The first recipe I decided to try in my learning how to cook adventure is an Indian dish called Daal Masoor. It is a lentil based dish that is easy to make and tastes so good!
The generous women at Jaswant’s Kitchen offered me a great Indian spice starter kit to try. I was apprehensive as I can not cook! Along with amazing spices and lentils, the kit comes with recipes cards that have BIG colour photos! I need to see a photo of the finished product when I cook. I need to see what the dish is supposed to look like 🙂
Here is the recipe for the Daal Masoor that I made. It is delicious and so easy. I haven’t eaten a lot of Indian food in my life so I am not used to the spices. I used 2 tsps. of Tadka Masala instead of the recommended 1 tbsp. and I used 1/8 tsp of Garam Masala instead of the suggested 1/4 tsp.
Here is a photo of my dish. I am very proud! (P.S I am not a good photographer but the soup tasted YUMMY!).
RATING (5 being the best):
- Easy to make (time involved to make, prep time etc.) 5/5
- Easy to follow instructions 5/5
- Taste 5/5
- Will I make it again? 5/5
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