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Moong Masoor Dal Recipe

Moong masoor dal recipe with step by step photos


Moong Masoor Dal | Mixed Dal Recipe || How to Make Dal Recipe with step by step photos...

Moong Masoor dal is basically a healthy and simple meal that contains full of protein, those who are vegetarians, for those, is much beneficial to them because the meat is load with full of protein and dal is the replacement of meat it works same rather it has more benefits than meat, doctors always recommend balanced diet including fruits, lentils and vegetables, yellow and red lentils belong to South Asia

These lentils have been used in this region for centuries, before the advent of Islam the people of India generally lived on vegetables and pulses dal (pulse) has more varieties and cooking ways
                
                                                                                    
how to make dal recipe


Today I am gonna make a simple and quick lentil recipe that is served with chapati,plain rice or bagara rice with veggies raita and salad and any type of pickles, it is known as summer food when people don’t want to have any oily foods and beef mutton etc so let’s begin how to make tasty and healthy moong masoor dal 
                   
                                                          
moong masoor dal recipe


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Wash both the lentils together and soak



In a pot add both soaked lentils with their water_add red chilli, turmeric, garlic paste and oil


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Bring it to boil and cover the half lid on low-medium flame for 1o minutes, keep stirring occasionally, If needed then you can add more water but water should be warm and boiled
Don’t properly cover the lid because lentil gets boiled quickly

                               
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After 15 minutes add chopped tomato and green chilli, mix them and allow cooking for another 10 minutes

                       
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Now mix the lentil well with the help of wooden masher/dal ghotni

   
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Add salt stir it and add ½ glass boiled water or whatever you want to keep the consistency of lentil it depends on you thick or thin, let it boil now turn off the flame

       
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On the other hand place a fry pan on flame add oil heat it


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Now add cumin seeds let them crackle

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Add sliced onion fry till edges start to turn golden, quickly add chopped garlic and fry till golden


Immediately pour it into cooked lentils and cover tightly

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After 5 minutes garnished with coriander leaves, dal is done to serve with plain, rice, chapati and flavoured rice with raita pickle
 
mixed dal recipe







Mixed Dal is basically a healthy and simple meal that contains one full of protein, a quick and an easy recipe

Ingredients:
  1. 1 cup, masoor dal soaked in water for minutes
  2. 1 cup, of moong dal   soaked in water for 15 minutes
  3. 1 large or 2 small, red tomatoes peeled and chopped
  4. 1 tsp, red chilli powder
  5. 1 tsp, garlic paste freshly ground
  6. ½ tsp, turmeric powder
  7. Salt to taste
  8. 2, green chillies chopped
  9. 2 tbsp, coriander leaves finely chopped
  10. 1 tbsp, oil
For Tempering (Tarka)
  1. 1 large, onion thin slices
  2. 2 cloves, garlic freshly crushed
  3. ½ tsp, cumin seeds
  4. 1/3 cup or 25 ml, of oil
  5. 3-4, whole red chillies
How to Make Moong Masoor Dal?
  1. Wash both the lentils together and soak
  2. In a pan add both soaked lentils with their water
  3. Add red chilli, turmeric, garlic paste and oil
  4. Bring it to boil and cover the half lid on low-medium flame for 1o minutes
  5. Keep stirring occasionally
  6. If needed then you can add more water but the water should be warm and boiled
  7. Don’t properly cover the lid because lentil gets boiled quickly
  8. After 15 minutes add chopped tomato and green chilli
  9. Mix it and allow cooking for another 10 minutes
  10. Now mix the lentil well with the help of wooden masher/dal ghotni
  11. Add salt stir it and add ½ glass of boiled water or whatever you want to keep the consistency of lentil it depends on your thick or thin
  12. Let it boil now turn off the flame
  13. Note: salt is not added during cooking because dal becomes hard and couldn’t cook quickly salt is added at the end
  14. On the other hand place a fry pan on flame add oil heat it
  15. Now add cumin seeds let them crackle
  16. Add sliced onion fry till edges start to turn golden
  17. Quickly add chopped garlic and fry till golden
  18. Immediately pour it into cooked lentils and cover tightly
  19. After 5 minutes garnished with coriander
  20. Dal is done to serve with plain ricechapati and bagara rice with raita and pickles
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