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Dal Baati

Dal Baati

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  • Spicy
  • Indian
  • Vegetarian

Dal Baati is a traditional Rajasthani dish from India, consisting of lentils (dal) and baked wheat flour dumplings (batti). The lentils are typically seasoned with spices, and the dumplings are baked until golden brown. The dish is often served with ghee (clarified butter) and is known for its rich and hearty flavours.

Ingredients:25g Onion, 25g Tomatoes, 10g Oil, 230g lentis , 10g whole spices, 05g ginger, whole
200g wheat flour, 50g semolina, 25g spices, 25g ghee(butter), 10g salt, 5g sugar, 1g
baking soda, 10g lemon.

Allergens:  Contain gluten, Dairy products


Nutritional Information  per 100 g per portion (500 g)





5 g 25 g
1 g 5 g
20 g 100 g
Protein 6 g 30 g

Heating instructions:

In Pan:

Empty contents into a pan and heat on medium heat for 5-7 mins, stirring

Occasionally. Parallelly, heat the bread in another pan. Mix and eat.

In Microwave:

Cover and microwave on medium power for 2-3 minutes. Mix and eat.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Good cook 😋😋

Zeynen Bacak

Der Geschmack des Essens war unglaublich und sehr lecker. Gerade mittags ist dieses Erlebnis jeden Cent wert...Jeder Feinschmecker muss es probieren.

Anders lily

It's a amazing taste and it's surpassed my expectations and left me craving for more.

Darshan Patel
Test review

I recently had the pleasure of trying Afghani Paneer at a local Indian restaurant, and it was truly a culinary delight. The dish arrived sizzling on a hot plate, emanating enticing aromas that immediately whetted my appetite. The paneer had been marinated to perfection, resulting in a tender texture that melted in the mouth with each bite.

The blend of spices used in the marinade was exquisite, offering a harmonious balance of savory and aromatic flavors. The yogurt and cream base added a creamy richness to the dish, complementing the subtle tanginess of the paneer beautifully.

What truly set this Afghani Paneer apart was its authenticity. The flavors transported me to the bustling streets of Kabul, where I imagined skilled chefs grilling paneer over open flames, infusing each piece with the essence of Afghan cuisine.

Moreover, the dish was served with a side of mint chutney and naan bread, which provided the perfect accompaniments to elevate the dining experience further.

Overall, Afghani Paneer surpassed my expectations and left me craving for more. Whether you're a fan of Indian cuisine or looking to explore new flavors, I highly recommend giving Afghani Paneer a try. It's a culinary adventure that you won't soon forget.

Vishal Lakhhankiya

Wow delicious