How to make chana dal papad at home recipes

Masoor Dal | Whole Masoor Dal Recipe

Masoor Dal | Whole Masoor Dal Recipe

Here is how sabut or whole masoor dal (brown lentil) looks like, next time you see this be sure to grab a packet even if small to give a try and am sure you going to love it too
Moong Dal Ki Khichadi

Moong Dal Ki Khichadi

I hope you find this recipe helpful, do tell me how you make khichadi at your home. Khichadi is very simple to taste and easy tomake
Gongura Pappu Recipe, Andhra Dal Recipe

Gongura Pappu Recipe, Andhra Dal Recipe

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Gloom and Bloom on Rainy Day

Gloom and Bloom on Rainy Day

It showsthatJagannath is not the God of rich and affluent class of people but the God of the subjugated, needy and poor
Sambar Rice or Kadamba Sadam

Sambar Rice or Kadamba Sadam

The moment you add the coriander seeds, your kitchen and home will be filled with a mouth-watering aroma thatmakes it difficult to wait for the sambar rice to be ready
Daal Pakwan

Daal Pakwan

Howtomake Daal. ) Top up with Onions and Tamarind Chutney make this breakfast Super hit. A Royal breakfast preferred by Sindhis, is ought to be The Dal Pakwan, the crisp fried Maida flatbreads, served with simple Chanadal, garnished with chutney and chopped onion
Little Millet Bisibelebath

Little Millet Bisibelebath

So how can I, a hard core south Indian, not talk about Bisibelebath in this context. Add sufficient watertomake the mixture a little runny
Karnataka Veg Thali {Kannadiga Oota} – South Indian Meal Series

Karnataka Veg Thali {Kannadiga Oota} – South Indian Meal Series

Here is howto prepare it – Dry roast one teaspoon each of coriander and cumin seeds, one tablespoon of chanadal, few dry red chillies (I use bydagi chillies) , two- three cloves, two moggu, one inch cinnamon and grind them to a fine powder