Fried Dal Beans Curry (Paruppu Usili)
What you'll need
2 cups
Toor Dal
1 cup
Chana Dal
1 tbsp
3 Tbsp Moong Dal
1
Dry Red Chilli
1 tsp
Black Mustard Seeds
1 tsp
Orid Dal (pulses)
1 tsp
Chana Dal
Asafoetida
2 ladels
Gingelly Oil (Preferably)
1 Cup Green Beans
Soak 2 ladels of Toor Dal,1 ladel of Chana Dal & 1 tsp of Moong Dal for 15 mins!Add 1 dry red chilli
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Add salt to taste & asafoetida to the soaked pulses or lentils!
2
Boil the beans in a pressure cooker for 2 whistles! Add 1/4 tsp of salt & a pinch of turmeric & boil
3
Grind the pulses mix into a nice paste
4
Heat 2 ladels of oil,add 1 tsp mustard seeds,1 tsp toor dal,1 tsp chana dal & saute!
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Add the ground pulses paste until they separate
6
The ground pulses has separated! Add the boiled beans and mix well!
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Our Fried Dal Beans Curry is ready
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