Feeling 💙😥🤧🤒💙 Made dhal baazi because I was craving it, and once I cooked it, I just have the energy to eat it 😩. Recipe below ⬇️ Daal/lentil baaZi (I used green 💚lentils)
One bowl of dhal (I soaked a 1 full cereal bowl)
2 medium onions (sliced thin)
5-6 garlic cloves. (Chopped)
6-7 dried red chillies (more if you want)
1 tsp whole mustard seeds (this is optional. I use mustard seeds a lot )
While dhal is soaking. Heat up around two (curry spoons) of oil. Add the chillies, and garlic. (If you use the mustard seeds add that before anything else and wait till they pop)
Once garlic starting to brown add the onions and salt (to taste) heat on medium high. When onions have softened slightly add HALDI (1tsp) CHILLI (1tsp) CURRY POWDER (depending on how hot your curry powder is 1tsp or less if hot)
Fry onions for about 1-2 on medium heat cover for about 2 mins on low heat.
drain dhal, add to onions and stir fry the dhal high heat for around 2-3 mins.
Lower heat and cover for about 10 mins. (Mix occasionally )
And it should be done. If you want you can add some water half a cup should be ok. Add lots of fresh coriander and chopped tomatoes before serving and that's it. #ritaskitchen #baazi #lentil #notfeelingwell #sotired #hightemp #drained #overworked #exhausted #missinghubby #instagramfood #instafoodie #foodography #foodpicsdaily #foodogram #bengalicooking @bangladeshifoods #bengalifood