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Garlic Dal Fry

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Garlic Dal fry is a simple dal preparation made with ghee tempered with sliced garlic, spiced and semi- solid cooked dal mixed and boiled for a minute. This dish is very flavourful and aromatic. Serve with rice, phulka or roti.

Dal tadka is among the very well-known Punjabi dal or lentil recipe that is often cooked in Indian houses and restaurants. It is easy and tasty dish which can be used for offering at celebrations and is probably the common dish available in many of the Dhabas. Dal tadka making is quite simple plus it needs very much less time for preparation.

 

Tadka Dal is a North Indian kind of preparing lentils in which the cooked lenti... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make GARLIC DAL FRY

(14 ratings)
59 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
GARLIC DAL FRY
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Daal
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : March 08, 2019


Ingredients used in GARLIC DAL FRY
• Ghee - 1-2 tablespoons.
• Cumin seeds - 1 tea spoon.
• Garlic(slices) - 1/4 cup.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Coriander leaves(chopped) - 1 tablespoon.
• Red chili powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Garam masala powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Toor dal - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
Method:
  • Heat ghee in a pan, add cumin seeds, garlic slices, turmeric powder, salt, chopped coriander, red chili powder, garam masala powder and saute it.
  • Add boiled toor dal mix this, cook it for 1 minute and switch off the flame.

Now garlic dal fry is ready to serve.






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Articles


Dal tadka is among the very well-known Punjabi dal or lentil recipe that is often cooked in Indian houses and restaurants. It is easy and tasty dish which can be used for offering at celebrations and is probably the common dish available in many of the Dhabas. Dal tadka making is quite simple plus it needs very much less time for preparation.

 

Tadka Dal is a North Indian kind of preparing lentils in which the cooked lentils, usually red gram lentils (tuar dal) or split moong lentils, are tempered with seasonings. This lentil preparation has got the warmth from the spices added to it. In Indian cooking, tempering is included with the boiled lentils right before offering the meal. The outcome is an undoubtedly awesome Indian taste and aroma.

 

Tadka is nothing but tempering with popular tempering ingredients such as onions, mustard seeds, red chili, cumin seeds, curry leaves, saunf / fennel, etc., anything you like, and putting this Tadka to the Dal. And so the name "Dal Tadka".

 

Dal Tadka isn't thin and also usually has a medium to broad constancy. It is possible to modify the amount of water you desire when you arrange it. It all depends on with which you are serving. If you're serving Dal Tadka with rice increase the amount of water and if you're serving it with Roti, paratha or Butter Naan use less water.

 

Dal (dried lentils, peas or beans) that are been removed of their external shells and split. It also means the thick stew prepared from all of these, a fundamental part of Indian, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, Nepali, and Bangladeshi delicacies. It's frequently eaten with rice and veggies in Southern India, and with both rice and roti all through Northern India & Pakistan.

 

Benefit:

Dal are loaded with proteins plus they satisfy a major part of the protein requirements in the body. If you're a vegetarian and are also worried about your protein intake, you can ideally include lentils in your regular diet because they provide the 3rd highest amount of proteins from plant-based foods, after soybeans and almond. Lentils are incredibly rich in soluble fiber, which forms a gel-like substance in the digestive system, therefore supporting in getting rid of bile from your body. It further helps in removing and cutting down blood cholesterol levels.



 

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kanan1525 Posted on Tue May 28 2013

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faraz adil Posted on Tue May 28 2013

second.

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Rohit999333 Posted on Tue May 28 2013

Third :-)

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mrf Posted on Tue May 28 2013

thank you. It looks very good!!

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Myvenue l Posted on Tue May 28 2013

fifth::::::)

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Varsha S. Posted on Tue May 28 2013

What dals did you use chef and in what proportions?

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accordeonist Posted on Tue May 28 2013

Why do you just put DAL in the mixture without explaining what portions and how you cooked it??? It is just stupid assuming everyone knows how to precook dal.

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Neththra'sVision Posted on Tue May 28 2013

It's a simple and tasty recipe. Thank you so much for teaching us this garlic dal fry recipe.

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wenaldy Posted on Tue May 28 2013

Visit his website for more detailed recipe (proportion and such), reading the description is that hard.. *faceplam*

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Pinky Posted on Tue May 28 2013

You never mention proportions,I saw your biryani recipe,at least in that you put measures please.

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Dinahhs3 Posted on Tue May 28 2013

I always estimate and the receives turns fantastic

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Dinahhs3 Posted on Tue May 28 2013

Recipes

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