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Urad Dal tadka Dhaba Style

Masala urad dal is set up with natural ground flavors and tastes indeed tasty and super scrumptious. Making lentils or dal has dependably been a saver for me, with regards to time and endeavors. When you are in no mindset of cooking excessively extravagant dishes or searching for some essential suppers then making dal is a decent choice for you. I regularly incorporate dals in my meals, particularly for dinner.
Meals at my house are inadequate without the dal. Along these lines, today I have a simple to make masala urad formula for all of you. Attempt to follow this method for making Masala urad dal at your home with these simple guidelines and I am confident everybody will savor eating it without a doubt. Enjoy!
The preparation time for this recipe is 10 minutes. And the cooking time hardly takes only 30 minutes. The measurements mentioned in this recipe will help to serve two people or 2 servings for a single individual.

Ingredients:
•    Urad Dal - 100gm
•    Green Chilli – 2
•    Butter – 50 gm
•    Salt - 1/2tsp
•    Turmeric Powder - 1/4th tsp
•    Vegetable Oil - 2tsp
•    Cumin Powder - 1/2 tsp
•    Tomato – 1 Small size finely chopped
•    Coriander Powder - 1/2tsp
•    Finely chopped Garlic - 6-8pcs
•    Coriander Leaves - 2tsp

Instructions
•   Roast the urad daal for 5 min in medium flame.
• Wash the urad dal under running chilly water till water runs clear. Put the soaked dal in the Pressure  cooker. Include some water.
•    Add turmeric powder, red chili powder, and salt.
•    Stir with the spoon.
•    Cover the pressure cooker, put the weight on. Turn the heat to medium. Cook it for 3-4 whistles till the urad dal is cooked. Let the pressure reduce on its own and then open the cooker.
•    Now warm the oil in a dish on medium fire. Sprinkle some salt. Be watchful while adding salt, since we as of now added salt while pressure is cooking the dal.
•    Add  garlic and green chilies.
•    Stir and sauté for a moment or till the raw odor of garlic.
•    Add chopped tomatoes.
•    Mix well and cook.
•    Cook till tomatoes are delicate and marginally soft.
•    Add cooked dal and 1 and 1/2 cups of water. Confirm the water amount according to your enjoying dal consistency.
•    Mix well and let it go to a stew.
•    Simmer the dal on medium-low heat for 5-7 minutes. Do mix in the middle to ensure that dal is not sticking to the base of the container.
•    Then include butter.
•    Let the butter melt. 
•    Mix well.
•    Turn off the stove.

Serving idea:

Served alongside Tandoori Roti or Laccha Parathas, this smoky and exceptionally flavourful dal is an absolute necessity on the off chance that you are going to a Dhaba. In any case, on the off chance that you are not, then this formula will bring you down the world of fond memories with an exceptionally commonplace taste of Dhaba ka Khaana.
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