Instant Pot Gujarati Recipes : Instant Pot Gujarati Daar | Episode 047

Instant Pot Gujarati Recipes Video

Instant Pot Gujarati Recipes

Instant Pot Gujarati Daar | Episode 047

Instant Pot Gujarati Daar | Episode 047

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If you’ve ever had the opportunity to be invited to dinner by a Gujarati family, you may be familiar with this particular dish called daar.  It is traditionally made out of lentils and has a sweet, spicy and tangy flavor which accentuates any dish.  This “soup” is so flavorful that many people are known to enjoy it as is or with a side of rice.  The Instant Pot has made this traditional Gujarati dish, normally a chore to make, a breeze.

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  1. As an ABCD, I really appreciate all your videos. My mom bought me an instant pot, and I have been trying out all your recipes.

  2. Hi Poonam,

    Thanks for posting this video. Tuvar dal is my absolute favorite! Can't wait to try it out.

    I have a suggestion, for your videos, if you could post all the ingredients in the video description, it would be easier for the viewers to make a note of it. Just a thought. Otherwise, I think your videos are great. Thanks once again.

  3. Love your videos. I really appreciate that you say the Indian names for spices, I've been trying to learn them for years but people seem to default to English making it tricky when I'm in India and speaking to someone with no English.

  4. Thank you! It was amazing recipe! I had a slight variation to. I didn’t have tomato sauce so I chopped fresh tomatoes and put it in the initial step with the daal for pressure along with two green chillies (I guess if someone wants it a bit spicier). I also added the curry leaves when I was doing the tempering part instead at the end. Thanks for always sharing awesome videos!

  5. Loved the dal, but I manually released the steam after 5 mins and along with the steam spurting out, there was dal water everywhere 🙁 Any suggestions on how to avoid this? Should I just wait for a natural release next time?

  6. I don't have a hand blender (immersion). Could I blend the soaked lentils in the blender prior to cooking, or would that screw it up?

  7. I made this recipe tonight and mad dal dhokli and it turned out perfect. thank you so much.

    Can you maybe make one for chora or chori nu shak i believe it's called.

    great recipes

  8. I have been looking for an easy dal recipe to make with my dosa. thank you so much. I am american but my bf is from india and I love learning all the new things that I don't know yet. you videos are great. happy thanksgiving

  9. Hi Poonam – For whatever reason the silver prong doesnt come up fast.. It always takes at least 4 to 5 mins before the cooking actually starts. I have the new DUO model. Thanks – Love your videos!

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