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Varan

Maharashtrian style yellow daal

Varan is a simple yellow daal made from the yellow lentil known as tur daal. It is made almost everyday in most Maharashtrian households and is eaten with plain rice with a dollop of pure ghee and a dash of lime/lemon juice. This easy recipe for Varan is nutritious and easy. If you know how to boil water you can surely make this.

1 cup Tur daal 
2 cups Water
1tsp Turmeric powder
1/3 rd tsp Asafoetida or Hing
3-4 tbs sugar or 4 tbs splenda
Salt to taste.

Wash the tur daal twice with warm water. Add 2 cuos of water and the asafoetida and turmeric powder and either pressure cook it or or cook it on the stove until completely mashable. Add enough hot water to bring it to a pourable consistency. Some people prefer it thick some like it soupier. 

Blend it with a hand blender until smooth. Some people like it with a few pieces of daal still intact. Now add the sugar and salt and mix. Heat until it reaches a steady boil. Remove from heat and serve with rice. 

 



 

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