In this video you will learn how to cook an Indian dish called tomato dal which is Indian lentils cooked with tomatoes and spices.
Make Tomato Dal
Spice up and warm up those cold winter nights by preparing chan toor dal. Chan toor dal is a combination of channa dal (chickpeas) and tur daal. This Indian recipe is delicious and exotic, consisting of tur daal and channa dal, green chiles, tomatoes, and ginger.
Try this delicious recipe for tomato chutney, Indian style. Watch this how-to video and learn how simple it is to make. It goes great with just about any Indian recipe you make. Ingredients for the tomato chutney: Oil - 1 tbsp Mustard Seeds - 1/2 tsp Channa Dal - 1 tsp Urad D ...more
Tadka dal is a very healthy side dish that comes from India. Made with tovar dal, tomato, chillies, turmeric powder and jerra this lentil soup is served over rice and garnished with curry ander leaves for a wonderful presentation.
Anuja and Hetal of Show Me The Curry demonstrate how to make an Indian vegetarian dish called Brussels Sprouts Subzi. First, they show the required ingredients: 1lb Brussels Sprouts 1/2tsp Mustard Seeds 14tsp Fenugreek Seeds 1tsp Urad Dal A few curry leaves 1/4tsp Asafoetida ...more
Learn to make this healthy summer brunch salad with Manjula. Cabbage chana dal salad is a colorful Indian salad that is make with cabbage, tomatoes, cucumber, carrot, mint leaves, and yellow chana dal(chana dal is the split version of kala chana, can be purchased from any Indi ...more
Maria teaches how to make an Indian chana dal: Lentils & vegetables. Ingredients: ghee (clarified butter), 1 onion (diced), 12 oz. sliced white button mushrooms ((chopped), 2 tsps. salt, 3 cloves of garlic, 2 tsps. fresh ginger root, 2 potatoes (diced), 1 tbsp. garam masala, 1 ...more
Watch as Manjula prepares two vegetarian versions of this classic Indian toor dal. You will need: 1 cup toor dal 3 cups water 1 teaspoon salt ½ teaspoon turmeric 1 tablespoon fine chopped ginger 1 teaspoon mango powder 1 teaspoon garam masala VEGETABLE TARKA 2 tablespoon cle ...more
Know which Indian entrees are low-calorie and which are diet busters. Step 1: Forget the fried stuff Avoid fried appetizers, like puri, which is fried bread, samosas, which are turnovers, and pakoras, which are fritters. Try the mulligatawny soup, a spicy concoction of chicke ...more
The smell of hot curry pouring from room is inevitable. The mixture of spices filled up my nostril as I sat. The lighting of the room might not be pleasant but it is the way in which the restaurant owner set up his restaurant to stop excessive lighting, which is done with a hu ...more