Amba dal Recipe
Are you a mango maniac?
This recipe is the best Amba dal recipe, which is made of raw mangoes,
A cumin, green chilies, or red chilies and is topped with mustard seeds or cumin seeds.
Normally some say it is CHutney; some say it is Salad, but it is the best sauce-like preparation that can be used with any recipe.
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This meal is best for mango lovers and serves guests as a snack. It is a Maharashtrian dish.
It's a quick and easy salad, usually made in the summer. Maharashtrian food has a subtle texture and a strong flavor and is much lighter than spices.
Amba Dal Chutney
Green mango comes in various flavors ranging from sour to sour-sweet. Choose the one that suits your preferences best.
Amba Dal Salad
It is served with dal rice, coriander, or bread, perhaps a banana or a mango leaf.
Try it with channa extracts, coconut, cucumber, carrot and mango, chana dal, mango, vegetables, and white peas.
- Lentils: two cups, soaked for 5 hours or overnight
- One green raw mango,
- One green pepper, or as per your taste
- 0.5 - 1 teaspoon sugar
- 2 Tblspn ground coconut
- 2 Tblspn coriander leaves: diced
- Salt, red chili
- 1 Tblspn ghee
- 0.5 tablespoons of brown mustard
- 0.5 teaspoons of cumin
- Squeezed asparagus (optional)
- 8 - 10 curry leaves
- Two dried Indian peppers
Peel and squash the grated mango and simmer for seven to eight minutes
Grind the lentil and green chili using a mixer, processor, or spice grinder. Then add mango.
Add the coriander leaves and coconut.
To make a tadka, add ghee and mustard seeds. Add the cumin, dried pepper, and turmeric powder when they pop.
Then pour the ghee over the mango-lentil mixture, as per your desire. Mix well.
Allow it to rest for 10 - 20 minutes to create flavors, serve, and enjoy.
Before tadka is added, lightly fry the paste with flour and ghee.
For another set, beat the lentils thoroughly with a pestle.
The storage and composition of your food depend on the mango, your creator, and your grater. So, relax if your food looks different from the photos.
It will still taste divine!