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“Kali Dahl” (Or, well, just “dahl” — but a damn good recipe!)

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This post is my official recipe for dalh (aka daal, dal, etc.). I published it on another blog in 2006, and it holds up as always. A bit wordy for a recipe, though. :-)

Before I begin, here’s an excerpt from a novel I abandoned in 1996 or so …

Dahl is by no means strictly Indian; most Americans eat lentils. Lentil soup, American




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