It won't be an exaggeration to say that dal and chawal make for one of the lightest and the tastiest everyday North Indian meals and for all the right reasons. Our weekday meal is just incomplete without a humble bowl of dal along with steamed rice and some papad alongside. This wholesome combination truly satisfies the body and the heart. Be it for dinner or lunch, it can be savoured anytime without any complaints. If you are also a fan of this comfort food, here we bring you a North Indian thali that constitutes dal along with chawal, papad, achaar, raita and one sookhi sabzi. So, without much ado, let's learn how to make these easy-peasy recipes and also how to assemble them together.
Here's A List Of 5 Recipes To Put Together A North Indian Thali:
Arhar Ki Dal
Nothing spells comfort like some steaming arhar dal drizzled on a plateful of rice - a simple everyday classic recipe. Even an amateur cook can master the art of making this recipe. Find the recipe here.
Next up we have found a super quick and easy recipe that shall become your go-to meal for weekdays and it is called aloo bhindi! The scrumptious aloo meets the fibrous bhindi to give a masaledaar and crispy sabzi. Click here for the recipe.
Boondi Raita Tadka
A classic bowl of boondi raita defines indulgence. Made with yogurt, crunchy boondi and some spices, it offers a host of flavours to the taste buds. Taking the taste game a step ahead, here we tried a unique boondi raita recipe that adds a spicy and aromatic tadka to the dish. Click here.
Hare Dhaniye ki Chutney
Coriander chutney is common to most Indian households but this recipe will blow your mind! The overpowering taste of coriander is beautifully balanced with mint leaves and a few drops of lemon juice. Find the recipe here.
Here we bring you another comforting recipe in which jeera is added to steamed rice that gives a refreshing flavour to the main dish. Pair this with your choice of curry or dal for a hearty meal. Find the recipe here.
Add papad and achaar to the meal and you are good to go! Try this out and let us know your experience in the comment section below.