Tag: Dals and Hulis

Rajasthani Kadhi

This a Rajasthani version of Kadhi. This is a favorite comfort dish during the winter months. Enjoy with chapatis or rice. Makes about 4 servings. Recipe Credit : Trishla Jain

Huli (Mysore Sambar)

This is a traditional Mysore sambar. It can be prepared with several combinations of vegetables. Popular ones included, beans, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, radishes, and onions. Look for the recipe for Huli Pudi under the spice mixes section on this website. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao

Avarekalu Huli

This is a traditional kannadiga dish. It can be prepared with either spinach or eggplant. The bean used in this dish is called Avarekalu in Kannada. The freshest avarekalu is available during the winter months in India. It is also available, frozen, in indian stores as surti papdi lilva, which […]

Bendekai Kadale Kalu (Chana and Okra) Huli

This huli combines okra and dried kabuli chana with a traditional Kannadiga mixture of spices. This is a popular dish in Karnataka during the festival season. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao Category : Dals and Hulis

Hurali Kattu

This dish is an authentic Kannadiga dish. It combines several types of beans which are then cooked until they are soft. The water the beans cook in is used as the base for the ‘kattu’ which is a thin gravy. The beans are then prepared as a side dish that […]

Cucumber Huli

This is an interesting combination for a huli. It is a popular pick when we are running low on other vegetables. The trick is to make sure you don’t overcook the cucumber. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao

Menasinna Neeru

This is a quick and tasty dish that has a kick to it from the black pepper and jeera. Remember to eat this piping hot, as a soup, or with rice. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao

Pepper Rasam

This really hits the spot as a hot soup on a cold day. It is also one of our favorite comfort foods when we are looking for a quick light rasam for rice, or fighting a cold. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao

Pitla

This is a Tanjore Maharashtrian speciality. It can be prepared with any one of the vegetables listed, or a combination of all of them. Makes about 8 servings. Recipe Credit : Shanta Rao