Punj Rattani Dal: Recipe. Punj Rattani Dal: Recipe. Punj Rattani Dal- Punj Rattani Dal, "Dal of Five Jewels", is a dal fit for a feast, made of 5 different pulses - chana dal (split chickpea), toor dal (split pigeon pea), sabut moong (whole mung bean), sabut urad (black gram) and sabut masoor (whole red lentil). The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes: Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Dal Makhani- is a rich Punjabi dal of urad gram (also known as whole urad beans or black lentils) and rajma (red kidney beans), rather than the split lentils or peas used for most dals. The name literally means “buttery dal”. Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal. Phaanu – This rich, creamy vegan dal recipe works perfectly as an Indian main dish. ...
Peas Bhaji (Pattal Bhaji or Tonak) Recipe. Peas Bhaji (Pattal Bhaji or Tonak) Recipe. Peas Bhaji (Pattal Bhaji or Tonak) - This dal is a fantastic lentil dish with rich spices. It goes great with basmati rice and is simple and easy to make. The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes: Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Dal Makhani- is a rich Punjabi dal of urad gram (also known as whole urad beans or black lentils) and rajma (red kidney beans), rather than the split lentils or peas used for most dals. The name literally means “buttery dal”. Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal. Phaanu – This rich, creamy vegan dal recipe works perfectly as an Indian main dish. How To Make Peas Bhaji (Pattal Bhaji or Tonak): Serves 4 (with rice or flatbr...
Phaanu: Rich, Creamy Vegan Dal Recipe. Phaanu: Rich, Creamy Vegan Dal Recipe. Phaanu – This rich, creamy vegan dal recipe works perfectly as an Indian main dish. The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes. Starting with this Sultani Dal recipes: Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Dal Makhani- is a rich Punjabi dal of urad gram (also known as whole urad beans or black lentils) and rajma (red kidney beans), rather than the split lentils or peas used for most dals. The name literally means “buttery dal”. Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal. How To Make Phaanu: Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 cup gahat or kulath (horse gram) 1/2 cup oil (preferably mustard oil) 5 cloves of garlic 1/2 inch ginger 1 tsp jakhiya or cumin 1/4 tsp asafoetida ...
Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal. Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal. The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes. Starting with this Sultani Dal recipes: Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Dal Makhani- is a rich Punjabi dal of urad gram (also known as whole urad beans or black lentils) and rajma (red kidney beans), rather than the split lentils or peas used for most dals. The name literally means “buttery dal”. Jenny Chandler, author of the superb recipe book Pulse, created this recipe for Hodmedod's British-grown split yellow peas. Dal Saag - Split Yellow Pea And Spinach Dal- A variant on classic chana dal, this can be served as part of an Indian feast or eaten for a comforting simple supper with some flatbread or rice. Soa...
Dal Makhani: The British Dal Festival Recipe Ideas. The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes. Starting with this Sultani Dal recipe: Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. Dal Makhani- is a rich Punjabi dal of urad gram (also known as whole urad beans or black lentils) and rajma (red kidney beans), rather than the split lentils or peas used for most dals. The name literally means “buttery dal”. How To Make Dal Makhani: Serves 4 Ingredients: 1/2 cup (100g) Urad Gram (Whole Urad Beans / Black Lentils) 2 tbsp (25g) Rajma (Whole Red Kidney Beans) Salt to taste 1 tsp Red Chilli Powder 2 in Ginger, chopped 3 tbsp Butter 1 tbsp Oil 1 tsp Cumin Seeds 6 cloves Garlic, chopped 1 large Onion, chopped 2 Green Chillies, split 2 medium Tomatoes 1...
Sultani Dal: The British Dal Festival Recipe Ideas. The British Dal Festival kicks off on the 10th February 2019 in celebration of the first ever United Nations World Pulse day. To honour the humble pulse, I thought you might like some dal recipes. Starting today with this Sultani Dal recipe. Sultani Dal - A classic Indian dish, dal goes as well with hot chapatis as it does with plain boiled rice. How To Make Sultani Dal: Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 cup soaked toovar (arhar) dal 1/2 cup milk 1/2 cup curds (dahi) 1/2 cup cream 1 tsp cumin seeds (jeera) 5 cloves (laung / lavang) 2 chopped green chilies 1 tbsp chopped mint leaves 3 tbsp ghee salt to taste 1 charcoal What To Do: Combine the milk, cream and curd in a bowl, mix well and keep aside. Grind the cardamoms and cloves and keep aside. Boil the dal along with salt and chilli powder in 2 1/2 cups of water until soft and mash well. Place a small container on the dal and keep a live charcoal in it. Pour 1 t...
Ladybird Top And Strip Down Side Jeans. How sweet are ladybirds? Sweet when there is not too many though!!! Hello friends, happy Tuesday. How was Blue Monday for you? Hopefully not too bad? I had a nice run in the morning, caught up with some blog work midday and a lazy afternoon doing nothing. Having a holiday in Winter is not much fun when the Husband is at work and children at school though, is it!? I might have to go shopping tomorrow!! Ladybird Top And Strip Down Side Jeans. Yesterday's outfit was inspired by a trip to Bristol last year. I love these mid-wash slim blue jeans with white and red side stripe which I picked up from Zara in the Summer. This ladybird t-shirt is so sweet and comfy trainers are a must when going out and about. I also teamed this outfit up with a chunky knitted red cardigan to keep me nice and warm!! Ladybird Top And Strip Down Side Jeans. What I Wore: Top: Primark Jeans: Zara Shoes: New Balance Bag: T K Maxx Have you ever be...
New Fitness Plans: Just Do It. ( OR TRY YOUR BEST!:)) Good morning friends. Happy Monday. Today is also Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year 😟. I'm not going to let today be blue as I have two weeks holiday from work and today I started my new fitness plan. So I have plenty of time to exercise and plan healthier dinners and catch up on lots of jobs that need doing. New Fitness Plans: Just Do It: In the words of Nike " Just Do It." Today I started running again and plan to kick start it with a 2-week run streak to get me back into running again. Mollie and I ran 2 miles to the park and back. We took this photo when we got home and yep, she still looks fresh and I was out of breath!! All good though. My knees hurt a little on the way home with this extra weight I'm carrying but OK. My Fitbit died on me as the battery does not last long before needing charging. Grr typical as I wanted to do 10,000 steps today too. Any fun plans for today?...
My Top Ten Tips To Lose Weight In Your 40's And Beyond.  Some ideas that I have picked up along the way. When you reach your forties unless you are very lucky, you can easily start to gain weight. My weight fluctuates like a yo-yo since reaching 40. Then when you get to 45 you might have 2 decisions to make like I have: 1. Buy a whole new wardrobe of clothes (nice idea) that fit properly and comfortable. 2. Try and lose weight. (Perhaps also buy some new clothes!) Whichever decision you make it needs to be the right one for you. As it is how you feel but if you do want to lose a few pounds and make your favourite jeans fit again. Read on. My Top Ten Tips To Lose Weight In Your 40's And Beyond: 1.) Make Plans:  Do you want to lose weight? How much weight do you want to lose? Set a target. Write it down. You are much more likely to stick to a plan if you write it down and tell people about it. Be realistic though. Any weight you lose needs to be sensibly done. ...