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Urad and Chana Dal Mixed

Urad and chana dal mixed
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The Urad Chana Dal Dhaba style lentil mix also called the Maa (Maah) Chole ki dal, is a delicious protein-rich, vegan and gluten-free Indian lentil recipe made with split black gram (Urad Dal) and split Bengal gram (Chana Dal).

It is a flavorful, fragrant, delightful main course dish served with rice, roti, or paratha, or it can also be enjoyed as a hot thick, nutritious soup. 

The exotic, delicious soupy aromatic Urad and Chana Dal lentil mix recipe presents a warm and flavorful combination of lentils cooked in a balanced combination of spices to transform your idea of a bowl of lentil curry forever. 

Basic Information 

Chana and urad dal recipe is an everyday lentil mix served with roti, salad and raita, loved by most North Indian households. If you have eaten food in Gurudwaras or Langars, you must have tasted a comparable low-spice version. 

Taste, Texture, Nutrients And Other Details 

Chana and urad dal recipe is made with a combination of lentils and 100% pure herbs. Herbs are cooked first to release the gorgeous aroma and flavours, and boiled lentils are added to the preparation. 

  • It appears reddish-brown-black if prepared with tomatoes and red chilli powder. The recipe's colour comes from the herbs used in the curry powder or the garam masala and the colour of the lentils.
  • It has no artificial colours, tastes or preservatives. 
  • It is savoury and high on the satiety index. 
  • It is rich in proteins and minerals. 
  • One can order Urad and Chana Dal mixed with roti, rice, raita and salad.

About Urad and Chana Dal mixed

In Indian cuisine, whole and grounded lentils are extensively used to prepare numerous dishes and confectionaries. For example, the Urad Chana dal recipe in Punjabi is called" maa choliyan di dal." 'Maa' or 'Maah 'can be translated as Black Gram or Urad Dal, and choli is translated as Bengal gram (Chana dal).

Many delicious Indian Dal recipes mix two or more different varieties of lentils. For example, the Rajasthani Panchmel Dal and Gujarati Trevti Dal use an amalgamation of five or more different locally grown lentils. 

The Punjabi split Urad Dal recipe is one finer example of a flavorful lentil recipe that combines two different variants tempered with minimum spices.

However, depending on the local preparation standards and preferences, a fair amount of other ingredients like onion, ginger, garlic and green chillies are used. As a result, the Dal has a thick texture and a slightly sweet taste. 


Restaurant Urad and Chana Dal mixed

Restaurants prepare the  Urad and Chana Dal mixed into a medium consistency variation, often made with locally grown (or available) fresh lentils cooked in traditional style cookware for hours to get a rapid simmer on low heat to achieve a tender lentil texture.

For tempering, chopped tomatoes, green chillies, and herbs are added to the lentil mix; usually, the dish is garnished with chopped coriander leaves and served with steamed rice, roti and salad.


Homemade Urad and Chana Dal mixed

The Mixed Urad dal recipe is moderately spiced and is perfect for everyday meals though it is also suitable for special occasions and family get-togethers.

At home, one can prepare this healthy Urad Dal and Chana Dal recipe by pressure cooking lentils on low heat to get a delicious, smooth, light, moderately spiced, and balanced nutty flavoured soft texture that is tempered in aromatic onions and tomatoes to get a blended variant of smooth lentil mix curry.


How To Serve?

Urad and Chana Dal mixed is often served with roti, paratha, steamed rice, naan bread, simple salad raita, or any rice you like. 


Food Allergy 

If you suffer from food allergies, please let us know, and we will substitute the ingredient with a better option. Every care is taken to avoid cross-contamination while preparing an order.

Food served may contain some of the 14 allergens listed – Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Cereals containing Gluten, Soya / Soy, Milk, Molluscs, Sulphur Dioxide (Sulphites), Mustard, Lupin (EU Common), Eggs, Celery, Crustaceans and Fish. 


Food allergy
If you suffer from a food allergy or intolerance, please let us know immediately. Ingredients can occasionally be substituted or changed so please review the allergy details available for you. Every care is taken to avoid any cross contamination when processing an order. Food served may contain some of the 14 Allergens listed: Peanuts, Nuts, Sesame, Cereals containing Gluten, Milk, Soy/Soya, Molluscs, Sulphur Dioxide (Sulphites), Mustard, Celery, Lupin (EU common), Eggs., Crustaceans & Fish.

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