This Maharashtra-style dal comes with the southern flavors and an extremely healthy addition that is the drumstick. An easy sambar if you may call it, the Shevga Dal masala is enhanced with a sizzling tadka ...
This recipe requires no fancy ingredients and can be made in just 15 minutes. All you need to do is soak moong dal, mix it with spices and then fry it or bake for a ...
Now is the time to try something up a notch! This dalgona candy is super easy to make and requires just two ingredients to get ready. Try it out!
Rajma has essential nutrients like- iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin K1. With so many benefits to this, let us see how to make rajma sundal snack recipe.
Goan Aloo vindaloo is the vegetarian alternative to the classic vindaloo curry. This curry is known for its hot and spicy flavours that will excite your tastebuds and make you salivate.
Hyderabadi Dal Mutton gosht, as the name suggests, is a well-known Indian dish from the streets of Hyderabad. This is relished with love by non-vegetarians and contains mutton along with daal.
Peanut Sundal is like a peanut chaat loaded on south Indian flavours, from mustard and curry leaves and grated coconut, this dish is a popular teatime snack and is also used as Prasad during navratri.
Healthy and wholesome, Sindhi dal toast is made with bread slices stuffed with spicy potatoes, drizzled with moong dal along with tangy tamarind chutney and mint sauce.
Nilakadalai Chutney, also known as peanut chutney is a delicious blend of flavours of peanut, coconut and curry leaves. This chutney can be a perfect companion to enhance the taste and flavours of your usual ...
This sindhi dal is made by using three different dals and that are chana dal, urad dal and green chilka dal. It is then enhanced by a rich and flavourful tadka made by ghee, hing, ...
Moong Dal Pakodi Curry aka Moong Dal Ki Goli is one eclectic recipe which brings together the healthy lentil and an array of spices.
Moong Dal Recipes: Use the humble Indian lentil in a number of innovative ways for delicious results in your cooking.
Weight Loss: Rich in protein, urad dal is also known to be brimming with vitamin B iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium and potassium.
We have found 5 interesting ways to use moong dal to get an array of dishes, from snacks and main course to even desserts! Wondering how? Read below to know more!
Easy and comforting, a simple dal is the go-to dish for many of us. Here is a delicious Maharashtrian Shevga dal masala recipe for you to try.
Urad Dal for Skin: The humble Urad Dal can be used for skincare in a number of ways and here are a few!
The Dal Dhaba recipe by Chef Ravi Saxena at the Dhaba Restaurant is a wonderfully creamy dish, and a class apart from the regular Dal Makhani.
There's something inherently comforting in the black urad dal, aptly referred to as 'Maa Ki Dal' in some regions. Try this delicious Dal Dhaba recipe!
Pancharatna Dal Recipe: Pachmel dal is a Rajasthani specialty made with a splendid blend of arhar dal, chana dal, dhuli urad dal, moon dal (chilkewali) and dhuli moong dal.
Indian Cooking Tips: A simple bowl of dal is the go-to dish for many of us. Here's a delicious dal tadka recipe for you!