Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Badi is dried lentils and is usually made in fall and stored away for the year. It comes in handy as a quick side dish when you have to put a meal together in a jiffy. Here is a link to Sharmila's site on what Badi's look like and how they can be made in an oven.
1 small onion chopped
few green chillies chopped
a couple of crushed garlic
1 tea spoon Oil for frying the badis
Heat the oil in a pan and shallow fry the badis and keep aside.
Just before serving, mix the rest of the ingredients and serve.
The crunch of the badi with the smell of garlic and onions is therapeutic.