27 Feb Kitchari (Indian Comfort Food)
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Kitchari (Indian Comfort Food)
3 hours (soaking)
Pick through the split moong to remove any rocks or sticks. Transfer to the cooking pot.
Add the rice to the cooking pot.
Wash the rice and split moong until the water runs clear.
Soak the mixture for at least three hours in enough water to cover by an inch.
Drain the water from the mixture, and rinse once with fresh water. Drain the water.
Add 7 cups of fresh water, olive oil, salt, and turmeric to the cooking pot, and stir.
Place the cooking pot in the multi-cooker and close the pressure cooking lid with the pressure valve closed.
Set the multi-cooker to beans and cook on normal for 11 minutes.
Let the cooker depressurize naturally.
This recipe was developed in a 6-quart Cosori Multi-Cooker. Moong dal can be found at the Indian grocery store or in the international aisle at the regular grocery store.
- Add fried ginger (ETP recipe) on top for a garnish that is also a gut soother.
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