Mamidikaya pesarapappu pachadi, a tasty Andhra style chutney using raw mango, moong dal & red chilies. One of the best pachadi recipes among telugu vantalu.
Category: Indian Dal Recipes
Recipes of Indian dal (lentils and legumes).Toor dal,chana dal,masoor dal,moong dal,rajma.Simple dal recipes that are easy to make.
Kosambari, is a healthy, South Indian moong dal salad made with cucumber, coconut & moong dal to celebrate Sri Rama Navami. Best among Indian salad recipes.
Keerai vadai, an easy, crispy Indian snack made with urad dal, spinach & fresh coriander. How to make keerai vadai recipe or Tamil Nadu keerai medu vadai
Dal pakwan recipe is an easy, tasty, vegetarian sindhi breakfast food. Crisp puris are served with chana dal, sweet & green chutney. How to make dal pakwan
Urad dal recipe, a tasty North Indian style dhuli maa ki dhal made with husked split black gram. Recipe of urad dal is easy and best among urad dal recipes.
The best tiffin sambar recipe hotel style for idli, dosa, pongal. Learn how to make recipe of idli sambar, that’s easy and tasty. Sambar recipes for tiffins
Moong dal recipe in Jain style that is simple, comforting and tasty. Learn how to make moong dal which is a gem among Jain recipes.
Dal Amritsari or Langarwali dal is popular among Punjabi dal recipes served in the Gurudwaras. Vegetarian dish made with black lentils,chana dal and spices.
Gujarati Dal recipe is easy to make, vegetarian & a gem among Gujarati dishes recipes. Out of various dal recipes I am very fond of Gujarati style tur dal.
Rajma Masala is one of the best Indian recipes in North Indian cuisine. Red kidney beans curry, prepared in a spiced onion tomato base and served with rice.
Perugu Garelu, an Andhra style recipe, is prepared during festival times in our home. Learn how to make Perugu Garelu as part of your Diwali festival meal.
Oats Adai, a healthy Indian breakfast recipe goes well with any chutney. A protein rich oats recipe from India that also makes for a nice evening tiffin.
Have left over dosa batter? Make this perfect Monsoon snack – Punugulu. I have already blogged Punugulu recipe with dosa batter, today’s its a variation.
Dal Tadka,a North Indian dal recipe,is a Dhaba style favorite food of mine.Hot pulka and dal tadka is our standard vegetarian meal on many of our road trips.
Amaranth leaves are much loved in our home and take the form of stir fry, dal and stews in our daily meals. In recent past, I have used these nutritious greens along with chick pea flour (besan) to prepare fritters. They are easy to make, work great as appetizers for parties and also make for a wonderful tea time snack.
Savory snack enthusiasts will love today’s Navrati Special offering to Durga Ma. Addictively satisfying, Chitti Budagalu are adorable, tiny puffed up crisps with a hint of spice. Only 3 ingredients go into its making – urad dal aka black gram dal, rice flour and chili powder.
Guggillu aka Sundal is nothing but tempering chickpeas (kabuli chana or garbanzo beans). This recipe with chickpeas is made as an offering to Durga Ma as a Navratri special item.
Vadas – light and fluffy on the inside with a crisp exterior, packed with flavor, make for a perfect offering to Goddess Durga. This Navratri special Vada recipe is basically a classic South Indian breakfast fare served with sambar and chutney.
One of my favorite Punjabi dishes is Amritsari Chole – a high protein classic recipe with heady flavors. I love the texture and combination of spices that go into its making. The addition of one of my favorite flavors, anardana, adds a tangy punch to the nuttiness of chickpeas.
Bachala kura Pappu is a high protein, vegan, heart warming dish loaded with nutritious greens – Malabar spinach or Indian Spinach. These protein-rich, vibrant green, glossy leaves are thick with a spongy texture and when cut they ooze a slimy juice similar to okra. We usually cook them with masoor or tur dal or with yam (kanda bachali) and as mustard powder based stew (ava pettina pulusu).
Tomato Pappu mixed with a dollop of ghee and rice with Mango Avakai is a dearly loved combination and an integral part of everyday Andhra food culture. Simple, earthy, soulful food! Tur dal aka Kandi Pappu with tomato is a winning combination and the addition of fresh coriander brings a perfect touch.