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In this cooking video learn how to make this Pakistani recipe, moong ki fry daal, which is a fried lentil dish.
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How to Make Moong ki fry daal
Recipe for Moong ki daal or fry moong ki daal, for this daal you will need 1/2 a teaspoon of ginger garlic paste. One tomato, one cup of moong ki daal, one teaspoon of red chilli powder or how much you please. 1/2 a teaspoon of heldi or turmeric powder, salt to taste, some oil, 1/2 of onion, one teaspoon cirah. A few pinches of porsudu mente and coriander along with some chillies for garnishing.
We have soaked and strained the daal for one hour and chopped the onion and tomato. Now add some oil to the pan and we have heated it up a bit, we will add the cirah. And then the onions, we will fry the onions for around three to four minutes. And now that the edges are getting slightly brown we will add the red chilli, the heldi and the salt. Next add the ginger garlic paste and then the tomatoes.
Cover it up and keep it on the stove on a low fire for five to seven minutes until the tomatoes have softened up. After around four to five minutes, we can see that the oil has come on top and the tomato have diffused into the masala. So we will add some water and for one cup of daal, we will add 1/2 cup of boiling water to the mixture. Check the salt and we are going to add some and then add the daal.
Next add the meti, the coriander and the chilli, stir it around and we will keep it on slow fire for 1- minutes or andam. After 10 minutes, check the daal, if it is not cooked, you can add one or two tablespoons of water until it is cooked. But I will just cook it right now, so we will serve it, you Moong ki daal or fry moong ki daal is ready to be.