Finally it's Friday!!😁🍻 Have cooked my fav. #meal today 'Dhaba Style Masoor Daal!! My quick healthy meal for the day.. This particular lentil is one of my fav. Have cooked this daal using very minimal indian spices!! I have used the punjabi style garam masala which i had ordered from #urbanplatter Such a lovely aromatic freshly made masala, totally in love with this product from urbanplatter 😁
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Dhaba Style 'Masoor Daal
2 cup overnight soaked Akha black masoor (Brown skinned lentil)
1 medium sized finely chopped Onion
1 medium sized chopped tomato
1 tbp ginger garlic paste
1 tsp each cumin and mustard seeds
1 tsp turmeric powder
1-2 tbs Red chilli powder
2 tbs Urban platter punjabi garam masala
3-4 tbsp spoon freshly chopped coriander
2-3 tbsp oil
Salt as per taste
Water as required
Method: - Pressure cooker the soaked masoor until soft.
-Heat oil in a kadhai. Add mustard and cumin seeds,let it sizzle then add chopped onion ,ginger garlic paste and saute until golden brown.
-Later add all the masalas saute well and add freshly chopped coriander too.Then add the boiled masoor and add remaining water and salt as per taste. Mix everything together. Cover the lid and let it cook for 10min. Now once done prepare the tadka, heat ghee in a tadka pan, once ghee is hot add 1tsp cumin seeds switch of the stove and add 1tsp of red chilli powder. Now transfer the masoor daal in serving bowl, add the tadka to the daal and garnish it with green chillies n serve hot and enjoy it with roti or steaming hot rice.
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• P A U B H A J I •
A weekend full of food started with cravings for pau bhaji -or bread pakora. These are by Indian Masala who have a stall on Wine Street every Friday. They are a husband and wife team who serve really good food but don’t, at the moment at least, have a social media presence or fancy branding. These are made with slices of white bread sandwiching a spicy minced chicken filling, dipped in a gram flour batter and deep fried. They’re so good -do seek them out!