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This Khatti Meethi Dal / Sweet and Sour Lentil Soup is easy, wholesome, and fast to cook. Enjoy it with crispy papad (Poppadum) or toasted bread. Or turn it into a comfort meal with rice, a side dish and papad.

This Khatti Meethi Dal / Sweet and Sour Lentil Soup is easy, wholesome, and fast to cook. Enjoy it with crispy papad (Poppadum) or toasted bread. Or turn it into a comfort meal with rice, a side dish and papad.

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Toor Dal Curry with Spinach (Toor Palak Dal) {vegan}

Toor Dal Curry with Spinach (Toor Palak Dal) {vegan}

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Vegetable Stew with lentils and vegetables -- spiced with peppercorns.

Vegetable Stew with lentils and vegetables -- spiced with peppercorns.

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Indian Toor Dal - perfect vegetarian dish that is so homely and comforting.

Indian Toor Dal - perfect vegetarian dish that is so homely and comforting.

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Bisibelabath - South Indian rice with vegetables,  and lentils.

Bisibelabath - South Indian rice with vegetables, and lentils.

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The evergreen Sambar recipe for tiffin items!

The evergreen Sambar recipe for tiffin items!

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A healthy garlic flavored lentil soup made in the slow cooker. Perfect for the weeknight.

A healthy garlic flavored lentil soup made in the slow cooker. Perfect for the weeknight.

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Tomato Dal – Seasoned Lentils with Tomatoes. The ultimate comfort food.

Tomato Dal – Seasoned Lentils with Tomatoes. The ultimate comfort food.

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Toor Dal and Green Bean and Pea Poriyal. A vegetarian delight served with spiced up rice.

Toor Dal and Green Bean and Pea Poriyal. A vegetarian delight served with spiced up rice.

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Mystery Masala Series - Sambhar Cum Rasam Powder

Mystery Masala Series - Sambhar Cum Rasam Powder

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Bele saaru is the Kannadiga version of South Indian Sambhar with a sweet twist because of addition of jaggery.

Bele saaru is the Kannadiga version of South Indian Sambhar with a sweet twist because of addition of jaggery.

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