Dal – Vegetable Curry

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By the end of the week i’ll be having too little of all the veggies in my fridge. Where I can’t use any single vegetable to make any dish. So Dal-vegetable curry is the one dish I make at least  once a week. This is one way to finish off all the veggies and go shopping for fresh vegetables.

I usually add split moong dal with veggies, reason being its cooks faster and my toddler can digest well. Once in a while I use Channa dal for this dish. Dal- veggi curry with wheat-flour Chapathi is nutritious and complete satisfying meal.

So here is the recipe.

  • Veggies I used are carrot, capsicum/green bell pepper,zucchini, green beans, tomato, onion,peas and potato(All together it was about 2 cups of veggies).
  • I used 1 cup of split moong dal with this veggies.

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Spices I used

Red chilli powder  1tsp

Curry powder      1tsp

Turmeric            1/2 tsp

Tamarind           1/2 tsp

Jaggery             1tsp.

* Can add garam masal instead of curry powder. I usually add jaggery where ever I use Tamarind it balances the tangyness .

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Also need 2 tsp of oil and mustard seed for seasoning.

Method:

  • Heat oil on medium heat, when hot add mustard seed .
  • Once mustard starts to pop add all the veggies. Wash moongdal in water and add this to veggies.
  • Add little salt mix well cover and cook untill veggies are half done.
  • Now add all the spices mix well add enough water to get medium consistancy.
  • Cover and cook for another 10min or untill veggies and dal is cooked .
  • Adjust salt per taste.

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Now its ready enjoy ! Have a nice weekend Everyone…

22 Responses to “Dal – Vegetable Curry”

  1. vineela Says:

    Hi madhu,
    Healthy recipe.We do make pesalapappu with veggies but all in one dal is good for health.
    Thanks for sharing dear.PHOTOS are beautiful.
    Vineela

  2. menutoday Says:

    Hi Ruchi,
    Healthy and simple recipe.
    I too make this dish once a week.
    Clear pictures, thanks for sharing.

  3. krithika Says:

    Nutritious and delicious. I bet it tastes great with rotis. Thanks for sharing

  4. sudha vinodh Says:

    A real simple recipe madhu..gonna try this soon..Thanks for sharing..

  5. Deepa Says:

    Nice and healthy recipe, I used to make this a lot at one point of time.

  6. sudha Says:

    Nice and helathy way to get rid of all vegetables. Never try this before. Thankyou

  7. prema Says:

    Hi Madhu,
    A very nutritious recipe. I have never tried moondal with vegetables before. BTW the pics in ur blog are wonderful. thanks for sharing a good healthy recipe

  8. Puspha Says:

    Very colourful!!

  9. Asha Says:

    When I looked at the picture ,at first I thought it’s Bisibele Bhath ,got excited.. Then I saw the Chapati …. I must try this recipe, photo itself looks good enough to eat !!

  10. Swapna Says:

    Hi Madhu,

    I happened to see your blog accidentally and i really love it, am from Bangalore though originally from Kerala.

    I love Karnataka food. All your recipes look yum and the photos are very tempting……

    I would appreciate if u can post authentic recipe for the bisibele bath powder, I know you need a special spice called marathi moggu.

    Keep posting more recipes.

    Swapna

  11. Swapna Says:

    Hi Madhu,

    What do you mean by curry powder that you use in your recipes?

    Swapna

    Hi Swapna,

           Welcome to my blog. Sure will post besebele bath and powder some day. And about the curry powder, I have used sambar powder. You can also use the  curry powder  you get in Indian stores. Thanks.

  12. Aruna Says:

    Hi Madhu,

    IThe picture was so appealing that I had to try it out & I totally loved it. Looking forward for more authentic Kannada recipes from you.

    Thanks,
    Aruna

  13. Vidya Says:

    Nice pics! You have’nt mentioned the usage of tamarind in the recipe

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    so many healthy recipes to choose from on the internet:,”

  15. Wall Hooks Says:

    when i cook at home, i always make sure that i only cook healthy recipes because i don’t want to get fat *.”

  16. gangotri Says:

    this preparation is a very popular Odia Dish. it will be more healthy if you use papaya n taro in it try with toor dal….:)

  17. sue gamaliel Says:

    Can you use lemon juice instead or do without no sourness?

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