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    Who loves Dal?!

    Just had some re-heated Dal from last night, and that sh!t is good! Just simple Urad Dal and green lentils with a bit of turmeric, salt, garam masala and butter, topped with a tadka of onions, cumin, and a crap-load of jalapeno all over basmati. Stuff is GOOOD!

    So i gotta ask, who here likes to get their dal on?

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    Haha as my parents are both from Bangladesh, Dal is a staple for us. I get Dal withdrawal if I don't have it from time to time! In college I made it once for my roommates and now they each make it on their own at least a couple times a week (psh, addicts). They put it on everything, Dal sandwich was one of their favorites

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    Never had it, but sounds right up my alley.

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    Love it, usually make extra with the intention of it lasting a few days but always eat it all as soon as it's ready and then lie on the sofa in a food coma

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    I love Dal. My favorite is moong (mung) dal with paneer.

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    That's going down this week. Good idea!

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    One of the things I love but never make. I need to get into the kitchen more often...

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    I saw this and at first I thought you were talking about me.

    I have never heard of Dal, could someone enlighten me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by macmiddlebrooks View Post
    Never had it, but sounds right up my alley.
    +1. At least, I don't think I've had it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    I have never heard of Dal, could someone enlighten me?
    Indian split peas. Usually in a stew, or in a curry over rice, like this feller mentions.


    Does anyone know of any good traditional grains(other than rice) that is common for this kind of Indian dish?

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