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Maa Chole Di Dal

VIEWS 2954

Energy (kcal) - 140

Protein (g) - 8

Carbohydrate (g) - 32

Fat (g) - 3

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Black gram (urad dal) is rich in minerals, vitamins and is devoid of cholesterol. It is a storehouse of copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, calcium, and potassium. Urad dal has both soluble and insoluble fibers helping to relieve from constipation. Bengal gram is a very good source of folic acid and fiber. It also contains antioxidants. This recipe is packed with the nutrients of both these dals.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Split black gram (urad dal), raw - 20 g
  • Bengal gram (chana dal), raw - 10 g
  • Onion, chopped - ½ medium
  • Tomato, chopped - ½ medium
  • Ginger, chopped - ½ inch piece
  • Garlic cloves, chopped - 2 no.s
  • Asafoetida - a pinch
  • Turmeric powder - ¼ tsp
  • Red chilli powder - ½ tsp
  • Fresh coriander leaves, chopped - ½ tbsp
  • Salt - to taste
  • Oil - ½ tsp

DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak both the dals (urad & chana) in water for 30 mins to 1 hour.  Step 2 Drain and pressure-cook, on low heat, both the grams in 1½ cups of water with salt and turmeric powder till the pressure is released two times (two whistles).  Step 3 Heat the oil in a pan. Add the onion, ginger, garlic, and asafoetida and saute till gulden. Add the tomato and saute till it turns pulpy. Add the red chili powder and saute.  Step 4 Add the cooked grams and mix.  Step 5 Add a ½ cup of water, adjust the salt and simmer for half an hour or till completely soft.  Step 6 Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot.
Recipe Category:
Dals Kadhis And Pulses
Recipe Title:

Maa Chole Di Dal

Recipe Views:
2954
Recipe Type:
Veg
Recipe Kcal:
140

Energy
(kcal)

8

Protein
(g)

32

Carbohydrate
(g)

3

Fat
(g)

Khyati's
Health-O-Meter Says:

Black gram (urad dal) is rich in minerals, vitamins and is devoid of cholesterol. It is a storehouse of copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, calcium, and potassium. Urad dal has both soluble and insoluble fibers helping to relieve from constipation. Bengal gram is a very good source of folic acid and fiber. It also contains antioxidants. This recipe is packed with the nutrients of both these dals.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Split black gram (urad dal), raw - 20 g
  • Bengal gram (chana dal), raw - 10 g
  • Onion, chopped - ½ medium
  • Tomato, chopped - ½ medium
  • Ginger, chopped - ½ inch piece
  • Garlic cloves, chopped - 2 no.s
  • Asafoetida - a pinch
  • Turmeric powder - ¼ tsp
  • Red chilli powder - ½ tsp
  • Fresh coriander leaves, chopped - ½ tbsp
  • Salt - to taste
  • Oil - ½ tsp

DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak both the dals (urad & chana) in water for 30 mins to 1 hour.  Step 2 Drain and pressure-cook, on low heat, both the grams in 1½ cups of water with salt and turmeric powder till the pressure is released two times (two whistles).  Step 3 Heat the oil in a pan. Add the onion, ginger, garlic, and asafoetida and saute till gulden. Add the tomato and saute till it turns pulpy. Add the red chili powder and saute.  Step 4 Add the cooked grams and mix.  Step 5 Add a ½ cup of water, adjust the salt and simmer for half an hour or till completely soft.  Step 6 Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot.
Recipe Title: Maa Chole Di Dal
Recipe Category: Dals Kadhis And Pulses
Recipe Views: 2954
Recipe Type: Veg
Recipe Kcal:

Energy 140 (kcal), Protein 8 (g), Carbohydrate 32 (g), fat 3 (g).





Khyati's
Health-O-Meter Says:

Black gram (urad dal) is rich in minerals, vitamins and is devoid of cholesterol. It is a storehouse of copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, calcium, and potassium. Urad dal has both soluble and insoluble fibers helping to relieve from constipation. Bengal gram is a very good source of folic acid and fiber. It also contains antioxidants. This recipe is packed with the nutrients of both these dals.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Split black gram (urad dal), raw - 20 g
  • Bengal gram (chana dal), raw - 10 g
  • Onion, chopped - ½ medium
  • Tomato, chopped - ½ medium
  • Ginger, chopped - ½ inch piece
  • Garlic cloves, chopped - 2 no.s
  • Asafoetida - a pinch
  • Turmeric powder - ¼ tsp
  • Red chilli powder - ½ tsp
  • Fresh coriander leaves, chopped - ½ tbsp
  • Salt - to taste
  • Oil - ½ tsp

DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak both the dals (urad & chana) in water for 30 mins to 1 hour.  Step 2 Drain and pressure-cook, on low heat, both the grams in 1½ cups of water with salt and turmeric powder till the pressure is released two times (two whistles).  Step 3 Heat the oil in a pan. Add the onion, ginger, garlic, and asafoetida and saute till gulden. Add the tomato and saute till it turns pulpy. Add the red chili powder and saute.  Step 4 Add the cooked grams and mix.  Step 5 Add a ½ cup of water, adjust the salt and simmer for half an hour or till completely soft.  Step 6 Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and serve hot.

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Maa Chole Di Dal - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 2954

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