Moong And Masoor Dal Cutlets Or Yellow And Red Lentil Cutlets

Dal or lentil cutlets. Cutlets made of yellow and red lentil or moong and masoor dal.
A spicy delicious teatime snack with all the healthy ingredients.
I have fried the cutlets but you can also air fry or shallow fry the cutlets to make completely guilt free.

Yellow and red lentil, all the spices, paneer or cottage cheese, potatoes and a binding agent. Mix everything together and make your spicy and tasty evening snack. You can also make these round to make burgers. Choice is yours.
I have used powdered oats for binding but you can use bread crumbs, roasted chickpea flour or corn flour for binding. Use whatever you have.
If you want your cutlets more spicy, then use more chopped green chilli, red chilli powder or chilli flakes. I have used two green chilli and one red chilli. I have used fresh homemade paneer or cottage cheese. Get the recipe here.
I have served these cutlets with green chutney and tomato oambal or chutney.
You may like some more cutlets recipes on this blog.

1. Potato and barnyard millet cutlets

2. Mixed veg cutlets

3. Beetroot cutlets

For some more snacks with lentils and chickpeas click on the name below.

1. Dal corn paneer pakoda

2. Green gram Kabab

3. Oats black chickpea Kabab

This week’s 223 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Crunchy Munchy Dal suggested by our bloghop member and a very talented blogger Aruna who blog at Vasus Veg Kitchen.
Do visit her space for some amazing recipes. I specially love her different types of chutney recipes. Recently bookmarked her Khatta palak chutney to try.

Recipe is very simple yet delicious. If you have boiled dal or lentil, boiled potatoes and paneer or cottage cheese ready then you can make it in a jiffy. If you want to make it guilt free, shallow fry the cutlets or use your air fryer to fry the cutlets.

Recipe

Moong dal or yellow lentil – 1/2 cup

Masoor dal or red lentil – 1/2 cup

Potato – 2, boiled

Paneer or cottage cheese – 1/4 cup tightly packed

Ginger – 1 inch piece, grated

Green chilli – 3 – 4, chopped

Garlic paste – 1 teaspoon

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Chaat masala powder – 1 teaspoon

Freshly crushed black pepper powder – 1/2 teaspoon or to taste

Cilantro or coriander leaves – 1/2 cup, chopped

Oats powder – 4 tablespoon

Onion – 1 large, finely chopped

Water – 1 cup

Bread crumbs as require

Oil for frying

Method

1. Wash and pressure cook both the lentil with 1 cup water for 2 whistle. Let the pressure settle on it’s own.

2. Take out the dal or lentil in a bowl. Dal should be dried up completely. If not cook for a few more minutes.

3. Mash the paneer or cottage cheese.

4. Peel and mash the potatoes.

5. Add mashed paneer and potatoes in the boiled dal.

6. Add grated ginger, garlic paste, chopped onion, cilantro or coriander leaves, green chilli, cumin powder, chaat masala powder, salt, oats powder and freshly crushed black pepper. You can use black pepper powder instead of crushed pepper. I have used two green chilli and one red chilli.
Mix everything well.

7. Make medium sized balls and give them any shape of your choice.

8. Spread bread crumbs on a plate. Roll all the cutlets in bread crumbs. Cutlets should be coated with bread crumbs.

9. Heat sufficient oil in a pan or wok.
Fry the cutlets on low medium heat until golden brown.

10. Place the fried cutlets on a paper towel.

Serve hot with any sauce or chutney.

Notes

1. You can use bread crumbs, roasted chickpea flour or corn flour for binding instead of oats powder.
2. Chana dal or Bengal gram, whole masoor/black lentil or whole moong/green lentil can be used instead of yellow and red lentil.
3. Use green chilli according to your taste. You can also use more green chilli, red chilli or chilli flakes if you want your cutlets spicy.
4. You can add 1 teaspoon lemon juice or amchur/ mango powder in the cutlets.

5. You can shallow fry or air fry the cutlets instead of deep fry.

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Tomato Oambal Or Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney or oambal from Tripura cuisine. A sweet and slightly hot delicious chutney. You can enjoy it with any meal or snacks. Recipe is very simple to make. You don’t need much ingredients to make this chutney.
I have served it with lentil or dal cutlets.

Tripura is one of the North Eastern seven sisters states in India.

Tripuri cuisine is the type of food served in Tripura (situated in northeast India). The Tripuris are essentially nonvegetarians and hence the main courses are mainly prepared using meat, but with the addition of vegetables. Traditional Tripuri cuisine is known as Mui Borok. Tripuri food has a key ingredient called Berma (also called Shidal in Bengali), which is a small, oil-pasted and dry fermented fish. The foods are sometimes considered to be healthy as they are usually prepared without oil.
Source

You may like some more chutney recipes on this blog.

1. Ginger chutney

2. Mango sesame chutney

3. Date raisin jaggery chutney with mango bar

4. Waterchestnut chutney

5. Onion tomato chutney or dip

6. Mango raisin chutney

7. Peanut chutney or dip

This month in Shhhhh cooking Secretly
facebook group we are sharing different dishes from Tripura cuisine.
Shhh Cooking Secretly a group started by Priya of Priya’s Versatile Recipes, is where every month food bloggers are paired up and give each other 2 secret ingredients to cook with according to the theme chosen.
This month my partner is lovely Sasmita who blog at First Timer Cook.
I love her delicious, healthy and easy to make recipes.
Visit her space for different types of healthy and mouthwatering recipes. I have recently bookmarked her No oil lentil and peas soup to try.
Sasmita gave me mustard seeds and jaggery as secret ingredients. And I gave her pepper and tofu. She made delicious Kasoi Bwtwi with these ingredients. Check out the recipe on her blog.

This chutney is very easy to make. You need only jaggery, salt, raisins and lemon juice with mustard and chilli tempering. Simple yet tongue tickling chutney to pair with any dish. I love this tomato chutney, its similar to Bengali tomato chutney.

Recipe

Tomato – 4 medium, chopped

Dry red chilli – 3 – 4

Mustard seeds – 1/2 teaspoon

Salt to taste

Jaggery powder – 2 tablespoon

Raisin – 2 tablespoon

Lemon juice – 1 teaspoon

Oil – 1 teaspoon

Water – 1/4 cup

Method

1. Heat oil in a pan.

2. Add mustard seeds and dry red chilli.
When the seeds starts to splutter and chopped tomatoes and salt.

3. Saute till tomatoes becomes mushy.

4. Now add jaggery, raisins and water.
Cook till chutney or oambal becomes thick. Remove from heat.

5. Add lemon juice and mix well.
Serve with snacks or any meal.

Notes
1. Recipe adopted from here.
2.You can break the red chillies or use 2 – 3 more chilli to make the chutney hot.

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Mediterranean Green Lentil Soup

Mediterranean green lentil or sabut moong soup. Delicious, flavourful, filling and comfort bowl of this lentil soup is perfect for winter.
Flavour of different powder spices like cumin, cinnamon etc. and the goodness of power packed green lentil and carrots with drizzle of extra virgin olive oil made this soup nutritious and mouthwatering.

After green gram Kabab here is a soup with green gram or lentil or beans.
This lentil is packed With Healthy Nutrients.
Mung beans (Vigna radiata) are small, green beans that belong to the legume family.
Mung beans are incredibly versatile and typically eaten in salads, soups and stir-frys.
They’re high in nutrients and believed to aid many ailments.
Mung beans are rich in vitamins and minerals.
Mung beans are high in nutrients and antioxidants, which may provide health benefits.
In fact, they may protect against heat stroke, aid digestive health, promote weight loss and lower “bad” LDL cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
Since mung beans are healthy, delicious and versatile, consider incorporating them into your diet.
To read more about health benefits of green beans click here.

You may like some more green lentil recipes on this blog.

1. Oats soya green gram toast

2. Green moong idli

3. Egg dal tadka

4. Sprouts and oats pan fried cutlets

5. Sprouts and oats appe

6. Green gram veg Kabab

I have already shared three more lentil or dal soup on this blog. Click on the name below for recipe.

1. Lebanese lentil lemon soup

2. Red lentil soup

3. Green gram carrot spinach soup

Monday again and this week’s 222 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Mystique Mediterranean suggested by Archana who blog at The Mad Scientists Kitchen.
Archana is a very dear friend and a talented blogger. She has a vast collection of recipes. Visit her space for different types of delicious recipes. I have already bookmarked her Ridge gourd chutney and Gobhi musallam to try.

According to Wikipedia Mediterranean cuisine is the foods and methods of preparation by people of the Mediterranean Basin region.
When Archana suggested the theme I was searching for a simple but comforting dish for winter. And loved this healthy and delicious recipe.
I have made little changes according to my taste and availability of the ingredients.
I have pressure cooked the lentil to make it quickly. But if you don’t want to use pressure cooker, you can make it in pan. After frying onion, garlic, ginger and carrots add the lentils and all the spices with salt. Mix and add 3 – 4 cup water. When it starts to rolling boil reduce the heat. Cover and cook on simmer for 40 – 45 minutes or till lentils becomes soft. Check in between and add more water if require.

You can also add chopped spinach in the soup.

Recipe

Green lentil or sabut moong – 1/2 cup

Carrot – 2

Onion – 2 medium, chopped

Garlic – 2 – 3 cloves, minced

Ginger – 1/2 inch piece, grated

Tomato – 4 medium, chopped

Cilantro or coriander leaves – handful, chopped

Salt to taste

Extra virgin olive oil – 2 tablespoon + to drizzle

Turmeric powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 1 teaspoon

Black pepper powder – 1/2 teaspoon or to taste

Red chilli powder – 1 teaspoon

Cinnamon powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Lemon juice – 1 tablespoon or to taste

Water – 3 & 1/2 cup

Method

1. Soak the lentil in sufficient water for 15 minutes.

2. Rinse well and pressure cook with 2 cup water, salt and turmeric powder. After 1 whistle reduce the heat. Cook on simmer for 10 – 15 minutes or until lentils becomes soft. Let the pressure settle down on it’s own.

3. Wash, peel and chop the carrots into small cubes.

4. Crush or grind the tomatoes.

5. Heat olive oil in a pan. Add chopped onions and fry till translucent.

6. Add minced garlic and grated ginger. Saute till onion becomes brown.

7. Add chopped carrots and saute for 2 minutes.

8. Add crushed or ground tomatoes, all the spice powder and salt. Add salt carefully, we have added salt in lentil also.

9. Saute till everything dried up.
Add boiled lentils and mix well.

10. Add 1 & 1/2 cup water and let it boil. When it starts to rolling boil, reduce the heat. Cover and cook on simmer for 10 minutes. Taste and adjust salt if require. You can add little more water if you want. But don’t make too runny.

11. Remove from heat. Add lemon juice and mix. You can add more lemon juice if you like your soup tangy.

12. Delicious lentil soup is ready. Drizzle olive oil. Garnish with cilantro or coriander leaves and lemon wedges. Serve hot.

Notes
1. Recipe adopted from here.
2. You can also use green chilli if you want your soup spicy.
3. If you don’t want pressure cook soak the lentil for 30 minutes and add after frying onion, garlic, carrots and toqmatoes. Add water as require. When it starts to rolling boil cover and cook on simmer for 40 – 45 minutes or till the lentil becomes soft.
4. Spinach can be used in the soup with carrots.
5. You can also use potato if you like.

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Green Gram Or Sabut Moong Kabab/Veg Kabab

Veg Kabab or green gram/sabut moong Kabab. You can call it veg galouti Kabab. Because texture of this Kabab is mouth melting. This lentil Kabab taste lipsmackingly delicious and made with all the nutritious ingredients.

Whole green gram or sabut moong dal, chana dal or Bengal gram, paneer or cottage cheese and all the whole spices with ginger garlic onion made these Kabab super yummy and aromatic.
You can use boiled and grated potato with lentils or dal if you wish. I have used bread crumbs for binding, but you can use oatmeal, semolina or suji, corn flour or any binding. Use whatever you have. To make it gluten free use oatmeal or oats powder.

I have already shared two more different Kabab recipes on this blog. Click on the name below for recipe.

1. Soya egg shami Kabab

2. Oats kala chana Kabab

I have serve these Kabab with ginger chutney.
You can serve with any chutney, dip or sauce.
You may like some more chutney recipes on this blog.

1. Ginger chutney or allam pachadi

2. Mango sesame chutney

3. Date raisin jaggery chutney with mango bar

4. Waterchestnut or singhara chutney

5. Onion tomato chutney or dip

6. Mango raisin chutney

7. Peanut chutney or dip

Sending this post to 221 #Foodiemonday bloghop. This week’s theme is Moong Magic suggested by Swaty Malik who blog at Food Trails.
Our bloghop member Swaty has a wonderful blog. Do visit her blog for many mouthwatering recipes. She has a vast collection of festive dessert, soups, curries and many more. I am sure you will love her space.

Veg Kabab is very easy to make. You have to boil and grind the lentils with spices and fry with onions. Make a dough with very little binding. For soft mouth melting Kabab don’t use more than 2 tablespoon binding. You can use green chilli according to your spice tolerance. You can also add more garlic if you like.

Recipe

Sabut moong dal or whole green gram – 1 cup

Chana dal or Bengal gram – 1/2 cup

Paneer or cottage cheese – 1 cup, grated

Ginger – 1 inch piece

Garlic – 6 -7 cloves or to taste

Green cardamom – 2

Cinnamon – 1 inch piece

Cloves – 3

Water- 1&1/2 cup

Onion – 2 chopped

Green chilli – 3 – 4 or to taste, chopped

Cilantro or coriander leaves – handful, chopped

Salt to taste

Cumin powder -1 teaspoon

Black pepper powder – 1 teaspoon

Chaat masala powder – teaspoon

Bread crumbs – 2 tablespoon

Oil – 2 tablespoon + to shallow fry

Method

1. Soak the green gram or sabut moong dal and chana dal in sufficient water for overnight.

2. Rinse and pressure cook the dal with chopped ginger, garlic, green cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and salt for 3 – 4 whistle or after 1 whistle reduce the heat and cook on simmer for 10 minutes. Let the pressure settle down on it’s own.

3. Grind the dal or lentils. Grate or mash the paneer or cottage cheese.

4. Heat oil and add chopped onion and green chilli.

5. Fry until onion starts to change it’s colour. Add mashed or grated paneer or cottage cheese. Mix well.

6. Now add ground dal or lentils, cilantro or coriander leaves, salt, cumin powder, chaat masala powder, black pepper powder. Mix well. Saute till the mixture dried up completely.

7. Remove from heat and let it cool down.

8. Taste and add more salt if require. Add bread crumb and mix. Don’t add too much binding. For mouth melting kabab dough should be soft.

9. Make medium sized balls. You can make 18 – 20 balls.

10. Flatten the balls with your palm. Make all the patties like this.

11. Shallow fry the patties with little oil.
Serve hot with any chutney or sauce.

Notes

1. Use chilli according to your taste.

2. You can add more garlic if you like.

3. Ots powder, semolina, corn flour or any binding can be used instead of breadcrumb. To make gluten free use oats.

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Karela Or Bitter Gourd Dopyaza

Karela or bitter gourd dopyaza.
Bitter gourd or karela with lots of onion and tomato. Onion and tomato reduced the bitterness of karela. A dry curry not thick gravy like mutton or chicken dopyaza.

Normally we make dopyaza with chicken or mutton. Or you can make dopyaza with paneer or cottage cheese, bhindi or any vegetable. And dopyaza usually made with thick spicy gravy. But this time I made dopyaza with karela and made it dry. After marinating with salt, rinsed and squeezed karela automatically reduces it’s bitterness. And lots of onion also reduced the bitterness so if you don’t like the bitterness of karela, you will definitely enjoy the taste of this karela dopyaza.
You may like three more karela recipes on this blog.

1. Sukto

2. Bitter gourd with tomato

3. Gujarati bitter gourd stir fry

This week 220 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Gourds Are Beautiful suggested by me. Yes this week its my turn to suggest the theme and I have suggested two themes. #1 make anything using any gourd, #2 one pot rice dish. Everyone voted for gourds. And we all bloghop members presenting recipes of different types of gourds.

I have used sliced onion and cubed onions. You can also use whole shallot instead of cubed onions. For sourness I have used 2 teaspoon amchur or dry mango powder. You can use more or less according to your taste. You can also use tamarind paste instead of mango powder.

Recipe

Karela or bitter gourd – 3 medium

Small onions – 5, cubed

Onion – 1 large, sliced

Tomato – 3 medium

Ginger paste – 1/2 teaspoon

Garlic paste – 1 teaspoon

Oil – 3 tablespoon

Salt to taste

Turmeric powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 2 teaspoon

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Garam masala powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Kashmiri red chilli powder – 1/2 teaspoon

Amchur or dry mango powder – 2 teaspoon

Method

1. Discard the both ends of bitter gourd. Lengthwise make half. Chop into thin slices.

2. Rinse and drain the water. Marinate with 1 teaspoon salt and keep aside 15 – 20 minutes.

3. Wash the bitter gourd again. Wash 3 – 4 times and squeeze well.

4. Grind the tomatoes.

5. Heat oil in a pan. Add sliced onion.
When the onion becomes translucent add garlic and ginger paste. Fry till onion becomes light brown.

6. Now add bitter gourd and fry for 4 – 5 minutes.

7. Add cubed onions, salt, cumin powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, garam masala powder and kashmiri red chilli powder. Saute for 3 – 4 minutes.

8. Add ground tomatoes and mix well. When it starts to boil reduce the heat. Cover and cook on simmer for 15 minutes. Stir in between.

9. Now remove the cover and cook on high heat till dried up. Keep starting.
When bitter gourd or karela dried up remove from heat.

10. Garnish with cilantro or coriander leaves and onion rings. Serve with steamed rice or Indian flat bread.

Notes
1. Shallot can be used instead of cubed onions.
2. You can use tamarind paste instead of amchur. Use amchur or tamarind paste according to your taste.

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Chatpata Gobhi Or Spicy Cauliflower Stir Fry

Chatpata gobhi or spicy cauliflower stir fry.
Quick and easy to make no onion garlic cauliflower dry curry.
Try and enjoy a completely different taste. I love South Indian tadka and as well as our Bengali spices. So here is a humble winter vegetable cauliflower in a new taste.
Tempering with mustard seeds, cumin, curry leaves and Bengali bhaja moshla
made this cauliflower aromatic and lipsmacking. You don’t need to add water in this dry cauliflower sabji. A perfect side dish goes well with any bread or rice dishes.

You may like three more cauliflower recipes on this blog.

1. Cauliflower with ginger

2. Cauliflower with coconut and poppy seeds

3. Fulkopir paturi or cauliflower with poppy seeds and mustard

This week our 219 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is winter veggie affair suggested by lovely Sasmita who blog at First Timer Cook. Sasmita is a very talented blogger. I love her all the recipes, specially authentic dishes. Recently bookmarked her rose flavored kaju katli to try.

Recipe is very simple. If you have bhaja moshla or ground roasted spices ready then you can make it in a jiffy.

Recipe

Cauliflower – 1 medium

Green peas – 1/4 cup, frozen or boiled

Bengal gram or chana dal – 1/4 cup

Sweet corn – 1/4 cup, boiled

Curry leaves – 8 – 10

Rai or mustard seeds – 1/2 teaspoon

Cumin seeds – 1 teaspoon

Dry red chilli – 1

Hing or asafoetida – 1/4 teaspoon

Oil – 2 – 3 tablespoon

Grated ginger – 1 teaspoon

Grated coconut – 2 heaped tablespoon + to garnish

Green chilli – 2, chopped

Tomato – 2 small, chopped

Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 1 teaspoon

Turmeric powder – 1/4 teaspoon

Bhaja moshla or roasted mixed spice powder – 1 teaspoon

Salt to taste

Cilantro or coriander leaves – handful, chopped

Ginger julienne to garnish

Method

1. Cut the cauliflower into small florets.
Pour sufficient hot water over the cauliflower florets and mix 1/2 teaspoon salt and let it cool down. Drain the water and keep aside.

2. Pressure cook rinsed chana dal or Bengal gram with water for 1 whistle. Reduce the heat and cook on simmer for 15 – 20 minutes. Let the pressure settle down on it’s own. Drain the water and keep aside.

3. Heat oil in a pan. I have used mustard oil but you can use any oil of your choice.

4. Add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, dry red chilli, hing or asafoetida and curry leaves.

5. When the seeds starts to crackle add grated ginger and chopped green chilli.
Stir and add cauliflower florets. Fry for a minute.

6. Add chopped cilantro or coriander leaves, chopped tomatoes, salt, cumin powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder and grated coconut. Mix well.

7. Cover and cook on low heat until the cauliflower becomes soft. Stir in between.

8. Add sweet corn, green peas and boiled chana dal. Mix well.

9. Cook for 7 – 8 minutes more on low heat. Keep stirring to avoid sticking at the bottom. Taste and adjust the seasoning.

10. Increase the heat add bhaja moshla or roasted and ground mixed spices mix and remove from heat. Get the bhaja moshla recipe here.

11. Garnish with grated coconut,curry leaves and ginger julienne. You can also use chopped cilantro or coriander leaves to garnish.
Serve with paratha, roti or Indian flat bread, naan, fried rice, pulao, jeera rice, dal chawal or any bread.

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Coconut Barfi Or Fudge

Happy Diwali everyone . May happiness and prosperity fill your life. Have a joyous and bright Diwali.

I am back after a short break. Sharing a delicious and easy to make sweet to brighten your festival. Make it to serve your guests and enjoy the heavenly taste.

Barfi made with fresh coconut, thickened milk, milk powder, little sugar, milk and cardamom. You can also use rose essence or rose water if you like the flavour.

You can use khoya or mawa but this time I didn’t dried up the milk completely. Boiled the milk on simmer till milk becomes thickened but pouring consistency, just like rabdi.

Fresh coconut is best for this barfi. Grate the coconut or simply cut the peeled coconut in small pieces and grind.

You may like some more festive dessert recipes on this blog.

Collection of sweets

Recipe

Coconut – 1

Thickened milk- 3/4 cup

Milk powder- 1/2 cup

Sugar- 3 tablespoon

Milk- 1/4 cup

Cardamom powder- 1 teaspoon

Pistachios to sprinkle

Ghee or clarified butter for greasing the plate.

Method

1. Peel and grate the coconut or cut into small pieces.

2. Grind the coconut with thickened milk and sugar. Add 1/4 cup milk for easy grinding. Make a smooth paste.

3. Grease a plate with ghee or clarified butter and keep aside.

4. Heat a pan or wok. Add the ground mixture.

5. Cook on low heat. Stir constantly to avoid sticking to the bottom.

6. When the mixture about to dried up add milk powder and mix well.

7. When the mixture leaves the sides remove from heat.

8. Add cardamom powder and mix well. You can also add 1/4 teaspoon rose essence or rose water if you like the flavour .

9. Pour the mixture on greased plate. Press with a spatula and sprinkle chopped pistachios.

10. Cut with a knife into your desired shape when still warm.

11. Keep in cool place for an hour to set.
Your barfi is ready. Enjoy the divine taste.
Have a safe and prosperous Diwali.

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