When a crisp ajwain flavored pakwaan is dunked in a bowl of creamy delicious daal it creates all kinds of mushy sentiments Try this for your Sunday brunch Ingredients for Dal 1 cup chana dal 2 green chillies slitted 1 2 tsp garam masala powder 1 4 tsp haldi turmeric powder salt Ingredients for tempering 1 1 2 tbsp ghee 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 4 tsp asafoetida hing 1 tsp red chilli powder Ingredients for Pakwan 2 cups maida all purpose flour 1 tsp ajwain carrom seeds 2 tbsp oil water to knead salt Oil to deep fry For garnish and serving Chopped onions as needed Tamarind date chutney as needed Coriander leaves Green chutney Method 1 Soak the chana dal for 4 to 5 hours 2 Pressure Cook the dal with slitted green chillies turmeric and salt 3 Cook for 2 to 3 whistles or slow cooked until the dal is cooked well but not mushy 4 Once done release the pressure add garam masala powder and keep aside 5 Heat ghee or oil in a pan once hot add hing asafoetida then add jeera and red chilli powder 6 Pour the tadka tempering on the dal 7 Drizzle tamarind date chutney add some chopped coriander leaves and chopped onions 8 The Dal is ready to serve For Pakwan 1 In a bowl mix flour maida salt ajwain oil and water to a semi soft dough 2 Cover with a cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes 3 Then divide into balls and roll out each ball into a puri round disc 4 inch diameter 4 Prick holes with fork or knife so that the pakwan puri doesn t puff up while frying 5 Heat oil in a kadhai pan 6 Fry the pakwan until crisp and light golden brown 7 Remove it on a absorbent paper 8 Serve Pakwan with Dal 9 You can break the pakwan or serve it like a chat too 10 Pour the prepared dal chopped onions some date and tamarind chutney and serve

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When a crisp, ajwain flavored pakwaan is dunked in a bowl of creamy, delicious daal it creates all kinds of mushy sentiments. Try this for your Sunday brunch!

Ingredients for Dal

1 cup chana dal
2 green chillies slitted
1/2 tsp garam masala powder
1/4 tsp haldi/turmeric powder
salt

Ingredients for tempering
1 1/2 tbsp ghee
1 tsp cumin seeds
1/4 tsp asafoetida/hing
1 tsp red chilli powder

Ingredients for Pakwan
2 cups maida/all purpose flour
1 tsp ajwain/carrom seeds
2 tbsp oil
water to knead.
salt
Oil to deep fry

For garnish and serving
Chopped onions as needed
Tamarind date chutney as needed
Coriander leaves
Green chutney

Method

1. Soak the chana dal for 4 to 5 hours.
2. Pressure Cook the dal with slitted green chillies, turmeric and salt
3. Cook for 2 to 3 whistles or slow cooked until the dal is cooked well but not mushy.
4. Once done, release the pressure add garam masala powder and keep aside.
5. Heat ghee or oil in a pan ,once hot add hing/asafoetida then add jeera and red chilli powder
6. Pour the tadka/tempering on the dal.
7. Drizzle tamarind date chutney, add some chopped coriander leaves and chopped onions.
8. The Dal is ready to serve.

For Pakwan

1. In a bowl mix flour/maida salt ajwain, oil and water to a semi soft dough.
2. Cover with a cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes.
3. Then divide into balls and roll out each ball into a puri/round disc 4 inch diameter.
4. Prick holes with fork or knife so that the pakwan/puri doesn't puff up while frying.
5. Heat oil in a kadhai/pan
6. Fry the pakwan until crisp and light golden brown.
7. Remove it on a absorbent paper.
8. Serve Pakwan with Dal
9. You can break the pakwan or serve it like a chat too.
10. Pour the prepared dal, chopped onions some date and tamarind chutney and serve.

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When a crisp, ajwain flavored pakwaan is dunked in a bowl of creamy, delicious daal it creates all kinds of mushy sentiments. Try this for your Sunday brunch! Ingredients for Dal 1 cup chana dal 2 green chillies slitted 1/2 tsp garam masala powder 1/4 tsp haldi/turmeric powder salt Ingredients for tempering 1 1/2 tbsp ghee 1 tsp cumin seeds 1/4 tsp asafoetida/hing 1 tsp red chilli powder Ingredients for Pakwan 2 cups maida/all purpose flour 1 tsp ajwain/carrom seeds 2 tbsp oil water to knead. salt Oil to deep fry For garnish and serving Chopped onions as needed Tamarind date chutney as needed Coriander leaves Green chutney Method 1. Soak the chana dal for 4 to 5 hours. 2. Pressure Cook the dal with slitted green chillies, turmeric and salt 3. Cook for 2 to 3 whistles or slow cooked until the dal is cooked well but not mushy. 4. Once done, release the pressure add garam masala powder and keep aside. 5. Heat ghee or oil in a pan ,once hot add hing/asafoetida then add jeera and red chilli powder 6. Pour the tadka/tempering on the dal. 7. Drizzle tamarind date chutney, add some chopped coriander leaves and chopped onions. 8. The Dal is ready to serve. For Pakwan 1. In a bowl mix flour/maida salt ajwain, oil and water to a semi soft dough. 2. Cover with a cloth and keep aside for 30 minutes. 3. Then divide into balls and roll out each ball into a puri/round disc 4 inch diameter. 4. Prick holes with fork or knife so that the pakwan/puri doesn't puff up while frying. 5. Heat oil in a kadhai/pan 6. Fry the pakwan until crisp and light golden brown. 7. Remove it on a absorbent paper. 8. Serve Pakwan with Dal 9. You can break the pakwan or serve it like a chat too. 10. Pour the prepared dal, chopped onions some date and tamarind chutney and serve. #DalPakwan #Pakwan #SindhiDish #ChanaDal #WeekendBinge #HomemadeFood #FoodLover #Foodie #recipeofinstragram #recipes #recipe #recipeoftheday #recipeshare #easyrecipes #healthyrecipes #recipeideas #recipesharing #quickrecipes #foodism #homechefs #homechefs_india #recipeoftheweek #recipechallenge #recipetotry #trythisrecipe #foodismxyz

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