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Palak Dal

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Palak dal or palakura Pappu is an Andhra spinach and dal curry made using fresh palak and dal. It is served with rice, ghee or chapathi, phulka, and papads.

Palakura pappu/Spinach dal is an Andhra based, easy and simple a single pot recipe- a well-used Andhra pappu kura. It’s packed with protein, healthy and you'll appreciate preparing it due to the fact it's very easy, fast and your kitchen area will contain a fragrant fresh essence of spinach being applied with tuvar dal that soaks up the flavoring superbly.

 

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About Recipe

Bachchali koora pappu, Pasalai keerai paruppu, Palang sag Daal

How to make palak dal

(50 ratings)
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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
palak dal
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Spinach
Servings : 6 persons
Published date : April 16, 2018


Ingredients used in palak dal
• Tomato - 2 large.
• Mustard seesd - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Red chilli whole - 2 numbers.
• Cumin seeds - 1/4 teaspoons.
• Hing/asafoetida - 1 pinch.
• Turmeric powder - 1 pinch.
• Garlic - 5 clove.
• Toor dal (boiled) - 1 cup.
• Salt - to taste.
• Oil - 1 tablespoons.
• Onion - 1 numbers.
• Spinach - 4 bunch.
• Green chillis - 2 numbers.
• Coriander leaves - 1 springs.
• Butter - 1 tablespoons.
• Curry leaves - 1 springs.
Method:
  1. Boil dal and keep aside.
  2. heat oil add red chilli whole, mustard and cumin seeds, add sliced garlic and onion, add turmeric,hing, curry leaves ,chopped chilli and cook for 2 minutes
  3. add tomatoes and cook till they are half cooked add spinach , butter and cook for 2 min add daal ( dal which has been cooked well and mash)add salt cook for another 5minutes and serve hot with poori, chapati and rice.





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Palakura pappu/Spinach dal is an Andhra based, easy and simple a single pot recipe- a well-used Andhra pappu kura. It’s packed with protein, healthy and you'll appreciate preparing it due to the fact it's very easy, fast and your kitchen area will contain a fragrant fresh essence of spinach being applied with tuvar dal that soaks up the flavoring superbly.

 

Pappu meaning “cooked lentils” (in Telugu) includes an exclusive place in south Indian meals tradition, particularly the Andhra delicacies. Palakura pappu/Spinach dal/ Palak dal is a superb food for Bachelors and also for working women. It is possible to make this food at least one time per week and you are able to have very simple and nutritious meal.

 

Palak dal is one this sort of dish that is the most in-demand comfort and ease meals in India. Everybody has their very own form of this recipe. Hot rice and Palak dal make probably the most comforting and satisfying combo. Like a lot of the Indian quality recipes, this is extremely flexible and it is prepared in a different way, with various lentils as well as spices based on the location where it's cooked and of course on the mood of the individual.

 

 For preparing the Palak dal, first of all, pressure cook the dal (any lentil), mash and keep to one side. Clean the spinach and cut properly. In the pan include little oil, put dry red chilies, mustard seeds, cumin, and garlic, curry leaves, Hing (optional), chopped onions and blend. Cook till the onions are translucent. Put chopped green chilies, turmeric powder and sauté. Add chopped tomatoes and mix properly. Include little water and cook. Add salt and cover by using a cover. Cook till the tomatoes are soft for approximately 10 mins. Then add chopped spinach, mashed dal. Cook properly until the foam dissolves. Increase butter to provide that additional zest and taste. Palak dal is the most suitable with Puri, Chapatti, hot rice or papad.

 

This dish is quite easy to make although it does need a little time to prepare the lentils. The palak dal tastes amazing using the warm hot and spicy taste of the creamy lentils and spinach. This is certainly a different fantastic way to get pleasure from spinach! It is a convenience food that brings on warm fuzzy feelings.

 

Health Benefits:

Spinach is extremely a good way to obtain vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin C, Calcium and so forth. Green spinach includes a large nutrients and it is incredibly full of anti-oxidants, particularly when fresh, steamed, or quickly boiled and Lentils consist of large amounts of proteins, such as the vital amino acids isoleucine and lysine, and so are an important way to obtain affordable protein in lots of parts of the world for many who follow a vegetarian diet.



 

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Nirav Vakil Posted on Thu Dec 27 2007

Thanks Sanjay!!! Thanks for sharing this recipe... I have followed many of your vegetarian recipes (since I am vegetarian) and my success ration is 100%... :) I am eager to watch the Bhaji Pau recipe from you....hope you can cover this recipe in on

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VahChef Posted on Thu Dec 27 2007

i mostly use nonstick pans ,they are coated silver in color , just good for video

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PARTHASARATHI MUKHOPADHYAY Posted on Thu Dec 27 2007

I heard that spinach should not be eaten with tomato. Is there any scientific basis?

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sara Posted on Thu Dec 27 2007

Yes. It si not good for kidneys. Spinach and tomatoes both form stones in kidneys.

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rolling stones Posted on Fri Dec 28 2007

thank you very much for the wonderfull service u are doing to the humanity , u are in tru sense my annadatta . yesterday i made eggplant and tomatu curry and i was very tasty , many thanks to u

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VahChef Posted on Sun Dec 30 2007

pre cook dal and cook it well ,do not blend

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Priya Ramachandran Posted on Wed Jan 02 2008

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Retu Verma Posted on Thu Jan 10 2008

I am definitely inspired by your cooking,you make it look so easy.I have made some dishes using your recipe and they are awesome,thanks once again.

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bestiaccia Posted on Sat Jan 12 2008

This is terrific! Thank you!

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bestiaccia Posted on Sat Jan 12 2008

Why?

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hazzaahurry Posted on Wed Mar 19 2008

Hey Guruji well certainly many r gettin inspired like me. i gotta a small doubt/may be its a myth that tomato n spinach don't go along...well am sure u r rite as u r not just a great chef n got a good health consciousness but also a great &#3

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