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Dosas are thin and crispy pancakes, made with a variety of batters. Moong dal dosas are a great substitute for the traditional dosas found in many South Indian restaurants. Moong dal dosas are faster and easier to prepare. Dosas are also known as “cheela” or “puda”. 1 cup washed moong dal 1 green chilly chopped 1/4 inch piece ginger chopped 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds 1/2 teaspoon salt 6 tablespoons of oil
3 Aug 2011
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MOONG DAL SWEET Bonda So Tasty Indian Traditional Foods Recipe start prepare today stay health today
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Moong Dal Pakoda Recipe in Hindi green moong dal pakoda in hindi moong dal pakoda pudina chutney moong dal ke pakode ki sabzi urad dal ke pakode recipe in hindi chana dal ke pakode chole ki dal ke pakode moong dal pakoda recipe in marathi moong dal vada recipe in hindi
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Moong dal which is packed with Protein and low carbs is good for health, and for calorie conscious people, Learn how to make Moong Dal with Kasoori Methi in this video. Channel Description: One Stop for your recipe needs for Indian, North Indian, South Indian, Italian, Mexican, Mediterranean cuisine.. A place where you can learn the tips and tricks of great cooking. If you like our videos please don't forget to subscribe, like and share them.
22 Jan 2018
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Nothing will seem as easy and delicious as this Moong Dal Uttapam recipe for a healthy breakfast option. #TooEasyLife
28 Dec 2017
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Here's introducing Kurkure's "Ingredients of India" range made with a special ingredient found in every home, Dal ! Of course, Kurkure has given its signature twist to all 3 products. Using a combination of popular dals & locally relevant flavours from various regions of India, Kurkure has come out with 3 exciting variants -- Mumbai Chatpata Usal, Bengali Jhaal & South Spice Mix.
17 Jun 2011
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When the harvest is over, the people of Tamil Nadu express their gratitude to the gods, the earth and their cattle. For four days, they celebrate with abandon and worship with devotion. Pongal, the harvest festival in mid-January is a very important one in Tamil Nadu. Pongal festivities continue through the first four days of the Tamil month of Thai (mid-January to mid-February). The houses are cleaned, painted and decorated. People wear new clothes and the cattle are gaily caparisoned with beads, bells and flowers--their horns painted and capped with gleaming metals. TIME OF THE YEAR Pongal falls in mid-January, at the beginning if Thai, which is a month of hope and joy and is considered very auspicious for marriages As a Tamil saying goes, "When Thai is born, it paves the way for hope." The month prior to Thai is Margazhi, considered inauspicious as it symbolizes the death of the sun as it journeys to the winter solstice. It is, however, believed that if a young unmarried woman offers prayers daily before dawn, the Gods would bless her with a suitable husband. CELEBRATIONS Though more popular in the rural areas, it is celebrated with the same gusto and fervor by the urban population too and the preparations are quite elaborate. One can notice beautiful Kolams (decorative patterns made on the floor with rice flour) gracing the entrance of most houses. Kolams are generally drawn, traditionally speaking, with rice flour, the idea being that insects would feed on it and bless the household. The kolam also bore sociological significance and is even today religiously performed as a threshold ceremony before dawn in traditional households. Today, the kolam serves decorative purposes, and therefore almost no one takes the pain to draw it with rice flour. Instead, substitutes that can make instant kolams are popularly used. At the center of the Kolam is a lump of cow-dung, which holds a five-petalled pumpkin flower--a symbol of fertility and an offering of love to the presiding deity. However, one thing that distracts from the solemnity of the festival is the film music blaring out of microphones. Major festivals in the south are irrevocably linked to the buying of new clothes and the preparing of sweets and other delicacies. The shops are flooded with new things begging to be bought. For women, it is a must to put flowers in their hair, as this is considered auspicious. Several community events like bullfight and bird fights are organized and community dinners made from the newly harvested crop are enjoyed by all. RITUALS All the four days of Pongal have their own significance as separate deities are worshipped each day. On the first day, Bhogi or the Rain God is worshipped. The day begins with a til oil bath and in the evening there is a bonfire in which all the rubbish in the house is burnt. The second day is that of the Surya Pongal. The place where the Pongal puja is to be done, usually the courtyard or open terrace, is washed a day prior to the festival, smeared with cow-dung, and left to dry. Pretty kolams are drawn, which are special to the occasion. At the place where the puja is to be performed, a delicious concoction of rice, moong dal, jaggery and milk is cooked in a new earthenware pot on an open fire. But before that, some fresh ginger is tied around the pot. As the Pongal boils over and spills out of the pot, children waiting for this go around the pot, clapping their hands and crying "Pongalo Pongal". Once the Pongal is ready, it is tempered with cashew nuts and raisins fried in ghee. The Pongal is offered, on a new banana leaf along with other traditional delicacies like Vadas, and payasam, to the Sun God in gratitude for bestowing his blessings on the land and the harvest. Sugarcane, grain, sweet potatoes etc. are also offered. The third day is that of the cattle worship or Mattu Pongal. On this day, the cattle are caparisoned and paraded in the village after they have been offered the Pongal. The fourth and final day marks the KanyaPongal, when birds are worshipped. Major attractions of this day are bull and bird fights. The Sankranti Rath (chariot) is a typical Pongal kolam. Earlier, the ropes of the rath were kept open till the day after Pongal, when all were "joined" from house to house symbolizing a collective desire to realize an uninterrupted cosmic cycle. Today, no one has the time or inclination to be quite so ritualistic and patterns are confined to houses and the immediate area outside it.
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The most favourite Andhra ( Telugu) Breakfast. Makes any Andhraite drool at its very sight. Pesara pappu means Moong Dal and Attu means a type of dosai. So together Pesarattu would mean "Moong dal dosa". The video describes 2 pesarattus not very different from each other. Upma is the best accompaniment for the pesarattu as it complements the crunchy taste and gingerly flavour. So the first recipe in the video describes the method of making upma pesarattu. The second pesarattu is known to all in Andhra as MLA pesarattu, the king of the Andhra Breakfast table. There is an interesting anecdote behind this very amusing name. The second pesarattu in our video looks like a normal pesarattu from the outside but has Upma, Cashewnuts and dry fruits hidden inside. This Pesarattu became a symbol for the hypocrisy of the ruling elite and hence has been named very aptly as MLA (Members of the Legislative Assembly) pesarattu. Ginger is used extensively in this recipe as it is a natural digestive agent and it neutralises moong dal (pesara pappu) which is normally difficult to digest. Happy cooking and do ensure that you make crispy pesarattus whenever you have telugu guests at home for highly satisfactory results. Do send ur feedback to edewcategmail****
18 Feb 2011
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Thinking about skipping dessert after lunch? You have 30 seconds to think again. Meet our sweet sticky rice with yellow mango topped with coconut milk and golden moong dal.
18 Apr 2017
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The high uric acid leading to painful joints is a condition called gout. This condition can be managed well by changing in diet and lifestyle. BREAKFAST: Oats (Vegetable) / Upma / Poha / Sooji or Besan Chila / Idli (Filled with green vegetables) / Daliya ( enriched with seasonal vegetables) / Vegetable Sandwich ( brown bread or multigrain bread) / 2 Boiled egg white / 1-2 Chapatti + Sabzi or Dal / Fresh Yogurt / Moong Dal Khichdi
6 Jul 2018
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mini Samosa Recipe in hindi - मूंग की दाल के मिनी समोसे haldiram mini samosa recipe in hindi mini samosa recipe step by step besan ka samosa in hindi dry fruit samosa recipe in hindi dry samosa recipe by sanjeev kapoor in hindi moong dal samosa recipe sanjeev kapoor haldiram dry samosa recipe chana dal samosa recipe in hindi
6 Aug 2018
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