Moong Dal Tadka

Simple and comforting Moong Dal Tadka.

This is one of the simplest Indian dals made with split petite yellow lentils.

A tempering (tadka) of cumin seeds, mustard seeds, asafoetida and curry leaves makes this a flavorful & comforting dish!

Of all the dals that I grew up eating at home on a regular basis, moong dal was probably everyone’s least favorite.

Most people consider it as bland and in fact we used to eat...

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Dal Makhani

Creamy and buttery Dal Makhani is one of India’s most loved dal!

This dal has whole black lentils cooked with butter and cream and simmered on low heat for that unique flavor. It tastes best with garlic naan!

I share all my tips and tricks to make restaurant style Dal Makhani at home with easy to follow steps.

Lentils have been an integral part of my diet. In India, we pretty much eat...

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Aloo Methi

Simple Indian stir fry with potatoes and fresh fenugreek leaves.

This Aloo Methi was quite a winter staple in my home and is best enjoyed with flatbread like roti.

I don’t see fresh methi leaves (fenugreek) very often here in the market.

But whenever I spot them, I make sure to buy few bunches and either make paratha with them or a simple stir fry like this...

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