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Saturday, 10 April 2010

Moong dhal pudlas (pancakes)



Moong dhal pudlas (pancakes)- Moong dhal pancakes healthy, protein packed and simply delicious flavoured with spring onions and fenugreek (Methi ).

Ingredients:

1 cup split moong dhal with husk
1.5 cups water
½ cup yoghurt
1 teaspoon eno salts
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon turmeric powder
1 teaspoon fresh ginger paste
2 green chillies finely chopped
½ cup fresh chopped fenugreek
3 spring onions finely chopped
3 tablespoons sunflower oil for cooking pancakes.

Method:

1. Wash the moong dhal and drain water put in blender.
2. Add the salt, turmeric, ginger paste, chillies and fenugreek.
3. Add the measured water and yoghurt and blend to form a dropping consistency batter.
4. Stir in the chopped spring onions and the eno salts.
4. Heat frying pan and oil it. Place a ladle full of mixture and spread it to form a small pancake. (These pancakes are thicker and smaller than the average pancake)
5. Once pancake batter starts to set flip the pancake over and cook underside.
6. Place on kitchen paper and repeat process for rest of batter. Makes about 12 pancakes.

Serve with yoghurts and carrot pickle.




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32 comments:

  1. Nice and healthy...
    Another pan cake recipe... Now i m thinking..wot should I make :)

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  2. great pics and very tasty recipe too...

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  3. thts a whole new twist on pancakes....interesting...love the carrot pickles too...

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  4. Yummy and Healthy Pancakes!!!!

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  5. First sight I thought they were the potato pancakes. Mung bean pancakes sound so healthy, and delicious.

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  6. Hey Nayna
    moon daal pudlas looks so healthy and tasty! lovely for breakfast or as a evening snack...

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  7. lovely recipe :)... very delicious

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  8. Thanks for sending and a delicious pancakes looks absolutely tempting..

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  9. term pudla is new for me..
    healthy pancake!

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  10. I am loving these little pancakes and they sound so healthy too ,have never had any like these before....
    and thanx a ton for being coming over at the birhtday party ...loving having u over ;-)))
    happy day to u...

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  11. Yummy and Healthy Pancakes!!!!

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  12. Nayna,

    Moong dal phulka looks really yummy and healthy. Nice dish.

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  13. Dear Nayna
    Moog Dal Phulkas simply look delicious. Love to grab a couple of them right out of the screen

    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Really healthy and yummy pancake, lovely picture too...

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  15. wow nice n healthy pancakes...looks so yummy...nice recipe

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  16. Yummy & healthy....:)
    Smitha
    http://smithasspicyflavors.blogspot.com/

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  17. very healthy.do visit my blog when you find some time.following you.

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  18. Wow!!! this is mouthwatering.. :-)

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  19. pancake looks delicious
    Dear simplyfood
    some awards are waiting for u at my blog..Please stop by to collect them

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  20. I ate it only once will try it for sure Loved it... nd i have replied to ur query :)

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  21. Very tempting & awesome looking pancakes.... Surely unique with its ingredients..... KUDOS!!!!

    Ash....
    (http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  22. Phulkas with moong dhal sounds interesting and looks delicious...nice presentation :)

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  23. Woow,,pudlas looks great dear previous recipe poori i like the most very much still that one in my eyes dear..the texture looks like our adai ,,sure this recipe taste good for all time...

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  24. Thanks for sharing the lovely recipe . Eager to try it out - I'l be making it for my daughter's tiffin tomorrow !!!

    Smita
    @ Little Food Junction

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  25. such a protein packed breakfast..yumm

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  26. wow, this can be part of my SBD menu plan, bookmarking this one. Will try this one for sure.

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