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Monday, March 05, 2012

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Curt Heuer

Yuuuuummmm. Himal Chuli. I too love their dal and have had mixed success in trying to replicate it. Thanks for the link to Jessie Bluejay's recipe - I can't wait to try it.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

When you do try it, let me know what you think. I will be curious to know if you find it a good match.

Lisa at Greenbow

Oh stop. You are making me hungry. I wish I had a Chef living with me. ;)

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Lisa — Mark's trying to be the chef two nights a week, but usually doesn't have time to be so creative!

Altoon

oh, my, those potatoes look fantastic. They sent me to my Indian cookbook to see if I could find something similar. Tomorrow night's supper.

SLS

Hi! Came across your post while searching for the recipe for Himal Chuli's dal. Grew up around madison and it is some of the best dal anywhere I've been (and I've traveled a lot) I was so excited to find the link to an approximate recipe... but discovered it no longer exists! I don't suppose you would be willing to post the recipe yourself... or email it to me?

Nicholas

I also came across this post while searching for an approximation to Himal Chuli's Dal. If you are able, please post (or e-mail me) the recipe that Jesse Bluejay came up with. Please and Thank You.

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