How to make Moongh Dal (DRY) Indian Cooking Recipes | Cook with Anisa | #Recipes

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How to make Moongh Dal (DRY) Indian Cooking Recipes | Cook with Anisa | #Recipes
How to make Moongh Dal (DRY) also known as Sookhi Moongh Dal as amazing for Brunch or Lunch, and great with fresh Chapati, some pickles, popadoms and perfect with a few drops of fresh Lemon Juice after its served in the plate.

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  1. Great a new subscriber.When you have time can you please show how to make a dish alot of Gujarati Muslim people eat usually on Fridays it's meat with a oily type of lentil.I don't know what it's called IV had few times from my neighbor it's so tasty

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