Dal Fry Takeaway & Delivery Restaurants

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Consumer favourite Dal Fry delivery restaurants

Tandoori Village

Indian
17:30 - 21:30
Min order
Richmond

Curry Quest

Indian
16:30 - 21:15
Min order
Bundaberg South
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    Order $40 or more Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Pappadums

  • Special Pack Deal
    • 2 x Any Curry
    • 2 x Rice
    • 2 x Plain or Garlic Naan
    • 4 x Pappadums

    $35

  • Curry Quest Deal
    • 2 x Any Curry
    • 2 x Rice
    • 2 x Pakora or Onion Bhaji
    • 2 x Any Naan or Bread
    • 2 x Mango Lassi or Can of Soft Drinks
    • 1 x Mint Sauce

    $42.90

  • Curry Feast Deal For Three
    • 3 x Any Curry
    • 3 x Rice
    • 3 x Any Naan or Bread
    • 2 x Soft Drink (Can)
    • 4 x Pappadums

    $55

Taj Palace Indian Restaurant - North Hobart

Indian
17:00 - 21:45
Min order
North Hobart
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Dal Fry delivery from local restaurants

Dal Fry Delivery from Local Restaurants
 
A variety of lentils are used in Indian cuisine as a supplement for dishes that are conspicuously absent of meat. Many lentil-based dishes (marked by daI for "lentil") arose out this area by necessity, but for diners with vegetarian and vegan sensibilities, dal dishes offer a chance to gain plant-based proteins in their diets with a drastically different flavour profile. Dal fry is another such dal dish that appears in Indian cuisine.
 
What Takeaway Dal Fry Can I Order Online?
 
Takeaway dal fry is available from the restaurants that specialise in the cuisine that birthed the dish. Nominally an Indian dish, specifically Punjabi restaurants are both more likely to serve the dish and more likely to prepare it in a traditional fashion. This dish uses split lentils cooked in a pressure cooker. The split aspect of this ingredient ensures that the lentil casings may be more easily removed, and pressure cooking is an extremely fast method of lentil cooking.
 
This dish is popularly served with phulkas or paratha--some of the thinnest of the Indian flatbreads. The depth of this lentil-based dish is often further fortified with tomatoes and onions, and garlic, ginger and coriander leaves round out the fresh aromatic ingredients. Lentils are often cooked in ghee, but oil can be used instead to ensure the dish remains vegan.

Recent reviews

Tandoori Village

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

Great to be back from holidays and be able to indulge at my favourite local Indian restaurant. Best service you'll find in... Read more

Eric - January 2018

Curry Quest

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

Great food, great value and right on time, good work guys:-)

Tiffany - January 2018

Taj Palace Indian Restaurant - North Hobart

Overall 7.7 |  Food 9  |  Value 9  |  Speed 5

Food was so good but delivery took way too long!

Melissa - December 2017
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