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Crispy Dals Fry

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Masala peanuts, Moong Dal, Chana dal is one of the crispy, tasty and protein rich tea-time snack of India.

Chana dal is amongst the well-known lentils used in making a number of dishes in the Indian delicacies. They're also known as Bengal gram or split desi peas. Chana dal is appreciated primarily due to its fantastic flavor and it is used in making many different salads, curries, snacks etc. The dal is rich and very yummy after cooking. the legumes are also roasted and powdered into flour (besan). Besan could be involved in making many different... Read More..

About Recipe

How to make CRISPY DALS FRY

(9 ratings)
6 reviews so far
Prep time
5 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
20 mins
CRISPY DALS FRY
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Daal
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 08, 2019


Ingredients used in CRISPY DALS FRY
• Peanuts - 1/2 cup.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1 tea spoon.
• Chickpea flour - 2 teaspoons.
• Red chilli powder - 1 tea spoon.
• Turmeric powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Salt - to taste.
• Urad dal powder - 2 teaspoons.
• Rice flour - 1 tea spoon.
• Oil - to fry.
• Chana dal - 1/2 cup.
• Garam masala - 1 pinch.
• Black salt - 2 pinch.
• Amchoor powder - 2 pinch.
• Moong dal - 1/2 cup.
Method:
  • Take a bowl add soaked peanuts, ginger garlic paste, chickpea flour, chilli powder, turmeric powder, salt, urad dal powder, rice flour, water and mix it.
  • Heat oil to deep fry and sprinkle the peanut slowly.
  • Deep fry until it is crispy then remove from the oil and transfer into monkey bowls.
  • In the same hot oil add soaked chana dal into the wire mesh strainer and saute it.
  • Then remove from the oil and transfer into a plate.
  • Then add chilli powder, garam masala, black salt, amchur powder and mix it nicely.
  • Transfer to a monkey bowl.
  • In the same hot oil add soaked moong dal into the wire mesh strainer and saute it.
  • Then remove from the oil and transfer into a plate.
  • Then add black salt, salt, amchoor and mix it nicely.
  • Transfer to a monkey bowl.

Now the crispy dals fry is ready to serve.






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Chana dal is amongst the well-known lentils used in making a number of dishes in the Indian delicacies. They're also known as Bengal gram or split desi peas. Chana dal is appreciated primarily due to its fantastic flavor and it is used in making many different salads, curries, snacks etc. The dal is rich and very yummy after cooking. the legumes are also roasted and powdered into flour (besan). Besan could be involved in making many different sweet delicacies.

 

Chana dal is baby chickpeas that seem to be and taste like small corn kernels and work effectively in soups, salads, and rice dishes. Coarsely crushed chana dal are used for making Dhokla for the crunchy taste while increasing its nutrients.

 

Chana dal may be used in numerous methods to supplement soups, curries, salads, over rice or any other grains. Also, they can be tossed using some olive or coconut oil, with some seasonings, and roasted in the oven to get a healthy snack. Similar to their larger popular types of chickpea, they might be converted into a wonderful hummus

 

Chana dal cooked long, low and slowly produces an incredibly delicious, dreamy, creamy broth. You can include meat if you wish, however with its large protein content, it isn't even essential. It requires a variety of seasonings well, too.

 

The chana dal carries an attractive aroma and absorbs the tastes of the spices very well. As soon as it starts cooking and getting combined with the spice mix, you'll breathe in the air with delight. And due to the hard to mess up texture unlike other lentils, this is cooked by braising the lentils using the spice mix for a while, in the same way you'd do to with the meat.  The whole spices and also the fresh ginger provides an attractive delicate taste to this dish

 

Health Benefit:

Chana dal is incredibly yummy in taste, packed with nutrition and can be digested very easily.  Chana dal is lower in fat, full of fiber that helps in lower cholesterol. Additionally, it includes a very low glycemic index, which is very important to people with diabetes, and ideal supply of calcium, proteins, folate and zinc.



 

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Neeru Jain Posted on Tue Dec 22 2015

good?

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M Revanth Posted on Tue Feb 16 2016

Moong dal how much time soak in water.?

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Saurabh Agrawal Posted on Sun Feb 28 2016

is this the same kitchen as Vah re Vah chef??

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blackand Blues Posted on Mon May 09 2016

chana dal to be soaked for how many hours. why does my chana dal get chewy after frying. same with moong dal. please reply?

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Madhu Sudhan Posted on Tue May 24 2016

Sir - Can you please tell us approximate temperature to which oil needs to be heated. This way it will remove guess work from novices like me?

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chefsusheel kumar Posted on Wed Jun 01 2016

OMG shivram sir .... I'm shock to see u in youtube .....?

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