Daangar Pachadi

Whenever there is a left over Roasted Urid dal powder, I would love to make this wonderful dish. Daangar Pachadi, very simple to prepare but it is very delicious. We can use this pachadi as a side dish  for vathakuzhambu, kariveppilai thokku and many more. Even milagu rasam with daangar pachadi is a great combination. There are few teaspoons of roasted urid dal powder after Krishna Jayanthi bakshanams, So I planned to make this today. My grandma had told many times that uriddal is very good especially for ladies. Urid dal gives strength to hip which is very important for ladies. So health wise also this dish is very helpful. Lets see the recipe now...

Daangar Pachadi
Daangar Pachadi

Preparation Time-
Cooking Time5 mins 

Daangar Pachadi
Daangar Pachadi

Urid Dal1 tablespoon
Fresh Curd1 Cup
Saltto taste
Butter Milk1/2 Cup
Hinga Pinch
Coriander LeavesFew
Oil1 teaspoon
Mustard Seeds1 teaspoon

Daangar Pachadi
Daangar Pachadi

  1. Heat a pan and dry roast urid dal till it turns golden brown color. Remove from flame and allow it cool off and grind it in a mixer to a nice powder. Sieve it once to get a smooth flour. If we have left over roasted urid dal flour after we make some bakshanams like thenkuzhal, seedai etc, we can very well use it
  2. Take a bowl and add urid dal flour, curd, butter milk, hing, salt and mix well without any lumps
  3. If the pachadi is too thick, we can add little water or butter milk to make it to a right consistency
  4. Heat some oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and when the mustard seeds starts to sputter, add it to the pachadi
  5. Garnish with Coriander fresh leaves
  6. The yummy, mouth-watering daangar pachadi is ready to serve
Daangar Pachadi
Daangar Pachadi

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Yum. Thanks for sharing.

Subbu mami, enga amma epavum pannuva indha pachadi.. we used to love it.. In fact, I was remembering this last week and was so happy to see it in your collection of recipes.. have not made it in a long time and I will now.. Best wishes..
Subhalakshmi :-)

You could even try a variation : Take one Mavadu ( remove the seed) wash it , grind it with some coconut, coriander leaves , 1 green chilly and mix it to curd tastes yumm with vegetable rice !

your recipes are making me homesick! :) very nice collection.. and authentic. Thanks!!



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