Tag: Bengal Gram Dhal
On Festival days, some people will not add onion or sombu (aniseed) and some other masalas in the dishes. This Vadai is prepared without onion and hence it is called “Festival Vadai”.
Ashgourd, also known as White Pumpkin is “Pooshanikai” in Tamil. We can make kootu, sambar, mor kuzhambu and halwa from this vegetable.
Soak the dhals in water for about 2 to 3 hours. Drain the water completely. Grind it along with pepper, red chillies and salt to a coarse paste. No need to add water. Chop onion finely. Add chopped onion, keerai to the dhal paste. Crush the sombu slightly and add […]
Soak rice and dhal separately for about 3 to four hours. Wash and drain the excess water. First grind rice and black gram dhal along with red chillies. When this is half done, add Bengal gram dhal and thuvar dhal and grind together for two to three rounds and finally […]
In a kadai put one teaspoon oil and fry separately asafetida and dhal till it turn light brown. Add tamarind and green chillies and fry for two to three seconds. Finally add coconut and fry everything together for a second. Remove and cool it. Add salt and grind to a […]