Indian Recipes (Most Popular)6325 results - showing 5091 to 5100
This Indian recipe can be served as a vegetarian main course, or in smaller portions as a side dish (with Tandori Chicken perhaps?). Very flavorful. Can add more cayenne pepper to taste.Submitted by LINDSAYDUCK
Of all the dals, this one perhaps has the “meatiest” taste. If you cannot find Chana Dal sold by an Indian grocer, substitute yellow split peas. This dal can be served with rice.Submitted by CA-IN-SAPPORO
Murgh aur masoor dal is really like a hearty stew, perfect for cold winter days. You could add vegetables to it as well, such as shelled peas or 1/2-inch lengths of green beans. It you do this, put in the vegetables at about the same time as you in the lemon juice.Submitted by CA-IN-SAPPORO
I made this from a Gits Mix, which you can get at an Indian market or in the International section of a large supermarket. Normally, these are made on a special pan, called a Tava, but I do them in a smaller size on a hot, non-stick pan. You do need to spray the pan with oil between each pancake, about 1/4 tsp, or they will stick irregardless of the nonstick pan.
These are lentil and rice flour, so no wheat and ideal for those who don't eat it. Submitted by CCKELLY3