Healthy Mix Daalon Ki Khichdi | Lazzat | Masala TV Shows | Samina Jalil

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This recipe is mix of various lentils, full of nutrients and flavors.

Watch this Masala TV video to learn how to make Mix Daalon Ki Khichdi,Laal chutney and Doodh Ka Sharbat. This show of Lazzat with Chef Samina Jalil aired on 9 September 2019.

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Mix Daalon Ki Khichri:
Basmati rice ½ kg
Boneless chicken ½ kg
Split Bengal gram (boiled) 1 cup
Black lentil (boiled) ¾ cup
Green gram (boiled) ½ cup
Split red gram (boiled) ½ cup
Onion 1
Ginger garlic paste 1 tbsp
Mix all spice 1 tbsp
Bay leaves 2
Clarified butter ¾ cup
Salt to taste
Red chili powder 1 tsp
Turmeric ½ tsp
Heat clarified butter in a pan and fry onion in it. Then add whole all spice, bay leaves, salt, red chili, ginger garlic paste and turmeric and saute it well. Add chicken and saute more. When chicken get tender then mix all lentils and add water and cook until boil comes. Now add soaked rice and cook then let it simmer on slow flame. Then take out and serve with chutney.

Laal chutney:
Whole red chilies 15-20
Peeled garlic 5-6 cloves
White cumin 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Oil 4 tbsp
Except oil , blend all ingredients with water. Then saute this mixture in oil. Laal chutney is ready.

Doodh Ka Sharbat:
Milk 1 jug
Sugar ½ cup
Almonds, pistachios as required
Cardamom powder ¼ tsp
Rose water 1 tbsp
China grass (frozen pieces) ½ cup
In milk add sugar, cardamom powder and rose water and mix well. Then add china grass pieces, almond, pistachios and let it cool down.


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