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Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to Make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast

By Homemaderecipes
Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed BreakfastHow to make Green Gram Dosa - It's a traditional south indian breakfast recipe which is made from moong dal and urad dal to makes it nutritious, stuffed with protein and incredibly satisfying morning meal a great way to start your day. 
It usually accompanied with chutneys such as peanut chutney, coconut chutney, onion tomato chutney, coriander chutney.

This is also called to as moong dal cheela is crunchy dosa many people make thick dosa like adai and a few make it crunchy, you may make it in any way you like but we love too thin and crunchy.

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
Moong dal dosa is in the form of a pancake which is made by using moong dal and rice…Here in order to make this recipe with whole green moong dal and urad dal is soaked overnight and blended into a batter and fermented.
Green gram has lots of health benefits and making different green gram recipes like sprouts or khichdi which is very good for health.
Moong dal is obtained in two forms one is yellow moong dal and the other is whole green moong dal that is green gram and both the lentils are good for health and should be included in our diet frequently…

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
Recently I started two theme games, with my co-blogger vidya(which I already shared about it on my page HOSTING RECIPE CHALLENGES). 

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
So this month, our event is Recipe swap..means A lot of times, we try bookmark our fellow bloggers recipes but never really find the time to try it. In this challenge, we have chance to try their recipes.
This time my partner under this challenge is very good person and a very talented blogger - Priya Satheesh  ,who blogs at priyasmenu.com I loved most of the recipes from her blog, she recently created 100 chutney's menu that's incredible, will try chutney recipes next time.

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed BreakfastThis time I recreate her yummy Green Gram dosa with Peanut chutney recipe.
This green gram dosa is made from moong dal and urad dal which makes it very healthy and satisfying morning meal a great way to start my day. I have made few changes in dosa and peanut chutney too, just according to my family taste buds. 

Thanks so much Priya for this great recipe, me and my husband really liked and enjoyed it :))
Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
You can check the peanut chutney with step by step process with photos here.
I have some other dosa varieties in my blog, you can check poha dosa and soft dosa.
Ingredients :
For Dosa :
Green gram / Moong Dal / Pachapayir - 1 cup
Urad dal - 1/4 cup
Salt
Toppings
chopped onion - 1 tbsp
chopped fresh coriander leaves - 1 tbsp
oil for frying the dosa
For Chutney :
Peanuts - 1 cup
Ginger - 1/2 inch
Garlic cloves - 4 no
Seedless tamarind/Imli- 1/2 lime size
Jaggery/gud - 1/2 tbsp
Salt to taste
Oil - 1 teaspoon
For Tempering :
Dried Red chillies - 1 no
Mustard seeds - 1/2 Tsp
Urad dal - 1 Tsp
Oil - 2 Tsp
Few Curry leaves
Preparation Method :
For Preparing Dosa :
1. Soak green gram dal and urad dal overnight in a water. Then soak and drained it.

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
2. Grind it in a mixer,adding with some water to make a smooth batter. 

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
2. Add salt and ferment it for 6 hrs.

Green Gram Dosa and Peanut Chutney, How to make Moong Dal Dosa Recipe | Healthy Protein Packed Breakfast
3. On a pan or griddle, smear little oil. With a big ladle or spoon, pour the dosa batter and shape it into a round by helping with ladle. 


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