Few years back whenI was working, I had been to Nagpur for an audit,my station manager had bought a parcel for lunch from a small dhaba very famous for its amul butter Dal…minimal spices but amazing taste….served with crisp tandoori roti and brown rice….
A few days back I saw a reel by one of the food blogger about this Dal from Param da dhaba in Nagpur and I was immediately tempted to try it out… This recipe is from how he is making it in that video.
Trust me you will fall in love with these simple flavours….do give it a try.
1/2 cup Toor Dal
1/2 up Chana Dal.
50 gms Amul Butter.
1 tsp Jeera.
1 Onions chopped.
2 tsp Chilli powder
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder.
1/4 cup Coriander Leaves chopped.
Salt to taste.
Wash and cook dal with water for upto 6 whistles. Let the pressure release naturally,open the cooker and mash the dal well.keep aside.
In a large, heat Amul butter add jeera and onion, sauté on high flame for a min, nowadd chilli powder, mix well.
Add the cooked dal with salt and mix well.
Add chopped coriander along with tomatoes and bring it to boil.
Let it simmer for 7 to 8 minutes on slow flame.
Remove in a serving bowl, top up with chopped coriander leaves and little amul butter.
Serve hot with roti or rice of your choice.