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A quick Dhal

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A quick Dhal

Post by Westy »

Ready for tonight’s curry ..
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A curry can never be ‘too garlicky’ or ‘too hot’ .....

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Re: A quick Dhal

Post by pauly »

Looks good Westy, what type of lentils are they, are they channa ?

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Re: A quick Dhal

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No Pauly, they’re red split lentils or ‘masoor Dhal’ ... no pre-soak and you can add salt from the ‘off’, so more tasty in my opinion.
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Re: A quick Dhal

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Looks good, Westy. I presume this is from your recipe? Any changes to the recipe? Are the black bits wild onion seeds (kalonji)? Maybe from panch phoran?
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Re: A quick Dhal

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Yes, my simple Dhal, any of the bits in there will be the Panch Phoran or finely chopped coriander from the freezer - which makes it darken. Very difficult to source fresh coriander here so when I can I buy a kilogram or so and freeze it.
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