Story of House of Dal
पेशावरी दाल, जिस हांड़ी में बनी
वो म्हारे देश की मिट्टी; लागे चोखी घणी
Handi - हांड़ी
As the food cooks, slowly, over burning wood turning into charcoal, in an earthen pot of clay, made by the kumhar on a lane in a village, reminds you of the people we left in the pages of history.
Desi Ghee - देसी घी
What desi ghee on roti means, ask any Indian and they will tell you, it means love, mother. All our recipes are cooked in love and desi ghee.
Serving an Indian kaleidoscope of rural culinary experiences, in an earthen pot who nurtures it with minerals while in its womb, creamy dishes and healthy.
If food does not evoke emotion, it isn't made on a tandoor
No feeling of bloating and tasty
I am a bit health conscious and YouTube experiments in cooking. It was a pleasant surprise to see dum-pukht technique which I have tried at home. Will definitely order again.
Vegetable Roganjosh was a surprise as it is customised for us vegetarians. You hear a name and you want to try it but you can’t? I always wanted to order a Roganjosh but couldn’t, being a herbivore ;)
Authentic taste of charcoal cooking
Most people do not know what a real tandoor cooked naan tastes like. It isn’t an aluminium oven crammed on a too small gas but an actual tandoor is made of clay and the taste comes for cooking food on burning charcoal wood. Had a smokey taste from food as they claim. Will recommend!
We had it with plain naans and tandoori roti which was a good pairing. I also had last minute guests, a couple who loved the daal. In summary an excellent, tasty dish. Don’t change anything and I will be one of your first customers. It will save my wife the effort of making it at home.
Hi Praveen - thanks for putting us on the tasting (testing) panel. We loved the daal which we would call “ma ki daal” in himachal. Cooked to perfection, not kuccha or overdone. The chili was just enough to give it zing.