This is popular dal in Northern. It is often cooked with chana dal or methi leaves or even meat, if you are a meat eater. If you eat lentils regularly, I would recommend buying a pressure cooker. It makes cooking them much quicker and easier. The water required and cooking times given here is average for a pressure cooker, but do remember that there are many variants in cooking. For example, quality of the lentil, softness of water, whether the dal was soaked beforehand (soaked dals take a little less time to cook), the intensity of heat and the efficiency of your pressure cooker. It will get easier as you cook more dals.
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