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Whole Green Moong Dal
A nutritious dal recipe with tons of health benefits. Makes a perfect warm soup during rainy days or can be had with rice or chapati. Makes a very good meal if you are looking to shed of excess pounds. - 0
Moong Dal Methi Dal
Fenugreek leaves dal is a very healthy lentil that is generally eaten with rotis in India. However, it is also enjoyed with rice. This dal is a rich source of proteins (from the mung bean) and minerals and vitamins from the fenugreek leaves. Hence, ideal for... - 0
Indian Moong Dal Halwa
Looking for healthy, tasty and attractive kids recipe for coming winter then here it is - A perfect, shiny and pretty Moong Dal Halwa! Its loaded with lots of protein and calcium and if you reduce amount of ghee and sugar, its a perfect low fat and protein... - 109.186
Moong Sabut Dal
Whole green gram (moong sabut dal) is a popularly consumed form of lentil in many Indian households and can be mode both in dry and liquid form. Here follows the recipe for whole green gram with slightly liquid consistency, which goes well along with both... - 0
Bottle Gourd With Split Yellow Mung
Cook the split yellow mung partially.
Set aside Prepare the seasoning by first heating oil in a pan ana placing the mustard seeds in it.
When they begin to splutter add the cumin and turmeric and asaioetida powders.
Stir Fry lor half a minute and add the rest... - 40.3761
1) Soak the dal in water for about 24 hours. Drain water and sprout it.
2) Take a wok and heat oil. Add asafoetida, chilies, ginger, and onion to it. Cook until onions are soft.
3) Fold in all the spices one by one. Continue to cook... - 41.9923
Moong Dal Ka Shorba By Tarla Dalal
Dals are a staple diet of people in the Punjab. Nearly every kind of dal is grown and cooked here. In most households the meal is incomplete without at least one dish made with pulses. The yellow moong dal or split yellow gram is very popular in punjabi... - 0
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
Simple And Quick Moong Sabut Dal
Whole green gram (moong sabut dal) is one of the popular Indian dishes, which can be prepared in both liquid and dry form, with the liquid version going well along with rice, and the dry form as a good accompaniment to chapatti. Here I am going to share a... - 0
Plain Moong Dal
1 Clean, sift and rinse the moong dal.
2 In a bowl, soak the dal in water overnight.
3 In a pan, heat the ghee.
4 Add in asafoetida, garlic and cumin seeds and fry till brown.
5 Drain the dal well and add to the ghee mixture.
6 ... - 46.4693
Homemade Sprouted Moong With Potatoes
not only add taste and texture, but also nutrients to any food. Vandana Karani presents a lip-smacking bean sprout and potato dish that makes for a healthful and tasty addition to your dinner tale. After all, what could be a better way to get the best of both... - 117.153
Wash and soak moong for a few hours.
Drain and roast on a griddle.
Pound lightly and remove skin.
Heat oil and fry mustard seed, curry leaves and chopped ingredients.
Add moong and masala powders and fry well.
Add coconut milk, simmer and thicken over low... - 41.9481
Green Mung Bean Curry
Green Mung Beans are packed with proteins and are an excellent source of valuable nutrients. This curry is a great combination with Rotis/Chapathis. - 41.6503
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
Dal Stuffed Chicken
1. Boil mung dal till tender and dry out the water.
2. Add all the ingredients except onions and mix thoroughly.
3. Heat ghee in a pan. Fry sliced onions till transparent. Add green dal mixture and fry for another 5 minutes.
4. Set down from the fire and put... - 34.3689
Pick, wash and soak the dals, all together in 4 cups water.
It would be best if you let them soak for about an hour.
If you soaked them overnight, that would be perfectly fine too.
Heat the oil or ghee in the pan or cooker.
This is another dal whose flavour... - 44.9283
1. Heat 1/4 cup ghee in a pressure cooker, add half the onions and saute till golden brown.
2. Add the soaked dais along with 2 cups of water and salt and cook till soft.
3. Cool and blend in a mixer.
4. In the pressure cooker, add the rest of the ghee and... - 39.7105
Pongal - Sweet And Savory
Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated in the southern part of India. On this auspicious day rice is cooked along with pulses and jaggery and is offered to the "Sun God" for prosperity. Watch this video to learn how to make both the sweet and savory version... - 109.296