Fenugreek Rice with Split Pigeon Pea(Toor Dal)Kadhi

FENUGREEK RICE WITH SPLIT PIGEON PEA(TOOR DAL) KADHI

Hello and welcome back everybody to my cooking corner. Sorry for the late post, was not able to find time because of certain personal engagements.Hope you all are doing great.A  very happy Ram Navami to my Indian friends. Today I am going to share a healthy recipe of Fenugreek Rice and Split Pigeon Pea or Toor Dal Kadhi. This rice is a healthy change from regular fried rices with mild seasonings and very less oil. The kadhi is also very healthy and a real tummy cooler to be had in summers. The use of curd in both the recipes augments the taste and nutritional levels of both dishes. I hope you guys will like it and try it sometime. So let’s start with the recipes—

Ingredients:-For the fenugreek rice

  1. Basmati Rice-1 glass
  2. Fenugreek Greens-1 cup
  3. Green Peas-1/4 cup
  4. Potato-1
  5. Onions-2
  6. Green Chillies-2
  7. Ginger-Garlic Paste-1 tsp
  8. Thick Curd-1 tbsp
  9. Sugar-A pinch
  10. Coriander-Cumin Powder-1 tsp
  11. Red Chilly Powder-1 tsp each
  12. Garam Masala-1 tsp
  13. Tomato Puree-1 tbsp
  14. Salt-According to taste
  15. Water-11/4 glass(with the same measurement as rice)

For the tempering:-

  1. Ghee-2 tbsp
  2. Cumin-1 tsp
  3. Bay Leaf-1
  4. Black Cardamom-2
  5. Green Cardamom-2
  6. Cinnamon Stick-1
  7. Clove-4
  8. Black Pepper-2

For the garnish-Roasted cashews.

STEPS

Step 1

DSC03949.jpgChop and wash the fenugreek finely. Chop the onions, green chilies. Beat the curd. Boil the potato, chop and shallow fry it and keep aside. Take a pressure cooker and add in all the tempering ingredients in it. Now add the chopped onions and chilies and saute for a minute. Add the ginger-garlic paste, spices,coriander-cumin powder, red chilly powder,garam masala, salt and fry them for two minutes. Add the tomato puree. Fry it too. Add in the chopped greens and fry for three-four minutes.

Step 2

Now wash and add 1 glass of basmati rice in the cooker. Fry it for one minute. Also add the roasted cashews, salt, and beaten curd. Sprinkle a pinch of sugar also. Add water(1 1/4 glass)and set the cooker over low flame for fifteen minutes to make this fenugreek fried rice.

Our aromatic Fenugreek Rice is ready. Serve it with Toor Dal Kadhi.

SPLIT PIGEON PEA OR TOOR DAL KADHI

  1. Toor Dal-200 gms
  2. Drumstick-1
  3. Broad Beans-50 gms
  4. Onions-1
  5. Green Chillies-2
  6. Ginger-Garlic Paste- 1 tsp
  7. Tomato-1
  8. Turmeric Powder-1 tsp
  9. Coriander Powder-1 tsp
  10. Red Chilly Powder-1 tsp
  11. Garam Masala-1 tsp
  12. Dry Mango Powder- 1 tsp
  13. Thick Curd(beaten)-1 cup
  14. Salt-According to taste

For the tempering:-

  1. Cumin-1 tsp
  2. Asafoetida-A pinch
  3. Vegetable Oil-1 tbsp

For the garnish:-Chopped Cilantro

STEPS

STEP 1

DSC03950_20190413170959760.jpgWash and boil toor dal with some kokum flowers and fenugreek seeds, salt and turmeric powder. Cut the drumsticks and broad beans into large pieces and blanch them.

Step 2

Take a pan and add all the tempering ingredients in it. When they splutter, add in the chopped onions and green chilies and fry for half a minute. Now add the ginger-garlic paste and fry again.

Step 3

Add in the spices, coriander powder, red chilly powder, garam masala, dry mango powder. Fry again and add the tomato. Fry everything well so that the rawness goes away completely.

Step 4

DSC03951.jpgAdd the blanched veggies also. You can add any vegetable of your choice. Now add the toor dal and let it simmer for five minutes. Lastly, add some beaten curd and garnish with chopped fresh cilantro.

Our Toor Dal Kadhi is ready. Serve both dishes together.

Note point—The veggies are not visible in the picture of Dal Kadhi but they have been added to make the dish.

Friends do try the recipe at home. Share your comments and feedbacks. Have a great weekend everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!

 

 

 

 

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Hi! I am Abha Jha and I welcome you all heartily to my blog. Cooking has been my passion for the better part of my life. I was brought up knowing the traditional Indian style of cooking from my ancestral home. I wish to pass on this treasure trove of delightful, easy and yummy recipes to foodies and budding chefs alike. I also love experimenting with food and discovering world cuisine. I wish to keep discovering amazing new recipe's and showcasing them with the world.

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