Masoor Dal Dosa

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 4 People

Masoor dal or split red lentil is a rich source of vitamin A, C and E. These vitamins are essential for maintaining healthy eyesight and vision. Regular consumption of masoor dal protects against eye defects and disorders such as cataract and muscle degradation. This is a no ferment dosa recipe and best suited for breakfast. My family loved it and I am sure everyone would fall in love with these golden crisp delicious dosas.

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Kashmiri Pulav

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Kashmiri pulao is a delicious variant of rice pulao from Kashmiri cuisine made with nuts, dried fruits, saffron and fresh fruits. This pulav is very aromatic one pot dish which can be easily made using a pressure cooker. While saffron gives a mild golden colour, other spices give an excellent aroma. Try this recipe for any special occasion.

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Chana Dal Pulav

Cooks in: 30 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Chana Dal pulav is also known as vrat ka pulav/Kichdi or Shagun Pulav as it is prepared without onion and garlic. Navratri is approaching and many fast during this time and samak/samai/little millet is widely used during that time. I have used sendha namak for this recipe but normal salt can also be used. Try this simple yet tasty pulav recipe during Navaratri.

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Bagala Baath

Cooks in: 20 Minutes Serves: 2 People

Semiya Bagala baath is a delicacy which is prepared with vermicelli and curd. Purattasi month starts from tomorrow and it is considered very auspicious for Sriman Narayanan or Perumal. Different varieties of Prasad are offered to him and one of the easiest and tasty dish is Bagala Baath. It can be prepared either with semiya or rice. In this recipe I have used millet vermicelli. Try this recipe for the upcoming Purattasi/Bhadrapad month.

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