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How To Make Dal Makhani Recipe Easy Cook With Chowringhee Restaurant

Written By Rajesh Kumar on Wednesday, 19 August 2015 | 03:41

Dal Makhani Recipe restaurant punjabi style. It has very creamy, rich and medium spicy taste. And it is made from whole urad with rajma. Butter and cream is used in this recipe.

Preparation Time : 31-40 minutes
Cooking time : 31-40 minutes

Servings : 4


Whole black gram (sabut urad) 1/2 cup
Red kidney beans (rajma) 2 tablespoons
Salt to tasteRed 
chilli powder 1 teaspoon
Ginger chopped2 inch pieces
Nutralite Butter 3 tablespoons
Oil 1 tablespoon
Cumin seeds 1 teaspoon
Garlic chopped6 cloves
Onion chopped1 large
Green chillies slit2 
Tomatoes 2 medium

Garam masala powder 1 teaspoon


  • Pick, wash and soak sabut urad and rajma overnight in three cups of water. Drain. 
  • Boil sabut urad and rajma in three cups of water with salt and half the red chilli powder (you can add half the ginger too if you wish) for three whistles in Wonderchef Secura5 Pressure Cooker. Open the lid and see if the rajma is totally soft. If not cook on low heat till the rajma becomes totally soft.
  • Heat butter and oil in a pan. Add cumin seeds. When they begin to change colour, add ginger, garlic and onion and sauté till golden.
  • Add slit green chillies, tomatoes and sauté on high heat. Add the remaining red chilli powder and sauté till the tomatoes are reduced to a pulp. 
  • Add the cooked dal and rajma along with the cooking liquour. Add some water if the mixture is too thick. Add garam masala powder and adjust salt. 
  • Simmer on low heat till the dals are totally soft and well blended. 
  • Serve hot.

This recipe tastes just as good (even better!) the following day after reheating properly. Chef Kapoor likes it cold too! But the parathas should be hot.

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