Wednesday, September 15, 2010

YRTML V - Minty Peas soup & Maa Choleyaan' di Daal

 The sheer pleasure of getting to know a variety of recipes and cooking them from my blogger friends is just pure bliss. I cannot thank enough all of you out there who whip such amazing delicacies in your kitchens & feed your family, day-in and day-out. There is nothing that beats a hot-home-cooked-meal made with lots of love. Isn't it! :)

Here are two recipes being featured on YRTML this week. Enjoy.

Minty Peas Soup


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It was one such phase, where we both were totally into Soups & Salads, of every kind. That is when, I tried Sala's Fresh Pea & Mint soup. In my recipe, I substituted fresh peas with frozen ones. The soup was very refreshing to the palate, in a way acted a de-tox from our usual carb-loaded dinner. Yummy.!

Maa Choleyaan' di Daal


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 Richa aptly describes this dal as 'Punjab di Shaan'. It has been a while that I made this, but I still remember its vivid taste,  the compliments from my office colleagues when I took for lunch. Primarily made with Urad dal and channa dal, it tastes heavenly when served on a bed of rice or some roti on the side. C'mon even Nupur couldn't resist herself from making it. It is that good. :)

11 comments :

  1. Oh Richa's dal is such a favorite in my home- and each time I thank her mentally for it :) Glad you tried it too!!

    Loving this series by the way :)

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  2. Woww wat a comforting bowl of droolworthy soup..dal looks wholesome..

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  3. I have to try this Punjabi dal now. I read about it on Nupur's blog and now here. And the minty peas soup is sounding good since we still have a little bit of summer left.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by to say hello, Siri.
    I'm fine- just seem to have lost all interest in blogging. :)
    How have you been?

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  5. Wholesome dal for hot phulkas. Wow I like this combination. Thank you for posting this recipe.

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  6. delicious lovely pictures
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