Sunday, August 22, 2010
1 cup Chana Dal (Bengal gram)
3 cups water for cook the dal
1-tbsp red chilli powder
1\2 tbsp turmeric powder
1 tbsp lemon juice
Salt to taste
1\2 tbsp cumin seeds
2 dry red chillies
1 tbsp garlic red chilli paste
Step 1: Wash the dal in a few changes of water.
Step 2: Soak in water for 15 minutes. Add 3- cup water and cook up to 3 whistles in cooker.
Step 3: Let it be cool for 5 minutes and after that mix with big spoon.Step 4: Peel the white-gourd and cut into small pieces.
Step 5: Heat the oil in a frying pan add dry red chillies and cumin seeds.
Step 6: Sauté on medium flame for few seconds, when seeds are in brown color add finely chopped white-gourd with turmeric powder.Step 7: Cook on medium flame until it becomes soft.
Step 8: Then add garlic-red chilli past in low flame. Take care of red color of paste is not change.
Step 9: Pour the chana daal and stirring.
Step 10: Cook until the daal was boiled.
Step 11: Then add red chilli powder, turmeric powder and salt to taste.
Step 12: Mix well and cook another 5 minutes.
Step 13: Cook dal for 5 minutes more and add lemon juice just before going to turn off the flame.
Step 14: Turn off the flame and garnish with coriander leaves.
Step 15: Serve hot with Paratha…
Recipe of Partha is here………….
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Friday, August 13, 2010
1 cup curd
2 tbsp oil
2 tbsp cumin (jeera)
1 tbsp garlic red chilli past
Salt to taste
Step 1: Take a small vessel and pure two tbsp oil in it.
Step 2: Turn on the flame and add cumin seeds.
Step 3: Sauté on medium flame for few seconds, when seeds are in brown color adds the garlic-red chilli past in low flame. Take care of red color of chilli is not change.Step 4: Adding curd in low flame and turn of the flame in 2 minutes.
Step 5: Add salt to taste.
Step 6: Mix all together and serve with any of the muthiya and dhokla. It has the nice taste of garlic whit curds
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