Dal is comfort food. We all find it easy and simple to prepare. And if there is no side dish, the best way to serve dal is with paratha and some simple yet zingy salad, and a meal for a busy weekday or at the end of a tiring weekday is ready. Achari paratha is the favourite paratha of my family because it bursts with all those pickley flavors. It is super simple to make achari masala paratha with the achari masala in hand. Whole dals are far more nutritious than the slit and skinned ones. Sabut moong dal has been made absolutely spicy and savoury so that it can be included in the diet more often. And the dhaba style lachcha pyaaz takes care of the rest. Do try this combination, you will like it.
What is Achari paratha? Shallow fried Indian flatbread bursting with flavors of mustard seeds, fennel seeds, onion seeds and many more is achari paratha. Achaar is a very accompaniment of Indian food. Anything boring can be pepped up and for many foodies, it is an indispensable part of the...View Recipe
What is Sabut Moong Dal? I love to make dals and I hate to write their posts because I am very poor with the English names of dals. Anyways, sabut moong dal is whole moong beans cooked with simple and basic ingredients still makes flavorful p...View Recipe
What is Onion Salad? Crunchy and tangy onion, which can jazz up any simple meal, is onion salad. Onion salad is the complimentary salad served at most of the dhabas in North India. The meal could consist of dal/gravies/parathas. but when it is combined with the sharp and savory onion salad...View Recipe