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Thuvaiyal is light and good for digestion. Whether it is a side dish or rice accompaniment, Growing up, Paruppu thogayal for me was a different style. My Amma makes a version with urad dal and coconut. We used to have it with sesame oil. Next to coconut thogayal, this was my favorite. Well, Urad dal version is not light like this toor dal thogayal but Vengaya vetha kuzhambu, thogayal, and vadam is an addictive combo.
This version of thuvaiyal is my mother-in-law's version. I happened to taste this after marriage. One day we all went out and had lunch, I was extremely full and said I will skip dinner. MIL made this Paruppu thogayal and milagu rasam for dinner. Seeing the difference in color and texture I was asking how it is prepared. After hearing toor dal I was doubtful about the taste but it was so comforting.
Nowadays I cook both Amma's and MIL's versions alternatively. Recently we had vegetable biryani, Shorba, and cucumber raita for lunch so the next day we needed a light meal, and Paruppu thogayal and milagu rasam came into the menu. That's when I realized I haven't posted it yet.
- Toor dal - 1/3 cup
- Pepper - 3-4
- Red chili - 1
- Asafoetida- generous pinch
- Salt - as needed
- Oil - 1/8 tsp
- In a pan on low heat add oil. Add toor dal, red chili and pepper and sauté till the toor dal changes golden brown; switch off
- Add hing and salt; let it cool down
- Grind the mixture into powder and finally add little water according to the desired consistency. Thogayal is ready
- Toor dal powder can be made and befor eating can add Little water to the desired texture
- Garlic can be added for extra flavour
- Coconut can be added while grind dal
- No thalipu (tadka) for this thogayal. If you prefer can make it will mustard seeds and urad dal
5. Thogayal can be mixed with rice or taken as a side for rasam rice
Toor dal - 1/3 cup
Pepper - 3-4
Red chili - 1
Asafoetida- generous pinch
Salt - as needed
Oil - 1/8 tsp
How to make Paruppu Thogayal with step-by-step pictures:
- In a pan on low heat add oil. Add toor dal, red chili, and pepper and sauté till the toor dal changes golden brown; switch off
- Add hing and salt; let it cool down
- Grind the mixture into powder and finally add little water according to the desired consistency. Thogayal is ready😊
I've never tried Paruppu Thogayal, but looks and sounds delicious! Saving to try out very soon. Can't wait!
Adriana Lopez Martn
Love the combination and the fact that this has red chile. I cannot live without my spicy foods. Masterful way of using the spices on this recipe too.
Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie
While I've never heard of this dish or half of the ingredients, I love every Indian dish I have had thus far and would gladly try this out!
valmg @ From Val's Kitchen
I've never heard of or tried this dish before. But how can you go wrong with a homemade dish that takes under 10 minutes!
Most of these ingredients are new to me. It looks like something I would enjoy.
I have never tried Peruppu Thogayal. I love the spice combination. Can't wait to try.
I haven't see or heard of this recipe but I love that it's pretty doable and sounds so tasty! A must-try!
Love spicy foods and especially lighter dishes after eating rich things!
Jodi @ Create Kids Club
I never tried this before. Is it similar to a hummus? It looks absolutely delicious!
Hummus is a good comparison, never thought about it:-) this one is prepared with roasted toor dal
It’s a traditional classic dish can be used as a side for kanji or eaten mixed with warm rice with some oil.
I have never had peruppu thogayal before! You make it sound so tasty and delicious that I want to try it.
Although l'm not familiar with the recipe, l love anything healthy and comforting. If it can be made quickly, even better. Lovely dish!
I am learning so much from your blog! I have never heard of this, but I am very curious and will definitely be giving it a try 🙂
I make the paruppu thogayal the same way and I love it with milagu kuzhambu. My mom made the best thogayal and I am getting no where close to her skills. This just reminds me of her and my carefree days 🙂
That sounds delicious and love lentil dips or mixes. I've never had it before but would definitely try some with rice or hot dosa.