If you thought Osama bin laden managed to inspire me to make some dal, you couldnt have been more wrong. He has nothing to do with this, its just the name "Osaman: - which is nothing but a gujarati Style Dal. The sweet and sour combo blends so well to make it a healthy treat.
hi dk made this dal yesterday for lunch and its tasted very tasty yum yum yum yum very tamgy taste
I love this dal.Its soo easy and tasted yummy...I made this when we had some friends came to our home.It was sooo good.I served with Jeera Rice.I didnt change anything in the recipe but i did crushed the peanut and added to the recipe.
I posted this recipe on my blog.
Thanks DK and keep up on your wonderful work.
Purvi, I take it as a compliment that something dated as far back as 2008 is visited and reviewed upon with the same expectation as one posted recently. Its one thing to do research and another to actually find the absolute correct info (esp. those days when there weren't any blogs or much info on the net) , which is why readers like you are helpful in providing details close to their authenticity and origin. Although, if I had to be honest, my learning curve was still at its nascent stage those days. Thank you for the info. I might repost it later with better quality. --DK
Would love to see your recipe, Jannki --DK
No offence taken. Do you know the authentic version of Osaman Dal? If yes, would love to get a recipe from you. You can upload ur recipe at the site for all of us to try it as well. Here is the link: http://chefinyou.com/member-recipes/?recipe=new. Thanks --DK
I think it depends on the paste. Was it really concentrated? For this recipe, the amount I mentioned really doesnt affect the recipe except add a slightly tangy taste. It did not change the color too. Was the taste of tamarind strong in the final outcome? If it is, then it could probably be the brand! --DK