Spinach & Masoor Dal-Pressure Cooker#MultiCookerMonday

Palak With Red Masoor Dal nutritious, healthy, wholesome and packed with protein and fiber.  It's very delicious and tasty.  Usually this is made with tur dal/pigeon pea, but, do try this with red lentil and you will love it.  This is made in the pressure cooker so it quick  to make.

Ingredients 
1/2 Cup Masoor Dal/Red Lentil
2 Green chillies - slit
1 Teaspoon Level Ginger Garlic paste
3/4 Teaspoon Level Sea Salt or to taste
1 Small Onion -chopped
1 Medium Tomato -chopped
21/2 Cups Water

1 Bundle Palak / Spinach Leaves

For the Tadka  
2 Tablespoon Oil
1 Teaspoon Mustard Seed
1/2 Teaspoon Cumin seed
2 Whole Dried Red Chillies
1 Tablespoon Bottle Masala
A Sprig Curry Leaves

Method 
Wash the  palak  leaves well. Remove the stems and take only the leaves. Keep it aside in a colander to drain the excess water.

Blanch the spinach and blend it with an immersion blender. Keep aside. 

Wash the masoor dal. In a pressure pan add the dal, onion, green chillies, tomatoes,  salt and 2 cups water.  Cover with a lid and on high flame take one whistle.  Reduce the flame to low and keep it for 5 -7 minutes.  Switch off the flame and set it aside till the cooker cools. 
When it cools  open the cooker and add the palak,  give it a good mix, taste for salt and dal consistency, add the remaining water and if necessary add more.  Keep it again on low flame to simmer for 5 - 7 minutes, stirring it in between.  
For the Tadka   
In a small pan heat oil mustard  and cumin seeds, when they crackle add the dried red chillies,  curry leaves and give it stir.   Switch off the flame and wait for a minute.  Now add a tablespoon of bottle masala. 
Pour the prepared dal in a serving bowl and add the tadka and serve.  
Enjoy this with boiled/steamed rice.

Labels :  Dal, Masoor dal, Palak Leaves, Pressure Cooker, Healthy, Main course, Multicooker Monday,  Vegan, Gluten free, East Indian

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Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.

7 comments:

  1. We love spicy masoor dal! Next time I make it, I'm adding spinach. Thanks for the inspiration, Sneha!

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  2. Love the flavor profile and the addition of spinach to this dal.

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  3. Yummm! That looks so flavorful!

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  7. If you’re a cook and got through last year without bumping into people who couldn’t stop talking about their Instant Pots — or any of the other multifunctional electric perfect pressure cooker on the market (Breville and Cuisinart both make versions) — then you won’t have to wait much longer.

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