Daal with almond yogurt, chopped nuts, and flatbread
Short History: Daal is an indispensable part of Indian cuisine, with Sanchari Pal saying that there is “one dish with which Indian cuisine, and in that sense, most Indians, share an umbilical-like connect, it has to be the humble daal.” Daal is from so long ago that many of the histories of specific daals are lost – archaeological evidence tells us that Indian daal made its first appearance in Indus Valley Civilization – 3300 B.C. – 1300 B.C. Regardless of the specific histories of this dish, the flavorful, creamy, healthy dish provided to you from The Vegan Taste gives you potassium, iron, protein, fiber, and more!
Reheating Instructions: Warm in a pan over medium heat
“Indian inspired dishes have become my favorites! The taste is always so vibrant and satisfying!” – Heather St. from Phoenix
“Favourite. Seeing all the veggies clearly and being able to distinguish what was what appreciated. This was the week’s favourite so far.” – Sharon Ir. from Scottsdale
“I did not expect to like this very much & it was the exact opposite, I LOVED it! So creamy & delicious, I had to keep myself from licking the container. Hands down, this has to be one of my top 5 favorites.” – Courtney Sm. from Glendale