Friday, December 15, 2017
Gateway to Sikhism
Daal Ladoo

Ingredients: - Dhoti Moong daal - 100 gms, Water to soak daal, Salt -1/2 tsp., Cuminseed - 1/2 tsp., Oil for frying, Soda- bi-carb - 1/8 tsp., Curd - 1/2 kg.

Method: - Wash daal. Soak in enough water to cover the daal. Soak for two hours. Drain the water and grind it to fine paste. Add salt, cuminseeds and soda. Mix it well. Keep it aside for ten minutes. Heat oil in a frying pan or karahi. Put the paste in forms of small balls into hot ghee and fry them light golden. Soak them in cold water and cover. Press water out of each ball. (1/2 kg).Put balls in the dish and pour beaten curd over it. Garnish with coriander leaves and chaat masala. Imli chutney goes well with it. The thought of it makes your mouth water !

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