Moong Dal Sultani

Moong Dal Sultani

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Even commonly consumed dals rock when combined intelligently with the right ingredients! Garlic and tomatoes add tang and taste to this versatile dal, which goes well with rice as well as with phulkas. Folic acid content of moong dal is an added benefit to this dal.


Serve with Bajra and Cauliflower Roti , Carrot Pickle and rice .

Moong Dal Sultani recipe - How to make Moong Dal Sultani

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     Makes 6 servings
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Ingredients
Method
    Main procedure
  1. Clean, wash and soak both the dals in water for 2 to 3 hours. Drain and keep aside.
  2. Combine the dals, tomatoes, garlic, green chillies, turmeric powder, salt and 1½ cups of water and pressure cook for 2 whistles. Allow the steam to escape before opening the lid. Remove, whisk well and keep aside.
  3. Heat a non-stick pan on a medium flame and when hot, add the cumin seeds and dry roast for about 30 seconds.
  4. Lower the flame, add the onions and dry roast till the onions turn light brown in colour. Sprinkle a little water if the mixture starts burning.
  5. Add the cooked dals, ½ cup of water and mix well and simmer for another 3 to 4 minutes.
  6. Serve hot garnished with coriander.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
Energy94 cal
Protein6.2 g
Carbohydrates16.5 g
Fiber2.4 g
Fat0.4 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium9.8 mg

Reviews

Moong Dal Sultani
 on 28 Aug 16 11:09 PM
5

hi Tara. I live in a hostel and I don''t have a pressure cooker to go with my induction stove. Can I do this on a normal bartan? How long do I have to cook it for? Please reply, thank you
Tarla Dalal
29 Aug 16 12:27 PM
   Hi Sarah, you can cook the dal, in a normal utensils by covering it with the lid, and remember to keep stirring in between, to avoid sticking at the bottom. Do give us your feedback, once you have tried the recipe..
Moong Dal Sultani
 on 23 Aug 16 12:26 PM
5

What a wonderful dal prepared by using regular ingredients. No one can say that it is a zero oil recipe as it tastes just amazing. I often prepare this dal to have a controlled diet and I am 100% satisfied with it.
Tarla Dalal
29 Aug 16 12:23 PM
   Hi Sonal, Great to know you have loved the recipe.. Keep trying more and more recipes and give us your feedback..
Moong Dal Sultani
 on 18 Jan 16 01:38 AM
5

I love to see yr recipes when I get chance, specially because they r vegetarian, healthy, easy looking in preparation, & I tried them once a while. I make this one due to tuver dal which can give more protein in my diet, mild but tasty & very easy to make. I make this dal on weekends in double/triple amount so I can have it ready during week to go with rice, but I have been using cumin & oil to sauté onion, so I think it may taste better when I eat cold/microwave from refrigerator during weekdays. & I also do not whisk, just stir to leave it thicker to refrigerate. (I am working woman) Thanks for your videos & healthy recipes, I would love to have suggestions from you for other easy healthy recipes that I can make in weekends but still taste better when I use out of refrigerator on weekdays. Thank you again.
Tarla Dalal
18 Jan 16 05:18 PM
   Hi Shilpa, This is a zero oil recipe, so we have not used any fat. However you can use a little. Happy Cooking !
Moong Dal Sultani
 on 12 Jan 15 03:08 PM
5

A quick dal which is without oil and not too much spice too, but the addition of onions, garlic and tomatoes perks up the flavour very nicely. In all a tasty treat.
Moong Dal Sultani
 on 12 Jan 15 02:19 PM
5

This dal is so quick... It is not spicy at all yet tasty.. Also it is made without using oil at all.. Healthy and tasty.. Perfect combination!
Moong Dal Sultani
 on 27 Oct 12 03:36 PM
5