The multiple lockdowns definitely made everyone a "chef", if not chef, then at least someone capable of cooking food to survive (and no, ready to eat noodles do not count as survival food). We are talking about making a proper meal, which includes rice or pulao (if you are feeling fancy), almost-close-to-round roti, aloo sabzi and dal with tadka. Speaking of tadka, have you cracked a full-proof recipe after many failed attempts? Or have you given up on making the perfect tadka and have made peace with enjoying your dal the boring way? If yes, then my friend, we have got this 3-ingredient tadka recipe which will elevate all your dal recipes because basic is boring.
Ingredients Tassyam Organic Cumin seeds- 1tsp
Tassyam Organic Red Chilli powder- 1tsp or according to taste
Dried Red chilli- 1 to 2 pieces
- In a small pan or the utensil you usually use for making tadka, add 1tbsp of ghee. Let it heat on medium flame.
- Once the ghee is hot, switch off the flame and add Tassyam cumin seeds, Tassyam Hingwale Kabuli Hing and Tassyam Red chilli powder. Let the seeds pop.
- Pour this hot tadka on your dal and mix. Garnish with coriander leaves and dried red chillies.
Hing is a very powerful spice found in the Indian kitchen. A pinch of it works wonders for any dish and give its special umami flavour. It is great for digestion, good source of anti-oxidants and helps in avoiding an acid reflux.
Tassyam Hingwale Kabuli Hing is made using the perfect blend of traditional methods and modern technologies. Tassyam Red chilli powder is 100% organic and gives the perfect kick of spice to every dish.
Note: Make sure the ghee is very hot, otherwise the cumin seeds will not pop. And if you put the spices while the flame is on, there are chances that you might burn the tadka if you are not quick enough. Happy cooking!!