British Dal Festival - 21-31 March 2020

Recipes

Recipe creator Nasrin from Bhorta Bari has shared one of their favourite family recipes with us. “This dal recipe is very popular in Bangladesh …

We were given this recipe by the team at Little Kitchen, who run cookery lessons in Bristol across a range of different cuisines and …

Fresh baby spinach and chickpeas, slow-cooked with ginger, garlic, and onion with tomatoes and warm spices, finished off with a healthy dash of lemon. Comforting and your daily dose of vegetables, all in one dish.

This mouth-watering recipe for a Lebanese lemony butter bean stew is from chef Radhikah of Radikal Kitchen – look out for her takeover of the British Dal Festival’s Instagram this weekend!

An easy recipe for a spicy rice and lentil dish, taken from The Spicery’s newest cookbook РCurry Legend Veg!

This recipe from Nidhi Verma – founder of the Meri Rasoi Indian cookery school based in London – is not only a great way of using leftover cooked dal but also a very nutritious and tasty bread. Enjoy it for breakfast served with yogurt and pickle.

This is recipe from Lydia Downey is the perfect midweek dinner and is a very useful standby to have in the fridge.

A dhal with a twist. These softened pearls of emerald-green moong dhal are steeped in a rich, thick, spiced yogurt sauce packed full of flavour and fresh heat.