Haryana Mixed Dhal curry

Haryana Mixed Dhal is a delicious curry, Recently i tried this appetising dhal. A Simple and comfort for the all the age group. Highly nutrition with the combination of dhal.

For the April month our “shhh cooking secretly” challenge team choose Haryana cuisines and  I was paired with Shailaja writer of “Sahasravantalu page“  she gave me two interesting ingredients to try this toothsome curry. I got Channa dhal and tomatoes as my secret ingredients.

Indian cuisine has a wide variety of regional and traditional cuisines. Haryana has a healthy combination ingredients, Bajra, Rice, Whole wheat flour and a variety of lentils, pluses, besan flour are the most used traditional ingredients. They are popular in using dairy products too. So I choose the lentils for my recipe. 

April month was hectic with vacation and travel, so it took 2-3 days delay to write my post. I prepared Coccinia grandis(ivy gourd) fry to pair, it was an absolute combination to give a try. Hope this post helps you know about this simple recipe. 

Haryana Mixed Dhal

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Curry
Prep Time: 30 mins    |  Cook time: 20 mins    |  Serves: 3-4

 

Ingredients

 

Toor Dhal  2 tsp
Black spilletd Urad Dhal  2 tsp
Channa Dhal  2 tsp
Moon Dhal  2 tsp
Masoor Dhal  2 tsp
Turmeric Powder  1/4 tsp
Hing/Perungayam  1/2 tsp
Oil/Ghee  2 tsp
Jeera  1/2 tsp
Onion  1/2 cup chopped
Garlic  3 pods crushed
Green Chilli  2-3 nos
Tomato  1 large
Red chillie powder 1/2 tsp
Coriander leaves  3-4 springs

 

 

Method

Mix all the listed dhal (Black spilled urad dhal, Moong dhal, Channa dhal, masoor dhal, toor dhal) in a bowl, wash and soak them for 30 mins

 Take the soaked dhal in the pressure cooker add sea salt, turmeric powder and hing with enough water. 

 Pressure cook for 2-3 whistles. Release the pressure and open the pressure cooker.

Heat a pan with Ghee/oil in a pan temper with Jeera, add in the onions and fry them for few mins. 

Add in the crushed garlic and slitted green chilli

Followed by add in the chopped tomatoes, cook them till the tomatoes get mushed. 

 Add the Red chilli powder and saute them till the raw smell goes off. 

Add in the cooked dhal and simmer for few mins, and garnish with chopped coriander leaves.  

 

Notes

    • Soak and cook the dhal this step helps to reduce the cooking time. 
    • Mixed dhal curry is a great pair with rotis and rice. 

“Haryana Mixed Dhal”

#Mixeddhal  is going to be part of #shhhcookingsecretly for #HaryanaCuisine

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  • Vidya Narayan
    Vidya Narayan

    Hope you had a great vacation and a good break. The dal looks filling, healthy and comforting. Just a bowl of steamed rice, some papad on the side is more than sufficient for a great meal. Healthy and wholesome indeed.

  • The Girl Next Door
    The Girl Next Door

    The daal looks so flavourful and lovely! I’d love to have a bowl of this with rice or rotis any day! 🙂

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    Seema Doraiswamy Sriram

    I love dals. they make life easy, and are so filling. glad i have a new one to try now.

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    Sujata Roy

    Dal looks super tempting. Healthy and delicious share. Thanks for the well explained recipe.

  • priya satheesh
    Priya Satheesh

    Beautifully made Suji.. Nutritious and delicious dal !

  • Aruna

    5 dals in one dish takes the nutrition profile to a new level and the resultant flavour must be so good. Great share!

  • poonampagar
    Ponambachhav

    The mixed dal curry sounds flavorful and filling..perfect to go with steamed rice and chapati !

  • Renu Agrawal Dongre
    Renu

    A beautiful mixture of dal’s and so very healthy. Perfect with a bowl of rice.

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    Sujata Shukla

    One more lovely easy recipe, Sujitha! The dal not only looks flavourful and rich but is nutritious too. Looking forward to trying out this mixed dhal curry soon.

  • Jayashree

    I prepare this dal often and it tastes awesome. A comfort food anytime.

  • Priya Suresh
    Priya Suresh

    Such a super tempting and protein rich dhal, fingerlicking goodness. Am sure i can have this dhal happily with some hot steaming rice topped with ghee and papads. Lipsmacking here.

  • flavourdiary
    Nisa @FlavourDIary

    love the step by step pics for the recipe and the dal looks delicious…lovely share for the challenge….yum

  • themadscientiststskitchen

    I thought I left a comment here anyway wanted to say this is a yummy dal healthy and I love the simplicity of the dal.