Dhal is the term used in India for dried split lentils, pulses, beans and peas. It refers to both the ingredient as well as the final cooked dish. Nitisha Patel's coobook showcases the delicious diversity of the dish in over 55 supremely comforting vegan and vegetarian recipes.
No longer mainly India's culinary secret, its reputation as a divine form of comfort food now traverses many cultures. With the ever-rising prevalence of plant-based diets, so the popularity of dhal has risen globally too. Lentils are highly nutritious, a good source of protein and great for digestive health.
As a chef with Indian heritage (where most food is naturally vegan or veggie) creating delicious meat-free meals is something that comes naturally to author Nitisha Patel. In this book, Nitisha shares an astonishing array of variations on dhal - using different spices, herbs and vegetables, in different formats and with different accompaniments. Whether thin and soupy, thick and saucy or dry and stir-fried, moulded into pakoras, burgers, dosa or even used in desserts.
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