Kali dal recipes

Moong Dal Halwa: Yellow Moong Halwa

Moong Dal Halwa: Yellow Moong Halwa

While the rest of the country is gripped by the Diwali fervor, the Bengalis worship Goddess Kali on this day, symbolic of Shakti or power and strength overcoming the evil and bringing in good
Thiruvadirai KaLi

Thiruvadirai KaLi

Most south indian households prepare Kali-Kuzhambu (the 'L' in the Kali is stressed and not like the 'L' in Goddess Kali)
Ragi Sangati, Ragi Mudde or Ragi Kali

Ragi Sangati, Ragi Mudde or Ragi Kali

It can be served with any pappu (dal), pachadi (chutney), or pulusu (sambar) as a side dish. Ragi Sangati is very similar to Ragi Mudde made in Karnataka or Ragi Kali made in Tamil Nadu
Pepper Rasam

Pepper Rasam

Sabut Kali Mirch (Black peppercorns) - 1 1/2 tsps. Toor dal - 1 tsp. Soak jeera and toor dal in a little water for about 5 minutes
Masoor Makhani

Masoor Makhani

Now add kali masoor dal and mix well. Creamy texture, soft dal, mild spices. If you soak kali masoor dal an hour or two before cooking,
Gujarati Dabeli

Gujarati Dabeli

1 inch peice of cinnamon/dal. 5 blackpepper corns/kali mirch. How was the long weekend. everyone. In the UK people got the news of the royal baby and it’s a girl was
Durga Pujo 2014

Durga Pujo 2014

The term Puja means today all the ceremonies of worship performed by the Hindus, from simple daily offering of flowers, fruit, leaves, rice, sweets and water to the gods both at home and at the temple, to the sacrifices of goats and chickens in temples dedicated to Kali, Durga and other female entity
Hyderabadi Dahi Vada

Hyderabadi Dahi Vada

Black Pepper (kali mirchi) powder to taste. Urad Dal. Then mix it with Urad Dal paste. Soak Urad Dal for 4 hours and then blend it to fine paste. 1 teaspoon Black Pepper (kali mirchi) powder to taste
Nandana Ugadi ‎Pachadi

Nandana Ugadi ‎Pachadi

The legend says that this is the day when Lord Krishna left his body marking the end of Dwapara Yuga and the start of Kali Yuga, it also assumes that Brahma created the universe on this day
Chakra – Indian Fine Dining in Notting Hill

Chakra – Indian Fine Dining in Notting Hill

The Butter Chicken (perfect blend of a delicate tomato based gravy and shredded chicken), The Kali (black) Dal (black lentils which were buttery yet not overwhelming) Zeera Aloo (sautéed tender baby potatoes with cumin seeds, ginger and chili) and Chakra Saag (paneer tossed with spinach, petit pois flavoured with ginger & nutmeg & fenugreek) accompanied by Tandoori Rotis (Indian bread) were just wonderful