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Toor Dal Curry with Spinach (Toor Palak Dal)

Toor Dal Curry with Spinach (Toor Palak Dal) and I've even got the lentils in the pantry

from FatFree Vegan Kitchen

Kale and Toor Dal

kale + toor dal. The recipe doesn't have any salt in it, so be sure to add salt! I thought it tasted fine, though I wasn't a big fan of the kale and dal combo.

from Vegan Richa

Mango Dal - Easy Toor Dal Soup with Mango

Indian Mango Dal. Toor Dal with unripe or ripe mango and 6 ingredients. Easy 1 pot soup or side. Use other lentils or veggies for variation. Vegan Indian Dhal Recipe Gluten-free #Soyfree with Bengali Veggies |


Dal Fry is a very delicious, irresisitable and a popular North Indian dish prepared using split yellow lentil / toor dal, onion, garlic cloves, tomatoes and spices. This dish is vegan and gluten free and tastes the best when served with Jeera Rice, Flatbread / Naan or any Indian bread.

from Spice up the Curry

Toor dal recipe | Arhar dal

Toor dal recipe or arhar ki dal – split pigeon peas are cooked Punjabi style. Boiled tuvar dal is cooked with onion, tomato and spices and topped with butter.

from Spice up the Curry

Gujarati dal

Gujarati Dal Toor dal (Pigeon peas) – ½ cup Peanuts – 1 tablespoon Water – 1 cup Other ingredients – Water – 2 cups Red chili powder – ½ teaspoon Turmeric powder – ¼ teaspoon Tomato – ¼ cup, chopped Green chili – 1, slit Ginger paste – ½ teaspoon Jaggery – 1 tablespoon **Notes Salt – to taste Lemon juice – 1 tablespoon **Notes Cilantro – (Tadka) – Oil – rai Cumin seeds – ¼ t (Methi dana) – 6-7 Clove – 1 Cinnamon Bay leaf – 1 Dried red chili – 1, Curry leaves – 5-6 (Hing) –

from EatingWell

Indian Mango Dal

Indian Mango Dal - Yellow lentils (toor dal) and mango are cooked in a more traditionally Southern India style—more souplike. Both ripe and underripe mango will work: less-ripe mango imparts a tart flavor and holds its shape, while riper mango breaks down more during cooking and gives the dish a sweeter taste. Serve over basmati rice or with roasted chicken.