Aamer Dal/Tok Dal: Tangy Red Lentils with Green Mango

 

 

 

Aamer Dal or Tok Dal is a common name in a Bengali households during the summer months. As the months roll into the typical summer heat and the schools are out, the lunch menu at home slowly transited into light  meals to beat the heat.

 

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Fennel Flavored Chicken Curry

 

 

Yet another Chicken Curry. This time the usual one, but redolent with the aroma of fennel. The tiny fennel seeds waved the wands and transformed an everyday chicken curry to something quite fascinating. As I write this post, the air in my home is still laden with the fragrance.

 

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Semolina and Vegetable Pulao/Pilaf

 

 

Piping hot semolina with tender medley of vegetables and some spicy chutney is the way to break that fast on a cold and frosty morning.

 

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Lauki Chana Dal – Soupy Lentils with Bottle Gourd

 

A bowlful really perfect for the summer time – quick to cook, light, lemony and healthy. It is the simplest kind, usually not heard of very often when “Indian Cuisine” in general is discussed.  Cooked with very little spices, and “satvic” in nature, it is a recipe which has pretty much remained cloistered solely [...]

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Dal Chenchki: Red Lentils with Pearl Onion

 

Today we have another easy and everyday kind of dal recipe. Red lentils are lightly seasoned with the fragrant nigella and cooked with the cute little pearl onions.

 

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