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A tarka is a delicious spice-flavored ghee, mostly used in dal dishes and in raitas. There
For this Basic Tarka recipe you need
1 tablespoon ghee
Basic Tarka Recipe
In a ladle or small frying pan, heat the ghee. Add the spices and sauté for a few minutes, until well-toasted and fragrant. Add the tarka to the dal dish and cover immediately with a tight-fitting lid. Allow to stand for a few minutes while the flavors blend.
Background information on this Basic Tarka recipe
A tarka, or spice-flavored
ghee, is prepared and added to a dish just before
A tarka is usually part of a basic raita. Raitas or Yogurt salads are an ideal summer food because yogurt is cooling and has a regenerating effect on the system. In winter, yogurt's cooling effect can be balanced with the help of warming spices, such as nutmeg, saffron, cinnamon, ginger or cloves.
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