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Kulath ki daal / horse gram millet
It's been long ...I was busy with my new baby venture , my jwelery business trying to put it into shape, completing my orders, build up my online shop....Drumbeads
While I was busy with my new venture I had left some recipes lined up in my Dropbox....so posting them now. Continuation of tasty mountain food ( kumaoni cuisine ) I wanted to share pahari Dal / kulath ki dal / mandua ki dal / horse gram millet
Kulath or Horsegram is also know as Gahat. This dal is tempered with gandharein. Searching on what it is, I came to know it's a sort of heeng, I couldn't get it so I used regular heeng and cumin seeds.
Kulath Ki daal / Gahat
Mandua Kulath .....1 cup
Rice Paste..............2 Tbsp
Turmeric powder.....1 tsp
Coriander powder....1 tsp
Garlic......................5/6 in no.
Red Chilly powder......1 tsp
Cumin seeds..............1/2 tsp
Gandhreni small piece
Onion ........................1 chopped
Soak the dal in water for 4-5 hrs. Crush a little in mixer.
Chop ginger and garlic. Add ginger, garlic, turmeric, coriander and half of the chilly powder and salt in dal ,Boil / pressure cook the dal in water double the amount of dal.
When done, add rice paste and cook for some time. Before removing the dish from the burner, add cumin seeds, Asofetida, gandhreni (if you get it )and rest of the chilly powder.
In a small pan heat pure ghee and add chopped onion in it cook onion till turn golden brown add a little red chilli powder just to add taste and give this Bhagar to cooked dal .
Garnish the dal with either little boiled rice or with lots of butter and coriander leaves.
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