Dal, Chawal and Fried Fish (Lentil, rice & Fried Fish)
Shabana A
Shabana A
£22.00
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Dal​,​ Chawal and Fried Fish (Lentil​,​ rice & Fried Fish)

Hosted by Shabana AhmedLondon ,uk

Saturday 20th March - 11:00


About this class

Dal is probably the most essential staple dish in Indian cuisine. And it’s one of the most magical and economical foods in the whole world. There are countless variations of Dal all across India. Every household has their favourite​,​ different regions use varying methods and spices​,​ sometimes it’s served as a meal​,​ sometimes as a side. This dal is the way I make it​,​ keeping it as simple with limited ingredients. Fish fry simply best as a side dish or even as a starter. South Indian fish fry is famous for its style and can be done with just minimal ingredients. It is an easy and simple fried fish recipe to make in just a few minute

What you will learn

How to make simple easy dal fry or taska also few tips on various version of dal Tips on fish masala Two methods of making rice. Tips on making Ginger​,​ garlic paste at home along with whole spices.

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Servings : 2 servings

For Dal Fry : 1 Cup : Toor Dal (Split Yellow Pigeon Peas) 1 medium : Onion 2 medium: Green chilies Water: As needed to boil the dal (2 cups ​/​ 3cups) 2 tbsp of cooking oil (vegetable ​/​ sunflower) Ghee : 2 tbsp for seasoning. ½ tsp: Mustard Chillies 2 medium :Dry red Chillies A pinch: Asafoetida 2 cloves of garlic Whole sprig of fresh curry leaves Few sprigs of fresh coriander For Rice 1 cup of Basmati rice 2 cups of water ½ salt For Fried Fish 2 Sea Bream: Fillet or sliced 1 tsp ginger garlic paste 1 tsp chilli powder 1​/​2 tsp turmeric powder 1​/​2 tsp salt 1 lemon

Equipment needed

Sauce Pan for dal and a small pan for seasoning dal Pressure cooker if you have not pre boiled the dal​/​ lentils Saucepan with lid for rice Bowl for mixing the marinade Frying pan for frying fish Apron Wisk to mix the dal Fish slice spatula Chopping board Spoons

Special instructions

Boiled Toor dal along with ½ tsp Turmeric powder till its soft and paste if you do not have pressure cooker. For those who have pressure cooker.

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    Shabana A

    Hello, I'm Shabana Ahmed.

    Born in Bombay, brought up in Bangalore Karnataka South India and currently living in London. Love to cook and feed people. Well travelled, sampled local delicacies. I…

    Born in Bombay, brought up in Bangalore Karnataka South India and currently living in London. Love to cook and feed people. Well travelled, sampled local delicacies. I…

    £22.00
    per screen