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Monday, 9 November 2009



Flour : 500 gm
White Refined Oil
Chana Dal :1cup.
Matar Dal : 1cup
Ginger 2 inches
Red Chilly Powder: 1tsp
Dry fried jeera, dhaniya, mouri and black pepper-(coarsely powdered)
Green chillies: 6
Asafoetida (Hing) : a little
Salt and sugar to taste.
Mustard oil : 1tsp
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Soak the two kinds of Dal in water for at least 6 hours. Place the soaked dal in a
grinder along with ginger and green chillies and make a fine paste - be careful ! Do not add too much water. Add the Asafoetida (Hing), salt and sugar. Take a pan, grease it with mustard oil and heat it. Now put the dal paste into the heated pan and stir continuously with a spatula in medium heat till the mixture gets dried till the required consistency. Transfer the mixture to a flat metallic plate and pat it down with your palms till it forms a cake about half inch thick. Sprinkle the dry fried masala powder along with red chilly powder. Keep aside and let it stand for 10 minutes. Make small balls from the dal mashup.

In the meantime, make the dough with flour along with a pinch of Asafoetida (Hing) salt and white oil with requisite amount of water to make it very soft. Cover with a wet cloth for one hour. Make balls from the dough for the parathas and stuff each ball with the dal mashup. Roll the balls in your palm, then flatten with a rolling pin to produce the requisite circular shape. Heat the tawa and pan-fry the DALPURIS till golden brown.

Serve hot with /Alur Dum/Ghugney/Pickle

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Roshmi Sinha said...

Thanks a bunch for sharing this recipe. It is one of my favourite... but didn't know the procedure. Until now, that is.

Please tell us how to make 'ghugny'...

SGD said...

Dalpuri-Alur Dom!!! Aaah bliss....

Ushnish Ghosh said...

Darun..ei 50: 50 mator and chhola-r dal funda ta jana chhilona..thanks for sharing