Horse gram was a legume that back home in Delhi we used to eat in winters and that too very rarely. Somehow dad never liked it too much and mum thought it too much of a trouble to make something for him plus this. So when I moved to Bangalore some years ago I was kind of re-introduced to Horse Gram in a thick horse gram pappu and Horse gram rasam that my mother in law makes so well and then sometime last year I was introduced to Hurali Kalu Saaru two ways, a dry sabji and a curry made together and ate with jowar roti and rice.
The sabji with the roti and the curry with the rice. I found this very interesting and amusing and would wonder why not make it like one curry but the first time I tasted both I realised why they did so. They both taste so good and so distinct that it is unbelievable plus while making that dry sabji it would be so criminal to throw that nutritious water away.
So make this and enjoy a wholesome meal with roti and rice. Its healthy and nutritious. perfect for an afternoon meal.