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Friday, September 23, 2005

Kashmiri dal


Green gram split(moong dal/pesarapappu) 1/2 cup
bengal gram split(chana dal) 5tbsps
ginger 2 inch piece
onion 1 large sized
red chillies whole 3
salt to taste
turmeric powder 1 pinch
ghee 1tbsp
cumin seeds 1tsp
asafoetida 2 generous pinches
red chilli powder 1tsp

Method of preparation:

soak moong dal and chana dal together in water for an hour.
Boil dals in 4 cups of water adding salt, turmeric powder, ginger till cooked.
heat ghee in a pan, add cumin seeds, asafoetida, red chillies, onion(chopped) until it turns light brown.
add red chilli powder and cooked dal and sufficient amount of water and bring to boil.
serve hot with rice.


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