavour gets enhanced many times when served with tempering. Ingredients For Dal Moong Sabut Dal - 100 grams Onions - 1 qty...
  4. Ramana

    Recipe Simple 1 Hour Dal Makhani

    Look at that dal!!!! Isn't it looking delicious and mouth-watering😋😋. Pulses play an important role in Indian staple food and you will find them in every meal. This yummy dal makhani is relished specially in Punjab and is eaten with butter naan, tandoori roti and even with rice. Ingredients...
  5. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    Recipe Dal with five kinds of veg

    This is from The Dal Cookbook ( Author Krishna Dutta). It's one of only 2 books on my bookshelves that contain meat & fish recipes. The information regarding the recipe is that five is an auspicious number for the Hindus,with this recipe often cooked as temple food. The authentic vegetables are...
  6. Timenspace

    Recipe Red Lentils Cheddar Dahl

    This recipe served as educational basis, as it was my first ever Dahl. Red Lentil Dahl (Easy Indian Recipe) - Bianca Zapatka | Recipes I did vary though. it is so easy to prepare, and makes a wonderful entry dish, or an afternoon snack, with some toasted bread, or naan or biscuits or crackers...
  7. Morning Glory

    Recipe Spicy Aubergine Involtini with Chana Dal & Spinach

    This vegan dish makes a good light lunch with some crusty bread on the side. The flavours are intriguing and contrasting, using earthy Indian spices with miso and sweet & sour pomegranate molasses. Use more chilli if you want a spicier tomato sauce. Ingredients (makes 5 to 6 involtini) For...
  8. Morning Glory

    Recipe Warm Smoked Mackerel Salad with Sprouted Matki Dal and Pickled Apples

    Matki is a type of pulse commonly used in India. It is also sold as Moth Beans (pronounced ‘mote’). It can be cooked just like mung beans or lentils but is delicious (and nutritious) when sprouted. You could substitute sprouted mung beans if you can’t obtain matkhi. To sprout the matkhi, first...
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