Daal Toast

dal sandwich

This is a very famous street food of Ulhasnagar, especially those residing in camp number 4 will vouch for the Shankar Nashta house for its yummy daal toast, daal pakwaan, daal moong and samosas

Daal Toast
 
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Recipe type: snacks
Serves: 2-3
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Healthy sandwich recipe
Ingredients
  • Moong daal (1 cup, makes 2-3 sandwiches)
  • Boiled potato 1
  • Boiled beetroot 1
  • Tomato 1
  • Onion 1
  • Green chutney
  • Salt as per taste
  • Turmeric powder
  • Black pepper powder
  • Chaat masala
  • Red chilly powder
  • Coriander powder
  • Sev or farsan of choice
  • Coriander leaves
  • Bread slices (2 for each toast)
  • Butter
Method
  1. Soak and wash yellow moong daal
  2. Boil it with enough water, salt, turmeric powder till cooked
  3. Whisk it properly, add more water if required, but the consistency of dal should be thick
  4. Chop some of boiled potato, beetroot, onion, tomato and sprinkle some salt, coriander powder, red chilly powder, coriander leaves.These will be required for topping up of sandwich
  5. Now take a bread slice, apply some butter, place slices of boiled potato, boiled beetroot,tomato and onion/cucumber
  6. Take another slice apply some chutney on it and place at the top of previous slice
  7. Now heat the griddle, put some oil or butter and roast the sandwich on medium flame till slightly brown in colour
  8. Place the sandwich on a serving plate, cut it into pieces, top it up with few spoons of daal, sprinkle some chaat masala, black pepper powder, red chilly powder, some chutney, tomato ketchup (optional), the chopped mixture of beetroot, tomato, potato, onion and finally farsan or sev
  9. Serve immediately !

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8 thoughts on “Daal Toast

  1. Dear Alka,

    What a fabulous blog you have. One of my friend, his Mom was a Sindhi. She used to make delicious Sindhi food and you reminded me of her. She used to make Aloo Paratha with raw chopped onions mixed in the aloo stuffing and fry it in ghee. And she would serve it with chutney and boondi raita.

    Best Regards,
    Monica.

  2. Just one word: great!

  3. This is very nice site giving lots of details on Sindhi food. Apreciated your good work. Keep it up till you can.

  4. Hi rashmi,
    Good to find ,that there are ppl like u around,with whom i can have lots of gossips;-)
    Thanks for ur comments and keep visiting

  5. Am so glad I discovered your fabulous site, and I love all the terrific sindhi home cooking recipe. This toast is going to be one of my first tries from here ( as soon as I can find beetroots!). Thanks for sharing:)

  6. Hi,
    my mouth started watering when i read daal toast receipe.
    I thank u to host this website, this can help bachelors like me staying away from family to read and try these sindhi recipes.
    Keep up the good work.
    Regards,
    Bhavesh

  7. Hi Milu,
    Nice to hear from u!
    Its just not one place where u get mindblowing food,UNR is flooded with such foodjoints and restaurants where one can enjoy great variety of tasty food,thats too in easy-on-pocket price

  8. I m bout to come Shankar Nasta house within 3 months to UNR and see hw much u earn from me. Oh I miss ur food….pakodas, dal pakwans, dal toast,etc.
    Keep up the good cooking

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