Dal or lentil is a staple dish in almost all Indian households; in fact it is prepared every day in most of them. With so many varieties of dals available, it is possible to make different dal each time to go with the rest of the meal. Dal is one of the best sources of proteins in a vegetarian diet. Every Indian kitchen has different kinds of dals stocked up at all times. Imagine a dish combining the goodness and deliciousness of different dals. This mixed dal made with four kinds of dals packs a punch of nutritious and flavours that will rev up your meal; be it lunch or dinner.
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This yummy, nourishing dal can accompany a number of varied meals. This dal can be paired with any Indian bread or any rice dish. Putting together a variety of lentils is a great idea to turn your regular dal into a more vibrant one.
The recipe video was shared by popular vegetarian food vlogger Manjula Jain on her YouTube channel 'Manjula's Kitchen'. The recipe uses four types of dals - split urad dal (with skin), split-wash moong dal (without skin), masoor dal and arhar dal (also known as toor dal). The dals are cooked together like you normally cook any dal. When the dals are cooked, a tempering or chaunk is added to make it flavourful and rich.
Watch the recipe video below for detailed list of ingredients and measurements, and also for step-by-step instructions to make this mixed dal perfectly at home.
Watch Recipe Video Of Mixed Dal
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