Make this delicious kadalebele usili recipe from the Indian cuisine for festive reasons and special occasions.
Bihari chana Dal Puri blows you over with its incredible taste and slides your taste buds through a foodie adventure. It is typically native and outrageously delicious that you can never ever ignore its mesmerizing effect on your senses. Relish it along with hot aloo capsicum sabzi and gravitate to your favorite rhythm of life...
Chana Dal is inspired by Hyderabadi haleem which is quite complicated to make but no doubt the results are outstanding. On the other hand Chana Dal is very simple to make and unlike haleem, it requires few ingredients. You may also like: Chicken Mince Stuffed Bittergourd, Pork Teriyaki Kebabs and Brown Rice and Beef Cutlets […]
Basically Spicy Aloo Gosht is cooked as a curry which is also very popular not only in India but also in Pakistan and Bangladesh but here I have tried it a bit dry than the usual which turned out to be extremely delicious and mouthwatering. You may also like: Chana Dal (Lentils with Beef Mince) […]
My today"s recipe is SATHWIK CHANA DAL from "MY SATVIK KITCHEN". in this recipe no onion no garlic added & can make it during fast. I...
I got this recipe from my dear friend SANDHYA KAMATH. You can serve it as starters or as snacks or as side dish with rice. Speciality of...
Easy, delicious, and healthy chana dal payasam is made using Bengal gram, rice, and jaggery. This refined sugar-free sweet is perfect for festivals and celebrations. Making it in the Instant Pot saves time and gives perfect taste and texture.
Kerala Diaries part 2 Coming to my 2 nd recipe that I tried out during my journey, is a simple humble “ParipuVada” in Malayalam...
Easy and delicious vegan curry made with bottle gourd (lauki) and chana dal (split Bengal gram). This simple and healthy Instant Pot curry is a good source of plant-based protein. Perfect for meal prep and freezer-friendly.
Cholar dal is a bengali style niramish or veg chana dal recipe with coconut or narkel and it perfectly goes with luchi ( puri), kochuri, or radhaballavi.
Try Surti Sev Khamani today, a Gujarati dish made with chana dal and sev that is very easy to make and one can serve it in less than half an hour
Chana Dal Lauki is the main course recipe to be served with rice. First of all, it is a healthy food. Loved by children and especially the elders.
Chana dal lauki is split chickpeas & bottle gourd vegetable boiled & thereafter tempered in spice & masala powders using ghee. Watch video.
Chana Dal Barfi is a extremely tasty sweet delicacy in India. The dessert is consisting of roasted chana dal, sugar, and milk.
Chana dal is high in protein content and low in glycemic index. This intensly tangy, creamy chutney is packed with protein and good nutrition. This versatile chutney pairs well with idlis, dosas and parathas. It tastes great as a sandwich spread or as a dip :-)
Khoresh Gheymeh is a delicious Iranian beef and yellow split pea stew flavored with tomato paste, spices, and dried limes (limoo amani). The stew served with fried potato and saffron rice Split Pea (chana dal) If you make this Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew, be sure to leave a comment and tag me on Instagram! Love to hear from you. Follow my Pinterest and Instagram to get more recipes and cooking ideas! Related article: Semolina Dumpling with Beef Stew Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew Ingredients 1/2 cup yellow split peas 250g beef or lamb 2 tbsp olive oil 1 medium yellow onion, chopped 1/3 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp turmeric powder 2 tsp tomato paste 1 cup tomato puree 3 cups of water 2 Persian dried limes, poked through with a knife 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/8 teaspoon ground saffron Method Cut the beef into 1-inch pieces, season with salt, and let it sit for 15-30 minutes. Rinse the yellow split peas. Put it in a small pot, and cover with about 1-inch of water. Bring to boil, then lower the heat, and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. Remove from the heat, drain, and rinse to remove any excess starch. …
How to make Mango Rice. Ingredients: Serves 4 2 tablespoon vegetable oil1 teaspoon mustard seeds1 teaspoon split and husked black gram (white urad dal)1 teaspoon Bengal gram (chana dal)10-12 curry leaves2-3 whole dry red chillies¼ teaspoon asafoetida (hing)1 cup peeled and grated green mangoes2 teas
Chana dal with vegetables is one of the renowned No onion no garlic recipes of India which is ideal for brata and puja festive days. It is the amalgamation of boiled Chana dal with Carrots, Peas and Sweet Corn in Ginger paste and some spices. It is mostly accompanied with rice items like Steamed Basmati Rice, Jeera Rice, Ghee Rice or with flat breads like Pooris, Parathas, Rotis etc.