Jul 18, 2013

Dal Moong With Satpura- Sindhi Cuisine



Today I cook “Dal Moong with Satpura” from Sindhi Cuisine, this recipe is adapted from Vaishali’s blog Ribbon’s to Pasta’s. Satpura is Indian flatbread or layered paratha, Sat means seven and Pura means layered which cooked as parathas. Dal moong is combination of two types of moong, one is yellow gram and second is green split grams which cooked separately and assemble together in one bowl. Garnish with spices, onion and chutney.


Wiki says “Sindhi cuisine refers to the native cuisine of the Sindhi people from Sindh, Pakistan. The daily food in most Sindhi households consists of wheat-based flat-bread (phulka) and rice accompanied by two dishes; one is gravy and second dry. Today, Sindhi food is eaten in many countries including India, where a sizeable number of Sindhis migrated following the Partition of British India.”

Soaking Time: 2 Hours
Preparation Time:  15 Minutes
Cooking Time: 30 Minutes
Serving: 2 Persons
Category: Sindhi Cuisine
Recipe source: Vaishali

Ingredients:
For Dal
1/4 Cup Yellow Gram
1/4 Cup Green Gram
Salt to taste
1/2 Tsp. Turmeric Powder

Other Ingredients
Chopped Onion
Chopped Green Coriander

For Spices (As per taste)
Garam Masala
Red Chili Powder
Raw Mango Powder

For Tempering
1 Tsp. Cumin Seeds
1/2 Tbsp. Clarifying Butter

For Satpura
Wheat Flour Dough
Ghee
Salt
Turmeric Powder
Red Chili Powder

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Direction:
For Yellow Dal
Wash and Soak the yellow dal in water for two hours.
Boil this dal with salt and turmeric powder and water till to 3-4 whistles.
Blend it with spatula for little mashy and keep aside.

For Green Dal
Wash and soak the green dal in water for two hours.
Boil this dal with water, salt and turmeric powder till to 2 whistles in separate utensil.
Blend it with spatula for little mashy and in thick consistency and keep aside.

For Cumin Tempering
Heat the ghee and add cumin seed till to crackle.

How to Assemble Dal
In large bowl, first place the green moong layer and second yellow moong layer.
Sprinkle spices according to taste and add cumin tempering.
Garnish with green chutney, Amchoor chutney and chopped onion.
Sprinkle chopped fresh green coriander. Serve hot with satpura.

For Satpura
First prepare the stiff dough with water and wheat flour as chapatti dough.
Take the big portion of dough and roll it using rolling pin.
Grease ghee/ clarifying butter. Sprinkle turmeric, salt and red chili powder.
Cut the round disc in strips vertically using sharp knife.
Put these strips one on top of the other and combine together as round form.
Apply little dry flour and roll again in round form.
Heat the griddle/ tawa and cook from both side with little ghee till to golden.
Serve hot satpura with moong dal.

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22 comments:

  1. Looks super yumm.Will try someday.Thanks.
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  2. Liked it!!! Comfort food for me :)

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  3. Very very temtping daal, superb pics too...

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  4. delicious awesome and interesting recipe.

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  5. nice combination of both together...love the way its tempered

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  6. Very yummy and good combo dear... Love it...

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  7. WOW .....looks super tempting :)
    Loved the colour of the dish !!

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  8. lovely and delicious combo, Preeti !

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  9. The pictures have come out so well...looks like you were able to replicate the same combo so well...

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  10. redspected Preetiji
    good morning.
    a joy to read now your recipies.
    i am in love with foods.
    read it.
    liked it.
    loved it.
    its Great.
    if i make it...Combination one : i shall follow you totally.
    combination 2 : i shall also add spicy tomato spicy chutney, as third item..
    combination 3 : i shall add JEERAMAN, a sort of mixed spicy salt which normally i purchase from Indore. Would do some research for you and write down soon :the likely ingredients.
    regards.
    :)

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  11. Wonderful job with daal moong...glad you tried it...looks great.,,...n of course thanks for trying Preeti.

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  12. Dal and satpura both makes me hungry, wonderful combo..

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  13. What an authentic and traditional dish.. good one..

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  14. Looks super delicious Preeti! i wanted to make this, but could not make it. Will try it soon. Your pictures are making it too tempting to try!

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  15. Looks absolutely inviting Preethi..

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  16. am learning so many dishes from you!!! absolutely delicious!!
    Sowmya

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