Kacha Aam Dal or Tok Dal is synonymous with Indian summers. The subtle tang balanced with the sweetness is perfect to soothe the tormented body as well as the soul battling Indian heat. Lentils are cooked and then mixed with spices and fried raw mangoes. To finish a generous amount of sugar is added to balance the tartness. In the end, you get a medley of flavours that can be served with rice and aloo posto.
This Lobia curry recipe is perfect for those who are looking for simple and easy recipes for making black eyes peas or lobiya. This lobia curry is a simple recipe with minimal ingredients and very nutritious. Soak them overnight so that next morning you can bring this black eyes peas curry to the table within 30 minutes!
Dal er Bori or বড়ি is a unique way of preserving lentils by making sun-dried dumplings out of them. Bengali dal er bori recipe is mostly made of kolai dal or urad dal, which is also known as white lentils. Soaked dal is coarsely ground and left to ferment before laying it out in the sun in the form of small dumplings spread over a cloth or mat.
This ada diye kacha muger dal recipe combines the goodness of moong dal and ginger though a simple Bengali dal recipe. It is easy, quick and absolutely light on the tummy. This muger dal recipe is brimming with goodness of moong dal and anti-inflammatory benefits of ginger. If you are looking for easy Bengali dal recipes, then this vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free moong dal recipe in Bengali style should hit the spot!
This Toor Dal recipe with seasonal vegetables is a hearty and delicious stew which includes the goodness of lentils and veggies in one dish. Whatever bits and bobs of veggies you have in your vegetable basket, you can combine them into this delicious split pigeon pea curried stew, that can be served with rice or any other flatbread of your choice.
This Bengali Masoor Dal Sheddho is a simple boiled red lentil dish often served with a dash of pungent mustard oil and chopped red onions, chillies and fresh coriander leaves.