The Master’s Grace like Sun rays, Is always there It needs no invite
Amid the complexities, it seeps in
through the knots and patterns of the mind.
Zig zag it flows
Bringing love and joy in our lives.
It’s always there Unseen and yet seen
250 gms French beans finely chopped
100 gms channa dal
100 gms tur dal
One tspn chillie powder
One tspn turmeric powder
Half tspn hing powder
One tspn mustard seeds
3 tablespoon cooking oil
Salt to taste
• Boil French beans in salt water till soft.
• Wash the dals, pressure cook the dals without adding water in a flat dish smeared with a little oil, to one whistle. Cool completely.
• Make a coarse powder of the dry and semi cooked dals without adding water.
• Heat 2 tbsp oil in a kadai; add a few mustard seeds, chilli, turmeric, hing powder sand stir lightly.
• Then add the powdered dals, and stir fry again till the dals are
• Add one more tablespoon of oil if required till a nice dry consistency is obtained. Finally add the cooked French beans, stir again on a low flame till the mixture leaves the sides of the pan.
• Serve with hot rice or as an accompanying dry vegetable to any main dish of your choice.