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The Everyday Moong Dal

 

 

Dal has always been the classic comfort food.

 

This is my everyday Dal. A warm fragrant bowl with a drizzle of lemon juice soothes and coddles like old socks when I am sick in bed. The hissing  of the pressure cooker speaks of homecoming and the emitting aroma welcomes us back after a long vacation. [...]

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Lehsuni Moong Dal: Garlic Flavored Yellow Moong

 

 

Of all the infinite ways that Dal is cooked in India, this happens to be just another one; hearty and laden with the warm, distinct aroma of garlic. Quite popular, mostly in the northern regions of India, the flavors here are deep and rich.

 

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Sukhi Dal/Warm Lentil Spread

Unlike the more popular soupy preparation of lentils in India, this is a thicker version, and more like a spread. Fragrant with spices and pepper and also healthy, the Sukhi Dal is very easy to make, and is usually a pleasant change for your palate.

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Dal Makhani/Lentils Simmered in Creamy Tomato Sauce

Dal Makhani is a classic north Indian dish where the lentils are slowly simmered for hours in a very aromatic buttery, creamy tomato sauce. (Dal=Lentils Makhani: Makhan/Butter based). Rich, decadent and extremely detectable, this is a recipe to savor and treasure.

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Methi Dal (Lentil Soup with Fenugreek)

More produce from my backyard. A few showers last month rejuvenated the plants & they are happy. It is Methi/Fenugreek & Tomatoes this time.

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