Thursday, July 3, 2014

MOONG DAL PUTTU |SAVORY VERSION | EASY BREAKFAST RECIPES

Moong dal- puttu
  I am still getting back to the routine after a hectic and fun filled India trip. I thought i will take my camera from Monday but i can't stay away from that. While returning back from India, in the  flight, we are served with Moong dal puttu in the flight. It was a small portion but tasted very well. Me and Suresh happily relished the puttu and recalled all the wonderful moments about the trip. From yesterday i was thinking i should make this moong dal puttu at home. Finally i made this for breakfast and we both enjoyed this moong dal puttu again. It turned out almost the same which we had in the flight.


Ingredients
Moong dal puttu

  Preparation Time : 1 hour+ 10 mins | Cooking Time :15 mins |   Serves : 2

  Yellow moong dal    1 cup
  Coconut grated  1 tblsp
  Green chilli   1
  Mustard seeds   1/4 tsp
  Asafoetida   a pinch
  Salt    As needed
  Turmeric powder   a pinch
  Oil    2 tsp
  Curry leaves   few
  Coriander leaves   few   
  Salt     as needed  
  Sugar   1/2 tsp
  Lemon juice  1/2 tsp (optional) 


Moong dal puttu

Method:
  • Soak moong dal in water for an hour. After an hour drain the water and grind this into a smooth paste along with little salt.
  • Do not add water while grinding.
Grind moong dal grind
  • Steam this in a idli maker for 10 minutes.
ready-to steam steamed moong idlies
  • Allow this to cool and grind this in a mixer like how me make for paruppu usili. In a pan add oil, mustard seeds , curry leaves, chopped green chillies and asafoetida.
steamed-grind moong temper
  • Add the moong dal and add sugar to this. Add turmeric powder and the grated coconut.
Add-steamed moong add-cocnut
  • Mix well and add coriander leaves and cook for 2-3 minutes in a low flame.
  • Switch off the flame and add lemon juice. 
Puttu-ready
  • Always serve this hot.
Moong dal - puttu
Note:
  1. Ensure the moong dal is well cooked while steaming. Else while grinding the mixture will be soggy.
  2. Do not over cook the steamed mixture else the puttu will be dry. You won't get soft puttu.

   
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13 comments:

  1. Excellent and a very different recipe Jeyashri. Will try this soon.

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  2. healthy puttu:)will give a try soon

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  3. Healthy puttu...my mom make like this way...

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  4. wow! healthy puttu. looks yumm..

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  5. I had this ages back ....brings back lot of memories ...looks just to yum

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  6. healthy breakfast.. I love this puttu also

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  7. Wow.... A very different way of having a healthy breakfast

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  8. yummy, easy to make. After tasting my amma says - everyday is jeyashri's kitchen day.

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  9. very new dish to me. looks lovely

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  10. Something new to me...Looks very yummy

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  11. a differnt recipe very healthy and very tasty

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  12. i tried this puttu. i felt that the raw smell of moong dal. it means that should i steam it for some more time.

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  13. Hi thanks for alovely recipe. I made it todaya nd it came out beautifully fluffy and tasty. Just to share asmall modification- I ground the dal with the ginger and green chilly and salt before steaming and the flavor was very good. Thanks again for an awesome, nutritious and easy to follow recipe!

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