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  • See tor.

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  • Manasi from A Cook At Heart sprinkles spices and flour on to perfect eggplant rounds and fries them to a savory finish, then serves them with plain toor dal (varan) to make a double V comforting meal of Vangi Kaap and Varan Bhaat.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • I make just plain toor daal, cooked until thick with some salt and turmeric, or sometimes, yellow moong daal, cooked to a mush with some garlic ..... either way, that's the way to eat this Kadhi.

    Gujarati Series: Kadhi

  • That's why I got the yellow lentils, known as toor dal in India, from Urban Herbs.

    Be Lentil with Me

  • I did NOT specify a password of any kind earlier in the install process and saw no clue as to what to use (Slax tells you to use 'root' and 'toor' - Slackware 12.2 says nothing).

    LinuxQuestions.org

  • In India it’s called toor dal or redgram because the tough seed coat of many varieties is reddish brown, though it’s most often hulled and split, and the cotyledons are yellow.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Root password is "toor", for the love of Cthulhu change this after install.

    Irongeek's Security Site

  • Root's password is "toor" by the way, be sure to change it after install.

    Irongeek's Security Site

  • This is obviously not recommended for production systems, but for the purposes of our testing we can use the root account with the default password (in this case it happens to be "toor").

    Tenable Network Security

  • Preparation: Soak unpolished rice and toor dal in water for min 2hrs.

    Bisibele Bhat with Unpolished Rice

  • Umar toor talks about the historical nature of this verdict at his blog:

    Global Voices in English » Pakistan: Justice Served?

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