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Andhra Pappu

Paruppu(Dhal) in Andhra style

Category : Vegetarian, Curries
15 min
 
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  • Andhra Pappu

Andhra Pappu

Paruppu(Dhal) in Andhra style

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Andhra Pappu

Ingredients

Dhal(Parippu) - 200 gm
Garlic pods - 4 nos

DIRECTIONS

Step 1. Take dhal and pressure cook it for 10 mins(3 whistles).
Step 2. Heat some oil in a pan or a kadai.
Step 3. Fry the finely chopped onions, till it turns brown.
Step 4. Add the finely chopped tomatoes to it and cook on a low flame, until the tomatoes become a paste.
Step 5. Add garlic to it.
Step 6. Add the cooked dhal into this paste and pour 2 cups of water.
Step 7. Keep this mixture on low flame until it boils.
Step 8. Garnish with coriander leaves.
Step 9. Allow the curry to set for 10 mins.
Step 10. :- Serve with rice.
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Sajeesh

Curry leaves and red chillies can be put after the oil is heated before frying the onion

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good

good one

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rakesh

Good and easy to prepare. I used green chilly instead of red and it came out very well.

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Preetha

Hi, u havent mentioned when to use the curry leaves and red chillies.

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