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Split Moong Dal Fritters Serve Part 7
Rainy season is the time to stay indoors and pile you plate with yummy fritters and glut on them. This video recipe shows how you can savor crispy, deep-fried pakoras with green chutney and bread slices. Just fry some batches at home and enjoy the splashes of... - 75.4267
Split Moong Dal Fritters Fry Part 5
These fast and delicious fritters are a yummy way to get the best of both health and taste. However, making this requires quite a few skills. Once you have the batter at hand, the next big step is to make small morsels of it and drop it from the palm of your... - 94.7675
Split Moong Dal Fritters Batter Mix Preparation Part 4
Full of flavors and fun to eat, fritters make for great finger foods that can be eaten straight from hand. This video recipe details how to make the perfect better mix for yummy bhajiyas. Just grab all the ingredients and get mixing them. And yes, don't... - 98.3622
Split Moong Dal Fritters Preparation Part 1
What hot dogs are to America, bhajiyas are to India. Nothing does better justice to a steaming hot cup of tea than crispy fritters pairs best with spicy mouthwatering condiment. Split grams make yummy fritters that makes for delicious snack. This recipe... - 85.2052
Split Moong Dal Fritters Spice Mix Part 2
Bhajiyas are perfect tea-time snack that are ideal for a cold, rainy day. This video shows how to blend garlic, green chili, ginger and cumin to make a flavorful paste that helps jazz up the spice quotient of any fritters. Just make sure you get the... - 77.2267
Split Moong Dal Fritters Batter Mix Part 3
These golden-fried lentil fritters are delicious with a dollop of green mint chutney and tamarind sauce. However, if you are looking for a secret recipe to make your fritters all the more crispy, then look no further. This video recipe shows how to make... - 72.471
Split Moong Dal Fritters Frying Part 6
The very thought of piping hot tea in one hand and savory bhajiyas in another is good enough to get any one drooling. Never mind if you don't know how to fry the perfect fritters, this video recipe details step-by-step instructions on how to fry fritters... - 93.9003
Indian Moong Dal Soup
Chef Manjula is on a mission to show us some very good lentil recipes and as a part of this she has brought a Indian Moong dal soup recipe. Its vegetarian, protein rich and delicious. This recipe has a unique flavor and a green color derived from the cilantro... - 117.162
Moong Dal Pakora
How about an Indian spicy and delicious snack to treat your friends? Chef Manjula is making a very traditional Moong Dal Pakora or fritters that are delicious and protein rich. This dish has a very nice crunchy outer texture and soft from inside. The dish is... - 123.335
Khasta Kachori And Chaat - Dal Puri Or Daal Poori
Anyone fond of Indian snacks, should surely try this recipe. It's so appetizing and your family and guests will love it. Chef Bhavna explains the recipe so well and patiently. This is a famous Indian snack. Don't forget to watch the video for the recipe of... - 106.23
Moong Dal Ldlis
1. Wash and soak moong dal for whole night.
2. Grind the dal and other spices to fine paste except Eno.
3. Keep it for 5 minutes.
4. Then add Eno and mix gently.
5. Steam them in mini idli stand for 8 to 10 minutes
6. Check by putting tooth pick in the idlis... - 45.6915
Moong Dal Dahi Vadas (non-fried)
Amidst drum rolls and lots of pomp, we present a non-fried version of none other than one of the most popular chaats. . . Dahi vada. Be careful not to soak the wadas beyond 2-3 minutes, to prevent them from breaking. This snack will surely stir up your... - 0
Ven pongal (or simply called as pongal) is a regular breakfast item in Tamil Nadu. It is healthy, with the yellow moong dal containing protein and rice containing carbohydrates, both of which are essential for well being. It is very easy to prepare and does... - 0
Low Calorie Idli Dhokla
Moong dal idli dhokla is a healthy low calorie variant of regular chana dal and rice dhokla. The use of moong dal in the preparation of dhokla helps in increasing the iron, protein, folic acid and zinc content of the dish, thus helping to provide the... - 0
Moong Dal Chillahs With Paneer
1. Soak dal for 3-4 hours only. Do not soak for a longer period.
2. Strain. Grind with 1 cup water to a smooth batter. Add about 1/2 cup water to get a pouring consistency.
3. Add 1/2 tsp salt and 1/2 tsp chilli powder. Keep aside.
4. Prepare the paneer by... - 43.9367
1. Heat the oil, add the moong, 1/2 teacup of water and salt. Cover and cook on a low flame until the moong is soft.
2. Beat the curds with a pinch of salt.
How to serve
Spread the hot moong on a serving plate.
Top with the beaten curds, the chutney,... - 34.0538
Moong Dal Halwa, Kand Pakoda, And Fansi Dhokli
Festive season is the time to forgo all your inhibitions and gorge on yummy delicacies. Bhal Dave here presents a wad of Gujarati delicacies that can be easily prepared at home using lentils and beans. Scrumptious and simple, even you can stir up these... - 38.4311
South Indian Breakfast - Pesarattu Upma
The most favourite Andhra ( Telugu) Breakfast. Makes any Andhraite drool at its very sight.
Pesara pappu means Moong Dal and Attu is a type of dosai. So together Pesarattu would mean "Moong dal dosa".
The video describes 2 pesarattus not very different... - 0
The No Rice Idli
Wash and is oak the two dals separately for an hour.
Grind each to a fine paste using some of the water that they have been soaked in.
Do not add excessive water.
Mix the two hatters in a bigger vessel that gives this upwardly mobile hatter space to rise.
Add... - 48.7112
Pesarattu Dosa Making Made Easier
If you looking for a typical Andhra breakfast dish then this is what you should be making. Pesarattu is Andhra's signatory and most popular non-fermented dosa had for breakfast. Watch this video to learn how to make this delicious and healthy moong dal and... - 110.123
Onion Dal Pakodas
Indian snacks are known for their crunchy crispy bites and this Onion Dal Pakodas are just the kind it can ever be. A great tea-time accompaniment to serve, these Onion Dal Pakodas also upholds healthy way of snacking! So give it a try, I bet you'll love it... - 49.067
Healthy And Light Moong Dal Chilla
Chila is a popular Indian preparation and has a number of variations. In this one moong dal is used, its a perfect healthy breakfast recipe. - 0
Wash dals and soak in water for two hours.
Roast coconut, red chillies, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, cinnamon, garlic, cloves and pepper corns in a frying pan using a little oil.
Add ginger and turmeric and grind to a fine paste using a little water.
Cook... - 42.8566
Soak mung dal in water for six to eight hours.
Wash dal and drain thoroughly.
Grind to a fine paste.
Heat oil in a pan and fry chillies (cut into pieces), coriander seeds, and cumin seeds.
When they turn brown add asafoetida and dal.
Cook for 15 minutes,... - 43.489