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Tag: Moong Dal

Healthy Gujarati Baked Handvo | Baked Spicy Lentil Cake | Savory Vegetable Cake

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Handvo is a traditional Gujarati savory cake made with rice, lentils, and vegetables like bottle gourd, cabbage, and carrots. Spiced with fresh ginger and green chilies, tempered with mustard seeds, sesame seeds, and curry leaves. This can be enjoyed as a meal by itself with a side of green chutney. 1/2 ...

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Rajasthani Panchmel Dal | Panchratan Dal | Mix of Five Lentils

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Panchmel Dal or Pancharatan Dal is a Rajasthani style dal made by mixing 5 different types of lentils. It is usually served with Phulkas, Parathas, Rotis, and it tastes superb with Zeera Rice.

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Dondakaya Pappu/Tindora Dal

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Dondakaya Pappu/Tindora Dal is a South Indian authentic healthy way of making delicious dal with moong dal and dondakaya. It can be served with both rice or roti.

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2 Healthy Breakfast – Spicy Chickpeas Pancake (Besan Chilla) & Moong Dal Dosa (Pesarattu)

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Besan Chilla, a protein-rich nutritious pancake made from gram flour (besan), is a popular snack from North Indian cuisine. It is a trendy and traditional Indian breakfast and evening snack that is easy to prepare. Pesarattu is a protein-rich healthy breakfast made using whole green gram. This dosa does not ...

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Healthy Oats Masala Pongal

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Pongal is a delicious South Indian rice and lentil dish often made in most homes. Instead of rice I used Oats to make it healthy. You can have it with Sambar or Chutney.

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Protein Rich Green Moong Dal

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This simple green moong dal is so tasty and spicy and easy to make! This green gram curry is delicious, easy to make, and goes well with plain rice or roti.

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Khasta Kachori

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Kachori is a spicy snack originated from the Indian subcontinent. Alternative names for the snack include Kachauri, Kachodi and Katchuri. Kachori is supposed to have originated in Uttar Pradesh, India. Kachori were popular in old Indore, even before samosas gained popularity of India. Khasta Kachori is a delicious, spicy, fried ...

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