Lip-smacking Childhood Food Until Date Dal And Rice

Since, children’s vacation started there is not one single day without an outing or an outdoor meal. All have been craving for home food. So I decided before our stomach expires, cook a simple daily food, and give all of our health a break from the fancy food.

Indian Dal Chaval

Indian Dal Chaval | Image Resource : dailytiffin.blogspot.in

Dal-Chaval most light and good to stomach Indian meal! A meal which most of us have grown up eating. In addition, the legumes are high in protein and fibre content which is good for health.

Type Of Dal

Type of dal | Image Resource : dailytiffin.blogspot.in

Finally, let us start:

Boiled Dal

  • Take pressure cooker as in 3 whistles it cooks the dal quickly.
  • All you need to do is take one cup Tur Dal (pigeon peas) to make it tastier mix (Massor, Moong & Tur dal together).
  • Add a pinch of affosodia (hing), turmeric, 1 large tomato chopped, 1 green chilly finely chopped. Give around 3-4 whistle and dal is boiled.

For Dal Tadka

    • Had kept it simple , added 1 tbsp ghee, then jeera seeds , 4 strands of garlic finely chopped, once all little brown add the onion and cook till golden brown.
    • Turn the gas add this to the boiled dal and give one boil to dal.
    • Turn of the flame; garnish the dal with little black pepper powder, chopped coriander.
    • Serve this with plain Basmati rice and with a papad on sides.
Tadka Dal

Tadka Dal | Image Resource : cookcookandcook.wordpress.com

Basmati Rice

  • Take 1-cup rice; wash them in water, then put into a deep vessel, add 4 cups of water, 1tsp salt and keep for boiling.
  • Keep stirring in between. Once ready, drain the water, serve the rice in a plate, add dal tadka and ting of ghee / amul butter and here its ready to eat.
Basmati Rice

Basmati Rice | Image Resource : ricewise.com

 Ingredients list:

  1. 1 cup of mixed dals (Massor, Moong & Tur)
  2. Water 2 cups (Dal) & 4 cups (Rice)
  3. 1 cup Basmati Rice
  4. 4 garlic strands, finely chopped
  5. ½ tsp – Salt, Turmeric, Black pepper, Cumin Seeds (Jeera)
  6. 1 large tomato, onion finely chopped
  7. 1 fine chopped Green chili
  8. Coriander finely chopped for décor
  9. 1 tbsp ghee / Amul butter/ oil

 

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