Showing posts with label Split Dals. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Split Dals. Show all posts

Butternut Squash Sambar

Served as part of almost each meal, each south Indian kitchen has its own staple sambar recipes handy right down to family and buddies. ...

Cabbage Poriyal

every body wishing to discover the extensive and innovative arrays of colours, flavors and textures that make up south Indian cuisine cou...

Tamarind Chutney

I made this wonderfully layered spicy, sweet, sour and tangy south Indian tamarind chutney in training for this tamarind rice dish. Made ...

Chopped Cabbage with a Crumbly Chana Dal Sauce

For all its nutritional and monetary cost, cabbage is regularly one of these vegetables I buy on the market with out the slightest concep...

Rice Pongal

Rice is served various instances a week in my kitchen, and although I do enjoy undeniable basmati rice with some butter or some curried...

Toor Dal and Spinach Curry (Toor Dal Palak)

Indian food may also seem amazing to many North people with its extremely good array of surprising elements and spice blends, however ext...

Mung Beans, Toor Dal, Green Beans and Fresh Dill Palya

Palya, also referred to as poriyal, are dry curries which are a very famous addition to South Indian food. sparkling, with a subtle combo...

Simple Spicy Bottle Gourd Dal

one of the super upgrades in present day city living over the past generation has been the extensive growth inside the availability of fo...

Tamarind Sambar

Sambars are thick, spicy and fiery vegetable curries and are usually served as the first course of a traditional south Indian meal, but t...

Spicy Tamarind and Channa Risotto Kitcheree

As a diner I love the creamy and toothsome texture of risottos. And as a cook, I love the limitless creativity that can be applied to th...

Chana Dal and Cauliflower Kitchari with Green Peas

Kitcharis (or "khichdi") are an easy Indian meal idea that generally consists of rice and split legumes and often vegetables. V...

Tarka Dal With Tomato and Spices

A feature on many North Indian restaurant menus is Tarka Dal. A creamy dish consisting of yellow or red lentils, tarka dal is actually a g...

Bisi Bele Bhath (Rice with Lentils and Spices)

This combination of rice, toor dal, vegetables and spices is essentially a south Indian variation of north Indian kitcheree — the classic...

Tamarind Broth with Puréed Toor Dal and Spices

A heat wave has once again enveloped Ontario, and that means lighter meals are in order. I've been serving a lot of salads lately, an...

Aromatic Chana Dal Kitchari with Saffron

After seasonal feasts, it not uncommon to crave more cleansing and nourishing dishes such as kitchari (or kitcheree or khichdi). Essentia...