Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Black Urad Dal Kanji Recipe/Karuppu Ullundhu Kanji Recipe/ கருப்பு உளுந்து கஞ்சி/Black Urad Dal Kanji with step by step photos & Video in English & Tamil

Black Urad Dal Kanji/Karuppu Ullundhu Kanji is a super healthy and traditional recipe of South India – Tamil Nadu. Black Urad Dal is one of the richest source of Proteins and Vitamin B. It is loaded with iron, folic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium and other minerals. Karuppu Ullundhu is an excellent source of dietary fiber, improves digestion and protects heart. Black Urad Dal helps improves bone health, reduces the pain and inflammation, strengthens the nervous system, good for skin and hair, boosts bone mineral density. It is diuretic in nature and there by prevents kidney stones. Do try out this delicious and healthy Black Urad Dal Kanji/Karuppu Ullundhu Kanji and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and healthy Black Urad Dal Recipes here. Do not forget to check out the video for the recipe in English & Tamil.

Here’s how to make Black Urad Dal Kanji with step by step photos & Video…

Ingredients

Black Urad Dal/Karuppu Ullundhu

¾ cup

Raw Rice/Parboiled Rice

1 cup

Moong Dal/Paasi Paruppu

¼ cup

Garlic Cloves

12-14

Fenugreek Seeds/Vendhayam

1 tsp

Coconut

½ coconut grated

Salt

As needed

Preparation Time: 5-6 minutes                  Recipe Category: Breakfast/Lunch

Cooking Time: 20 minutes                          Recipe Cuisine: Tamil Nadu, Indian

Author: Priya Anandakumar

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Here's a short video on how to make Black Urad dal Kanji in both English & Tamil


Method

Add 1 cup rice, ¾ cup black urad dal, ¼ cup moong dal to a pressure cooker.

Add enough water and wash thoroughly 2-3 times and drain the water completely.

Add 12-14 garlic cloves, 1 tsp of fenugreek seeds to the pressure cooker.

Add 8 cups of water to the pressure cooker, required salt and mix well.

Cover with pressure cooker lid and cook for 3-4 whistles.

Wait for the steam to release completely all by itself. Open the lid and mash thoroughly.

Add 2-3 cups of water and mix really well. Adjust the salt level at this stage.


Add grated coconut and mix really well.

Healthy, delicious and tempting Black Urad Dal Kanji/Karuppu Ullundhu Kanji is ready to be enjoyed.

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Here's a short video on how to make Black Urad dal Kanji in both English & Tamil

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