Blog Posts - Dal



RIDGE GOURD AND SPLIT GREEN GRAM DAL (MOONG DAL)

INGREDIENTS1 cup moong dal2 cups ridge gourd , peeled and cut into small pieces1 potato peeled and cut into small pieces.(optional)½  tea spoon turmeric powder.2 table spoon grated coconut5-6 green chillies cut into small pieces2 onions chopped...
by MALINIS DELIGHTS on Jan 26, 2013

Chow Chow Dal Recipe

Chayote, chow chow or as known as Bengaluru katharikkai (brinjal) in tamil is one of those veggie which makes rare appearance at home.  And most of the time I make this simple dal, though the recipe is easy but this dal taste very delicious. &nb...
by Indian Khana on Jan 7, 2013

Openings: DAL – “POWDER of LIGHT” @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery

After meeting up with DALeast & his wife and fellow street artist Faith47 during Basel Week Miami, we would be remiss to not mention his concurrent and current showing at Jonathan LeVine Gallery. POWDER of LIGHT ends this weekend at the New York...
by Arrested Motion on Dec 27, 2012

Rewind: Dec 17 – Dec 23

With the return of the Rewind article, our first since Basel Week Miami, it only seems appropriate that the featured video is from Art Basel. The footage follows chairman and president of the Calder Foundation, Alexander S.C. Rower, as he explains tw...
by Arrested Motion on Dec 22, 2012

Basel Week Miami ’12 / Update: DALeast

With Basel Week Miami just around the corner, street and graffiti artists have been busying themselves the last several weeks on murals and walls throughout the area. One of those in town is the South Africa-based DAL who hasn't hesitated to get up s...
by Arrested Motion on Dec 1, 2012

Streets: World Roundup (Nov 19 – Nov 25)

This week's look at public art around the world is headlined by this new piece (source) from Case (aka Andreas von Chrzanowski) in Frankfurt, Germany. Painted at the construction site for the future European Central Bank headquarters, the MaClaim cr...
by Arrested Motion on Nov 28, 2012

Moong Dal Tadka Recipe

Today I’m posting simple dal takda recipe which can be done in jiffy in the most easy way.  It’s similar to my tindora dal where I add everything, pressure cook and then give a simple tadka.   Though this dal very easy to prepare b...
by Indian Khana on Nov 26, 2012

Muttakos Kootu | Cabbage Kootu Recipe

Cabbage Kootu is one of favorite recipe because it’s very simple to make and taste wonderful with sambar, rasam or with any dal tadka or I like to eat with just plain steamed rice too.  The fact that DH also like this kootu very much makes my...
by Indian Khana on Nov 23, 2012

Tindora Dal | Kundru Dal Recipe

It’s been so long I posted any dal recipe to think of it I hardly have any daal recipe in my blog it’s not that we don’t eat any dal or lentils infact that’s part of our diet everyday – day and night.  It’s just that I think everyone kno...
by Indian Khana on Sep 25, 2012

Dal Fry - Lentils Curry - Yellow Pigeon Pea & Split Chickpea Curry

Dal (Lentils) is an undisputed staple ingredients of Indian cuisine. Its rich protein content makes it immensely popular option for vegetarians. There are many varieties to prepare Dal but for this post I would like to share my Dal Fry recipe.&n...
by ShwetaintheKitchen on Sep 1, 2012

Red Lentil Dal Comfort

Red Lentil Dal Makes approximately 6 to 8 servings 2 cups water 1 1/2 cups red lentils, rinsed and picked over for debris 1 medium onion, finely chopped 1 can (28 ounces) whole tomatoes 1 green... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website...
by La Fuji Mama on Aug 22, 2012

Repubblica Siciliana: volantini burla o sondaggio in incognito?

Alcuni cittadini catanesi hanno trovato in questi giorni uno strano malloppo di fotocopie formato A3 con un oscuro testo, probabilmente un manoscritto, e nessun riferimento sull’autore (vero o presunto) dei volantini, tranne una firma: Giuseppe...
by Io parlo quanto mi pare!!! on Aug 9, 2012

Some Gorgeous Mehndi Designs

Some Gorgeous Mehndi Designs Mehndi Festival has its own importance in a marriage ceremony of specially... more »...
by funsouls on Aug 8, 2012

Maa Chole Ki Dal (Yellow Gram & Split Black Lentils Curry)

Maa Chole ki Dal is a curry dish made from combination of two lentils - Chana Dal (yellow Gram) & split black urad dal (black lentils). Its a popular north indian dish & tastes great with Rice/Roti/Indian bread of your choice.  Enjoy th...
by ShwetaintheKitchen on Aug 7, 2012

Streets: World Roundup (July 30 – Aug 5)

Leading things off for this week's roundup of public art around the world is this new piece from ROA in New York (photo by Luna Park). Other work worth noting comes from Ericailcane & Hitnes - Mexico (source), Sam3 - Italy, M-City - Poland, FRM &...
by Arrested Motion on Aug 4, 2012

Streets: Wall Therapy Festival (Part I) – DALeast

Last week, the South Africa-based DALeast sent over photos of a new mural he painted up in Rochester, New York for the Wall Therapy Festival. Held from July 20-28, the urban beautification project will also feature artists like Case, ROA, How ...
by Arrested Motion on Jul 30, 2012

Dal Chenchki: Red Lentils with Pearl Onion

  Today we have another easy and everyday kind of dal recipe. Red lentils are lightly seasoned with the fragrant nigella and cooked with the cute little pearl onions.         We cook red lentils quite often; a few time a we...
by eCurry on Jun 12, 2012

Streets: World Roundup (May 14 – May 20)

We start our roundup off this week with a tribute mural for Maurice Sendak from the PDB crew on Melrose in Los Angeles, You can see more photos on  Melrose & Fairfax for those who want a closer look. Other walls worth looking include pieces from...
by Arrested Motion on May 19, 2012

Streets: World Roundup (May 7 – May 13)

For our summary of walls this week, we have for you as our featured wall – REYES in Detroit. The motor city has become one of the hotspots for street activity recently as the tanking economy has ironically led to more abandoned buildings facili...
by Arrested Motion on May 13, 2012


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