Monday, June 16, 2008

Hari Tadka Daal


This is a recipe I got from a friend and I tried it immediately after returning home! It’s a very simple daal but yet tastes so delicious, here goes the recipe.
Recipe serves 2
For the daal
2 to 3 tbspn. hari mung daal (green pulses)
1/2 cup water
1 tspn. Chilli powder
1/4 tspn. Turmeric powder
A pinch of hing
½ tspn. Sugar
2 to 3 tbspn. curd
Salt to taste

For tadka
1 tspn. Cumin seeds
1 to 2 tbspn. oil
1 dry red chilly
2 to 3 pods garlic (crushed)
3 to 4 leaves kadipatta


Method for daal
Cook the mund daal in the pressure cooker till it is perfectly cooked and can be smashed nicely. Add water, curd, hing, chilly powder, salt to taste, turmeric powder, sugar and blend till all the ingredients are mixed thoroughly, the curd should not be dissolved properly, no lumps should be left out. Keep aside.

Method for Tadka
Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds, after they sputter ands turn almost black, add kadipatta, garlic and red chilly. Let the garlic turn dark brown. Switch off the flame. Pour the same on top of the daal prepared earlier. Heat daal on low flame till one boil. Switch off the flame. Don’t boil it too much as we have added curd.

Your mouth watering daal is ready to be savoured!! Serve hot with rice and chapatis.

7 comments:

Shubha Ravikoti said...

Wow nice recipe dear... how was ur mumbai trip?? whose recipe is this?... Looks lovely...:)

meeso said...

It looks good, and It's always nice to have simple things to cook that taste so good!

Uma said...

looks delicious. lovely color.

Sagari said...

delecioussss dal aditi

SMN said...

Thats a helathy way of eating moong in rasam.. luks nice

Aditi..............:) said...

thanks..all of you!!!
and shubha....its deepti's recipe :)....except that they dont use garlic :)

Cham said...

Love ur blog Aditi! U ve some nice recipes, especially the pattice