As the local jargon goes, has eating dhal become a real ‘parippuwa’!! In a country where ‘rice and curry’ is on every ones daily menu, the ‘Dhal’ vegetable is usually prepared in the same way, every time.
Its common taste and look makes it a boring accompaniment. Though an important component as a ‘white/kirata curry’, it goes unnoticed and is often over looked. Knorr has come to the rescue and is on an exciting culinary revolution to introduce 7 unique ways of experiencing the wholesome goodness of this surprisingly versatile lentil. Try these new recipes and taste the difference.
The egg and vegetables in this recipe add nutritional value plus taste and texture. It is excellent in an Astra sandwich or as an accompaniment for rice and noodles. View recipe
This unusual combination goes really well with some fluffy Basmati rice or with flour based items like bread, parata, naan and roti. View recipe
No more ordinary rottis for breakfast and dinner. This tasty option is super healthy too. Dhal is known to be high in protein but low in fat making it a vey nutritious meal. It can be enjoyed with a meat curry or just as is. View recipe
Don’t we all love a dish with a ‘kick’ to it? This recipe provides just that. Similar to a traditional ‘thel dhala’, this can be eaten with bread or rice. As it does not include coconut milk, it can be stored in the fridge for some time. View recipe