Serves 1-2, Serves 2-3
Dal Kichdi & Urulai Roast Combo Kit
₹191.00 – ₹254.00
- Oil with ghee
- Coriander, Green Chilli & Curry Leaves
- Rice & Moong Dal
- Paste (Salt Added)
- Flour (salt added)
- Spices & Curry Leaves
Note: Oil provided is suggested for optimal taste. You may alter the amount of oil according to your requirements.
Pre-Prep: Wash coriander, green chilli & curry leaves. Slit green chilli.
- Wash Rice & Moong Dal and soak it in water (For every 1 cup of rice & dhal add 4 to 4.5 cups of water)
- Heat oil with ghee in a pressure cooker (2 litres or above) between medium and high heat (flame) for 1 minute.
- Add jeera, green chilli & curry Leaves and leave the cooker undisturbed for 20 seconds.
- Add paste, coriander and sauté for 2 minutes (Sprinkle some water if paste sticks to the bottom)
- Add soaked rice and dal with water to the mixture.
- Mix it, check the taste and add salt accordingly.
- Close the lid, put the weight (whistle)
- Keep in medium to high heat (flame) and allow to cook for 5 to 7 whistles.
- Turn off the stove and leave it until the pressure releases automatically.
- Open the lid and mix gently before serving.
Note: : Oil provided is suggested for optimal taste.
You may alter the amount of oil according to your requirements.
- Add potatoes to pressure cooker (2 litres or above) and add 1.5 to 2 cups
(350 to 400ml) of water.
- Close the lid, put the whistle and pressure cook for 2 whistles on high heat.
- Turn off the stove. Let the pressure release automatically.
- Open the lid, drain the water completely, transfer the potatoes to a plate or
bowl. Allow to cool down under the fan for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Once cooled, spread the flour evenly over the potatoes and mix gently.
- Heat oil in a tawa on medium heat for 1 minute.
- Add spices and curry leaves. Leave it undisturbed for 30 seconds.
- Add potatoes to the tawa and gently keep turning them over consistently (every 1 to 2 minutes) to ensure even crisping and roasting of the potatoes.
Keep doing this until you get the desired result. (Max: 8 to 10 minutes)