Tag: Dals

Rava | Sooji Halwa (Indian Semolina Pudding)

Rava | Sooji Halwa (Indian Semolina Pudding)

As said in my earlier post on Pineapple Halwa, halwa is a sweet which is typically made of grain-flour (Suji-semolina) typically, Ghee, and Sugar. There are many variations available to it. The most common halwa in every Indian household is the Rava or the Sooji (Semolina)…

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Pineapple Halwa

Pineapple Halwa

Halwa is a sweet which is typically made of grain-flour (Suji-semolina) typically, Ghee, and Sugar. There are many variations available to it. I had never made halwa with a fruit, just once before when I made pineapple halwa it did not turn out well, plus…

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Moong Dal Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa

First I need to apologize, this is a long pending request from one of the readers of my blog. She had requested me for this using my FB page. Sorry dear I missed it due to other commitments but better late than never. Hope you…

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Dazzling Dals – Roundup of Delicious Dals

Dazzling Dals – Roundup of Delicious Dals

Dals a rich source of protein and a must in Indian Cuisine. Many family have this as a daily food and many cannot imagine not finishing their lunch or dinner without Dal or rice. This month at Blogging Marathon one of the theme was Dazzling…

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Masoor Dal/Brown Lentils/Kali Masoor ki Dal

Masoor Dal/Brown Lentils/Kali Masoor ki Dal

Masoor dal is a brown skinned lentil that is orange on the inside. It is also knows as ‘Kali masoor ki dal’ and is a perfect protein food for vegetarians. Masoor dal has a pleasant earthy flavor and is very common in Northern India. It…

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Char Dal (Mixed Dal)

Char Dal (Mixed Dal)

Coming to the second day of blogging, about Dazzling Dals for Blogging marathon, I decided to make this Mix Dal’s , we call it as char dal (4 Dal’s), which my mom makes often. It is similar to the panchmel dal except we make it using…

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Broccoli Toor/Arhar Dal/Indian Lentil Soup

Broccoli Toor/Arhar Dal/Indian Lentil Soup

Dal as called in Indian subcontinent or dried split pulses (lentils, peas, beans) forms an important form of diet in India. It is a rich source of protein. It is accompanied by rotis or chapatis or with rice called as Dal Rice or Dal Bhat. There are…

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