This moog dal is a very simple one to make and is without any onion, tomato or other spices.
Tag: Bengal Gram Dhal
Learn how to make Pandigai vadai, a traditional South Indian snack made during festive occasions. This savory snack is deep-fried and served with chutney or sambar.
This mix is made with red chilies, coriander seeds, bengal gram dhal and urad dhal.
This beans usili is made with green beans and thuvar dhal. It goes well with steamed rice and Mor Kuzhambu.
This sweet dish is served on festival days and special occasions. This is made with maida, Bengal gram dhal and jaggery.
Ashgourd, also known as White Pumpkin is “Poosanikai” in Tamil. This kootu is made with ashgourd or poosanikai.
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 […]
Looking for a delicious Indian snack recipe? Check out this flavorful and protein-packed mix of dals and rice, soaked and blended with spices!