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Mutter dal dhokri recipe

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It's like dal but not as you have ever known it! If you like pasta you're going to love this. You need never touch another bowl of minestrone once you've tasted this Gujarati classic.


Nottinghamshire, England, UK

6 people made this

IngredientsServes: 5

  • 200g tuver dal (toor dal or yellow split pigeon peas)
  • 1.5L hot water
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons grated root ginger
  • 2 green chillies, minced
  • 1 tablespoon tomato puree
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 lemon, juiced and zested
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • salt to taste
  • sugar to taste
  • 150g frozen peas (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh coriander
  • 1 tablespoon desiccated coconut
  • Spice mixture
  • 1 tablespoon ghee
  • 1/4 teaspoon mustard seeds
  • 1 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 1/4 teaspoon asafoetida (hing)
  • 5 to 6 curry leaves
  • 10 peanuts
  • 8 cashews nuts
  • 2 star anise
  • 1 large stick cinnamon
  • For the dhokri
  • 125g chickpea flour (besan)
  • 125g self raising flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt (or to taste)
  • 1/2 teaspoon sugar (or to taste)
  • 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder (or to taste)
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 small pinch ajwain seeds
  • 1/2 lemon, juiced and zested
  • 2 tablespoons sunflower oil
  • tepid water, as needed

MethodPrep:25min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:45min

  1. Boil the tuver dal in the 1.5 litres water until you are able to pass it through a sieve. Pass all of this through a sieve into a large bowl and set aside.
  2. In a separate large pan heat the ghee and add the ingredients for the spice mixture: mustard seeds (wait for them to pop), then the cumin seeds, asafoetida, curry leaves, peanuts, cashews, star anise and cinnamon. Cook for a minute.
  3. Add the strained dal mixture to the ghee mixture, along with the ginger, chillies, tomato puree, turmeric, lemon juice and zest, cinnamon, salt and sugar. Allow to simmer while you make the dhokri.
  4. In a bowl mix all of the ingredients for the dhokri and add tepid water till you can knead the mixture into a firm, smooth dough.
  5. Divide into four portions and roll out (using extra plain flour) into something resembling a thick chapatti. Cut into diamond shapes (I used a pizza cutter… shortcut!).
  6. Bring the dal to a rapid rolling boil and one by one drop in the diamond shaped dhokris. Repeat this process until you have run out of dough - but remember to keep the dal at a constant rolling boil. You may also need to add extra boiling water as it is likely to thicken while the dhokri is cooking - this is normal. Add the peas and boil for another 5-8 minutes and when you have done taste it to make sure you can taste hot, sweet and sour. Also check there is enough salt in the dal because of the extra water you may have added when boiling the dhokri.
  7. Add the chopped coriander and grated coconut (optional) and serve.

Tip

Peas are optional in this recipe - add as much as you like!

See it on my blog

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Complete meal on a cold day.-19 Dec 2009


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Ingredients

300g yellow toor lentils
2 star anise
rapeseed oil
½ tsp mustard seeds
¾ tsp cumin seeds
4 whole cloves
1 green finger chilli, slit lengthways
2 sprigs of fresh curry leaves
3 large ripe tomatoes, chopped
½ tsp ground turmeric
1⅓ tsp salt
2½ tsp runny honey
1½ tbsp lemon juice
30g red-skinned peanuts, crushed

Mutter dal dhokri recipe - Recipes

crunchy chickpea bits! Never seen it, never woulda thought of it, but I love it. I'm getting green beans tomorrow.

Love the idea of the chickpea batter - very different!

I've never even heard of chickpea flour, this looks like a great recipe!

This is an interesting dish. I'll have to try it sometime. I think the green beans will go well with the gram flour and I always have gram flour in the pantry. I use it as an egg substitute.

Kathy, I love this recipe - so flavorful! chickpea flour is one of my favorite flours, but it's so under-rated and under-used. This is a fabulous and delicious way to use it and would make anyone a green bean addict!

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This is genius! What an innovative way to make a chickpea flour curry- And with green beans too. My favourite! :) You just made those beans a whole lot happier!

Love the chickpea addition,great way to pep up the beans :D

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Pumpkin Soup

Hi Kurma,
Thank you so much for your wonderful cooking ideas. I have been experimenting with eggless cakes for yoga catering the carob raisin cake is superb!

I was looking for your take on pumpkin soup – I had always made a simple soup flavoured only with onion, garlic, cardamon and salt, but now without the onion and garlic I need to find a new way.

I’m going to adapt the carrot and ginger recipe tomorrow, but would be interested to know your ideas. Thanks in mouthwatering anticipation, G G.

Glad to hear that the cake recipe worked well. The carrot and ginger soup receives rave reviews. Here’s my Pumpkin Soup recipe – I like it a lot. The Jap pumpkins are the best flavoured, in my opinion. A swirl of thick coconut cream makes a nice change.

Old Fashioned Cream of Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin soup is a great winter favourite. Milk and a simple seasoning of black pepper and nutmeg allow the pumpkin flavour to predominate.

Preparation & cooking time: 30 minutes
Serves: 4 persons

3 cups water
1 cups milk
90g (3 ounces) butter
teaspoon nutmeg
teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
4 cups, 1 kg (2.2 pounds) pumpkin, peeled, seeded, and cubed
1 tablespoon plain flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon light cream
2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley

Melt half the butter in a 6-litre/quart saucepan over moderate heat. Add the nutmeg, black pepper, and pumpkin cubes and saute for 10 minutes. Add the water and bring to a boil, cooking until the pumpkin is very tender.

Empty the contents of the saucepan into a blender and add half the milk. Puree the mixture carefully. Remove and set aside. Rinse the saucepan.

Heat the remaining butter in the saucepan over moderate heat. Stir the flour into the butter. Return the pumpkin puree to the saucepan along with the remaining milk, stirring constantly until the soup is well blended. Bring to a boil, simmer for a few minutes, and season with salt.


Yamuna Devi Recipe # 17 : Creamy Mung Dal with Chopped Spinach (Palak Moong Dal)

Moong, North India’s most popular dal, was a great favourite of my spiritual master, Srila Prabhupada. It is easy to digest and has a good flavor and high vitamin content. The spinach, preferably fresh, enhances the texture and marbled color of this power-packed dal soup, and the fried spices poured in at the end of the cooking add lashings of flavor. (note from Kurma: moong dal is also known as split yellow mung beans.)

Preparation time (after assembling ingredients): 10 minutes,
Cooking time: 1¼ hours or 25 minutes in a pressure cooker,
Serves: 5 or 6.

2/3 cup (145g) split moong dal, without skins,
8 ounces (230g) fresh spinach, washed, trimmed, patted dry an coarsely chopped, or ½ of a 10-ounce package of chopped frozen spinach, defrosted (140g),
6½ cups (1.5 liters) water (5½ cups/1.3 liters if pressure-cooked),
1 teaspoon turmeric,
½ tablespoon ground coriander,
½ tablespoon scraped, finely shredded or minced fresh ginger root,
2 tablespoons ghee or vegetable oil,
1 ¼ teaspoons salt,
1 teaspoon cumin seeds,
¼ teaspoon cayenne or paprika,
¼ – ½ teaspoons yellow asafetida powder (hing),
½ tablespoon lemon juice.

Sort, wash and drain the split mung beans. If you are using frozen spinach, defrost it at room temperature, place it in a strainer and press out all excess water.

Place the mung beans, water, turmeric, coriander, ginger root and a dab of ghee or oil in a heavy 3-quart/liter nonstick saucepan. Stirring occasionally, bring to a full boil over high heat. Reduce the heat to moderately low, cover with a tight-fitting lid and gently boil for 1 hour or until the dal is soft and fully cooked. For pressure cooking, combine the ingredients in a 6-quart/liter pressure cooker, cover and cook for 25 minutes under pressure. Remove from the heat and let the pressure drop by itself.

Off the heat, uncover and add the salt. Beat with a wire whisk or rotary beater (or a bamix, says Kurma) until the dal soup is creamy smooth. Add the fresh spinach, cover and boil gently for 5-8 minutes more or cook frozen spinach for 2-3 minutes.

Heat the ghee or oil in a small saucepan over moderate to moderately high heat. When it is hot, pour in the cumin seeds and fry until they are brown. Add the asafetida and cayenne or paprika and fry for just 1-2 seconds more. Then quickly pour the fried seasonings into the soup. Cover immediately. Let the seasonings soak into the hot dal for 1- 2 minutes. Add the lemon juice, stir and serve.

*Note that since Yamuna wrote her recipes using US measurements, the weights are in US with metric in brackets.

More importantly, her tablespoons are US (15ml) whereas Australian/metric tablespoons are 20ml. So if you follow these recipes using metric measures, your tablespoons should be scant.

Similarly, the US cup is 240ml as distinct from the Australian/metric 250ml cup. The same scant measuring should thus apply to Australian/metric cup users.


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