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Toor Dahl With Winter Greens

Toor dahl with winter greens
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Toor Dahl With Winter Greens Recipe, How To Make Toor Dahl With Winter Greens Recipe

This is a lovely Indian dahl with European winter greens.

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How to make Toor dahl with winter greens

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Prep time
30 mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
60 mins
Toor dahl with winter greens
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Dall
Servings : 0 persons
Published date : November 16, 2016

Ingredients used in Toor dahl with winter greens
• Jeera, rai, methi, hing, urhad dahl, haldi, curry leaves - to fry.
• Coconut milk - half cup.
• Brussels sprouts - 1 cup.
• Sugar snaps - 1 cup.
• Fresh kale - 3 leaves piece.
• Tomatos - 2 big.
• Garlic - 1 piece piece.
• Green chilli - 1 piece.
• Fresh ginger - 1 piece small.
• Onions - 3 small.
• Organic coconut oil, ghee - to fry.
• Fresh spinach - 1 cup.

Dahl with kale, brussels sprouts and sugar snaps. For the dahl: Cook toor dahl with a little haldi, and a teaspoon of ghee. In a separate pot: Melt organic oconut oil and a little ghee Hing jeera, rai, a little methi and urhad dahl curry leaves When the seeds are done sputtering, add: Onions, ginger, green chilli, garlic (all cut up finely) and a little salt When the onions start browning a little bit, add: Freshly cut kale brussels sprouts (halved) sugar snaps (cut in pieces) Add the cooked dahl and some more water when the vegetables are nearly done (donrsquo;t let them go too soft), blend with a hand mixer Tarka: In a little ghee fry some jeera, rai, curry leaves, onion and tomato. When the tomato is cooked, add a little coconut milk. Serve with Basmati rice. Top with fresh coriander leaves and freshly cut up spinach

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