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Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

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46 Min
Medium

Ingredients

5 Servings

This dish was made for 5

ingredient_quantity
recipe ingredient
0.25  Cup
Arhar Dal
0.25  Cup
Moong dal (Soaked for 2-3 hr)
0.25  Cup
Urad Dal
0.25  Cup
Chana Dal
0.25  Cup
Moong dal (Soaked for 2-3 hr)
6  Cups
Hot Water
0.5  Teaspoon
Turmeric Powder
1  Tablespoon
Ghee
0.25  Teaspoon
Hing (Asafoetida)
0.5  Teaspoon
Cumin Seeds
4 
Dry Red Chillies
1 
Onion (Chopped)
2 
Green Chillies
2  Teaspoons
Ginger
1  Tablespoon
Garlic (Chopped)
1 
Tomato (Chopped)
1  Tablespoon
Ground Nut
1  Pinch
Salt
2  Tablespoons
Coriander Leaves (Chopped)
1  Tablespoon
Lemon Juice

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Nutrition Value

Carbohydrates
19.66 g
Energy
141.03 kcal
Fats
4.54 g
Protein
6.72 g
Information per serving

Instruction

46 Minutes
  • Step 1

    15 Min
    Mix all the dals in a bowl and wash them well till the water runs clear. Then soak them for 15-20 min. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
  • Step 2

    10 Min
    Pressure cook the dals with water and turmeric powder for 5 whistles. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
  • Step 3

    3 Min
    Heat ghee in a karahi on medium flame, add asafoetida, cumin seeds and dry red chillies and fry for a minute. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
  • Step 4

    10 Min
    Add onion, green chillies, garlic, ginger and fry until onions are brown. Add tomato and cook till they becomes soft. Add boiled dal, peanuts and mix well. Add some water if the dal is too thick to get desired consistency. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
  • Step 5

    7 Min
    Add MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic and let it simmer on low heat for 4-5 min. Adjust salt to taste and remove from flame. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
  • Step 6

    1 Min
    Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and add lemon juice to it. Serve hot with rotis or brown rice. Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)
Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 1 of 6

Mix all the dals in a bowl and wash them well till the water runs clear. Then soak them for 15-20 min.

Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 2 of 6

Pressure cook the dals with water and turmeric powder for 5 whistles.

Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 3 of 6

Heat ghee in a karahi on medium flame, add asafoetida, cumin seeds and dry red chillies and fry for a minute.

Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 4 of 6

Add onion, green chillies, garlic, ginger and fry until onions are brown. Add tomato and cook till they becomes soft. Add boiled dal, peanuts and mix well. Add some water if the dal is too thick to get desired consistency.

Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 5 of 6

Add MAGGI Masala-ae-Magic and let it simmer on low heat for 4-5 min. Adjust salt to taste and remove from flame.

Rajasthani Dal Panchmel Recipe (Diabetic Friendly)

Step 6 of 6

Garnish with fresh coriander leaves and add lemon juice to it. Serve hot with rotis or brown rice.

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