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DAL is a staple dish eaten in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. I guess you can call it Lentil Soup. It’s rich in protein and carbs but very filling and can be made with ease after a long day. Traditionally the spices are tempered separately but with INSTANT POT You no longer need to.
-1/2 Yellow Onion (diced)
-1 Red Vine Tomato (diced)
-3-4 Garlic Minced
-2 Dried Red Chili
-1 1/2 cup Moong Dal (Split Moong Beans)
-1/2 cup Masoor Dal (Split Red Lentils)
-1 Tsp Cumin Seeds
-1/4 Tsp Turmeric
-1 Tbsp Red Chili Powder / Cayne
-1 Tsp Coriander Powder
-2 Tsp Salt (Adjust to taste)
1. Start off by washing your dal. Then dice onions, tomatoes, and mince garlic.
2. Sauté the onions until translucent with cumin seeds and 2 dried chilies, either using 1 Tbsp ghee or butter.
3. Add in the garlic and Sauté for 2 minutes. Followed by tomato until it’s soft.
4. Add in all the spices followed by the washed dal. Mix the dal with the spices.
5. Add 6 Cups of water to have a thicker consistency. You can always add more water after the dal is cooked.
6. Pressure Cook on HIGH for 12 Minutes.
Finish off by adding Cilantro and Lemon or Lime.
Serve with white rice. ENJOY!
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Thanks bro ☺️
What is the cup ratio for daal to water? Is it 2 cups of daal to 6 cups of water?
Help please what do I hit on the crick pot stew? Or pressure cook??
Just made it was awesome! It will be staple food for me. Thank you!!
Amazing recipe nice 👍 please see this https://youtu.be/0rwL7NwiQ58
Looks HEARTY! 😍