"Sometimes a recipe comes along that's so spectacular that you feel compelled to climb your way up to the top of the nearest alp and sing like Julie Andrews, giddy and overflowing with such love for the world that the power of your emotions threatens to send you skidding down the mountain on the backside of your lederhosen.
"Or you could just blog about it.
Either way, this is one of those recipes:
apt words of Susan of the Fat free Vegan kitchen, I could not have described it any better...
Panch phoran (Bengali: পাঁচ ফোড়ন) (also known as panch puran, panch phutana (Oriya), or five-spice mix) is an Indian-Bengal, Assamese and Oriya spice blend typically consisting of five whole spices in equal measure, as defined below. In Axomiya or Bengali, panch phoran, and in Oriya, panch phutana, literally mean "five spices".(Source-Wikipedia)
The recipe is from Susan's blog and can be found here
I relished the delicious dal with freshly boiled rice, roasted poppadums and green chilli pickle, just thinking about it makes me drool...believe me it was so amazingly fabulous!
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