- Dry roast coriander seeds, jeera, black pepper, red chillies and hing until you smell the fresh masala.
- Powder them in a blender without adding any water. To this, add the grated coconut, onion and grind it to a smooth paste using water if required; Keep aside
- Pressure cook the saoked 'hurali' with some water. Hurali/horse gram takes a little longer to cook.... So, you might have to cook it for a couple of whistles more than usual.
- Add the masala from step 2, to the cooked hurali and boil well. Add water to get the required consistency.
- Add tamarind paste, jaggery and salt;Boil further. Adjust the taste according to your wish.
- Temper with mustard seeds and curry leaves; Serve hot with rice and enjoi!!!
Here's wishing all you fellow bloggers and readers and very Happy and Prosperous Deepavali!!!!May you be bestowed with all the happiness and health, this festive season..... The "Soft toy" junta at my home join me in wishing you all a very happy festival!!!! :)