Saturday, October 22, 2016
Gateway to Sikhism
Dahi Bhalle

Ingredients: - Maa Ki Dal washed -250 gm , Water to soak dal, Onion - 1 chopped finely, Ginger - small pieces - chopped, Green coriander - chopped, Green chillies - 2 chopped, Cuminseed - 1/2 tsp., Salt - 1/2 tsp., Soda-bi-carb - 1/4 tsp., Oil for frying, Curd - 750 gm, Raisins - 15-20.

Method: - Wash and soak daal in enough water to cover the dal. Soak it for three hours. Drain water and grind, add chopped onion, ginger, coriander-chillies-salt, cuminseed and soda. Heat oil. With moistened hands, make Bhalla with daal batter into 2 discs. Deep fry - each Bhalla - light brown. Drain oil, keep aside. Soak in hot water for ten minutes. Press out water lightly. Beat curds-add- salt - 1/2 tsp. cuminseeds. soak-raisins in water for ten minutes. Add to the curd. Lay Bhallas in a flat dish-pour curds on it, garnish with red chilli powder-chopped coriander, powdered cuminseeds. Serve with lmli chutney and extra beaten curd.

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