Yellow split moong dal takes on a delicious avatar in this stove top cooked version flavoured with tomatoes and dried mint. A quick and easy recipe to go with rotis.
Methi Dal is a simple dish of yellow lentils (tur dal) and fresh methi (fenugreek leaves), gently spiced with fresh ginger, garlic and garam masala powder. A bowl of methi dal with steaming hot rice… [Continue Reading]
A recipe for dal fry made using a mix of 6 lentils | Mixed dal curry | Mixed dal fry recipe – Rich in protein, fibre and antioxidants, this is a hearty, filling dish!
￼ Recipe for Kerala Parippu Curry | Yellow moong dal with coconut | Onam Parippu recipe – One recipe that is a MUST have in an Onam Sadya, a simple flavourful moong dal recipe
Onam Recipes : Kerala Sambar / Mixed vegetable sambar ￼- Another Onam Sadya recipe, serve with red rice and banana chips for Kerala food heaven!
A recipe for drumstick leaves – Dal with Moringa greens / drumstick leaves, just another way to include this superfood in your daily diet.
Recipe for Indian Pumpkin Curry with Lentils / Yellow Pumpkin with Chana Dal ￼ – Mildly spicy curry full of health-boosting nutrients and delicious too!
Recipe for Mint Rasam / Pudina Rasam / Pudina Shorba – a uniquely flavoured rasam, with a refreshing flavour. A summer special!
Whole Masoor Dal (sabut masoor or Whole red lentils) is one of the easiest dals to cook, a healthy side for rice or rotis. Get the recipe! BEGINNER COOK FRIENDLY!
This is the concluding recipe in the ongoing series – Tata I-Shakti T20 Tadka. These recipes are a fusion between the two Indian states / cities that are playing each other in the IPL2015 – T20 matches. This one is for the match between Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knightriders this evening. Panchm
I’m super excited to bring to you a new recipe series. This combines our combined love for IPL T20 and food! You may wonder what this is about. For the T20 Tadka, on 7 exciting match days, I shall be sharing a fusion recipe that clashes the food of the two states clashing with each other in the matc
To be honest, I’ve never eaten in a ‘real’ dhaba. But yes, I can claim to have eaten in a few mock dhabas, starting with Pritam da Dhaba at Dadar (Mumbai) in my childhood with Amma and Appa. It was one of the few restaurants we would eat out at. I remember staring at the side counter of their open