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Turai Aur Channa Dal Recipe – Turai Channa Daal Sabzi – Ridge Gourd Sabzi – Healthy Vegan Recipes

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Healthy high protein dal curry, turai channa dal recipe, turai sabzi with channa dal #vegan
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rahul g says:

Ridge gourd is peechinga in malayalam

trinetra 2015 says:

Madam, Why we are cooking DAL and Turai in two steps separately. I mean can we not cook Turai and Dal in single step together with 3 whistles.

Amir Mirza says:

Angrez ki aulad Hindi m boll le thoda har kisi ko inglish nii aati

Neeraj G s says:

Great knife skills

chhavi shukla says:

Damn look at her chopping.. ❤️

physiocharmi says:

What leaves are those?

Shree J says:

Y to. Use pink Himalayan salt?

Sunita Maniar says:

So much of oil you have used that’s the drawback of this recipe otherwise it’s good but not healthy

srikar n reya says:

Usually we do this without knowledge of health benfits

Jenifar Joseph says:

Thnku jii for this supeb recipe 😘😘

Training & Motivation says:

Your vegetables chopping style is amazing Ma'am ❤️❤️

Ranjith says:

Chopping expert🤭

Hema Mahendran says:

Hello mam can I use palak or methi instead of amarnath leaves, right now not in handy. Would definitely love to try this recipe today. Please let me know. Thank you

Tomato 33 says:

No need to put in curry powder? Just the tumeric powder can have the curry taste? Wow 😊

Zdzislaw Szulc says:

Thanks wery good recipe

Suhail K says:

Dal is vegan anyways

swathi says:

So I was wondering, wouldn’t pressure cooking dal and chopped Turai together from the beginning have been easier instead of doing it in 2 batches ?

Yasmin Jehangir says:

I love your recipes and have cooked some. Ma’am can please give the ingredients information in comments or in discription that would be great help. One thing I would like to know is that you are very health concious and use organic and don’t use chemicals and by products which I love I have to let my daughter know. But why you use pressure cooker. If you want to use first half cook then maybe one vessel would be okay.

gita says:

Your method of chopping, slicing puts me off, sorry.

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