BM# 76: Week 4/ Day 2 Theme: Bookmarked Recipes Dish: Hyderabadi Khatti Dal Today’s bookmarked recipe, Hyderabadi Khatti dal, is part of the Hyderabadi thali that I made couple of months back. This is a hearty and comforting dish that is easy to make and tastes great with rice or roti. Recipe is from Tarla Dalal‘s…
South Indian soup made with dal, tomato and lemon. Freshly prepared spice powder gives the dish a nice kick and lots of flavor.
Dal dhokli is a filling one pot meal where dhoklis aka Indian style wheat pasta 🙂 are simmered in dal until cooked through.
Punjabi dal tadka is a hearty and comforting dish that is easy to make for a quick weeknight or for company. It can be served with rice or roti.
A quick and easy dish from Karnataka that is homey and comforting.
Tomato Dal with Asparagus. It cooks up in no time and blends really well in any dish. Served with rice and papad, this asparagus dal is a comforting dish for any time of the day.
Dhansak is a very flavorful and spicy Parsi dish. It is a hearty dish with lentils, vegetables and choice of meat (which I skipped, of course). It is flavored with aromatic spice blend and is usually served with Parsi brown rice and a kachumber salad (cucumber salad).
Blogging Marathon# 49: Week 1/ Day 1 Theme: Weekend Brunch Recipes Dish: Gujarati Khichdi My theme for the first week of this month’s marathon is ‘Brunch Recipes’. Brunch should be hearty and filling, but not too filling that it is going to make you take an early afternoon nap. Also since we are skipping breakfast to eat brunch, it should be nutritious enough to keep you going and charged for at least 3~4 hours. With all those in mind, here’s a one pot dish that is sure to keep you full and energized until the next meal. Being a south…
Blogging Marathon# 45: Week 4/ Day 1 Theme: Revisiting Old Recipes Dish: Darbari Dal We are starting our final week of blogging marathon today and I picked a seemingly easy theme, Revisiting Old recipes. But it was quite a tough task picking just 3 dishes to revisit from my archives. This blog has been around for more than 8 years and there are ton of dishes that need some TLC. So after browsing through the blog for a very very long time I decided on 3 dishes that I wanted to remake and take some new pics.
First up is Lucknowi Dal. Dal is a quintessential dish on almost all Indian menus. Dal/ lentils are one of the best sources of protein for vegetarians. t is a no-onion, no-tomato recipe, but has one very unusual ingredient in it, Milk.