Monday, September 5, 2011

Sprouted Moongdal & Quinoa Dosa

Are you searching for a non fermented dosa recipe??,this dosa suits prefectly for ur search, yep this dosa sounds and looks exactly like pesarattu but i used sprouted whole moongdal instead of soaked whole green grams usually we go for making usual pesarattu dosas..I skipped adding rice in this dosa and went for quinoa, needless to say this dosas are quite filling,nutritious and highly protein, this delicious green dosas tastes super marvellous when served along with spicy coconut chutney or simply with spicy garlic chutney, this healthy dosa doesnt need fermentation and you can make your dosas immediately once you finish grinding your dosa batter..


2cups Sprouted whole moongdal
1/2cup Quinoa (soaked for two hours)
2nos Green chillies
1tsp Ginger (grated)
1tsp Cumin seeds
Few coriander leaves

Grind together the sprouted moongdal, soaked quinoa along with green chillies,grated ginger,cumin seeds and few coriander leaves and salt as bit coarse paste with enough water..You can either make this batter before making dosas or you can leave them room temperature before making dosas..

Heat a non stick pan,pour a laddle of dosa batter to the hot pan, spread the dosa batter gently as a circular disc,drizzle some oil and cook on both sides until the dosa gets well cooked..

Serve hot with any sorts of spicy chutneys..

38 comments:

  1. This is such a healthy and easy recipe. Love the idea of adding quinoa to it.

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  2. Sounds very healthy, quick question..how do you sprout moongdal, I know we can sprout whole moong..very simple and nutritious dosa..

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  3. hey..same pinch..i too made sprouted whole moong dosa for breakfast...addition of quinoa is a innovative idea...makes it even more healthy n fiber rich...looks so good

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  4. This is such a healthy twist to the traditional Pesarattu. I am bookmarking this :)

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  5. Nice idea and healthy dosa. Though I have visited ur space many times, this is the first time I'm commenting. Happy to meet you thru blogger world.

    Cheers,
    Uma
    http://umaskitchenexperiments.blogspot.com

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  6. Looks beautiful and healthy...quinoa is a great substitute :)

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  7. Healthy and yummy ... like the quinoa in it .. will try this...
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  8. colourful delicious dosa looks wonderful

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  9. I love this and also adding quinoa to dosas... real helthy and filling too..
    Krithi's Kitchen
    Event: Serve It - Steamed

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  10. Healthiest dosa ever ~ will bookmark the recipe :)
    USMasala

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  11. my mil make pessaratu with moongdal.quite a healthy version too

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  12. very healthy dosa,like the twist of adding quinoa...luks yum...

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  13. Very delicious and healthy dosa. wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. i like the idea of a non fermented dosa...yummy!

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  15. i love these type of simple but too healthy dosa..handy..

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  16. very nice n healthy dosa..looks yumm

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  17. Yummm..A complete delight there.Healthy Dosa,that too a quick fix !

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  18. Loved this recipe so healthy and nutritious and no fermenting. This would be ideal for winter months.

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  19. superb healthy breakfast. what is called quinoa in tamil, telugu.

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  20. superb healthy breakfast. what is the meaning of quinoa in tamil/telugu.

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  21. That's healthy combo ...looks yum

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  22. thats a very healthy looking pancake

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  23. am constantly awestruck by the versatility of each of uir dishes Priya !! keep them comign dear :-)

    Cheers
    Kalyani
    Current Event: Fasting Foods(Vrat ka Khaana Special)

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  24. wow! looks so yummy...hope you are linking this to the CWS event dear :)

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  25. Hi Priya.. Once again I have a doubt!! :) I am new to cooking and all so don't really know what is quinoa?

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  26. Such a terrific and healthy dosa.

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  27. Delicious snack, that I would love, for sure. Great combination, and yummy!

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  28. Now, what's QUINOA called in tamil?

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  29. Anonymous, sorry i dunno wat's quinoa in tamil..

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  30. Delicious recipes,i am ur next follower,love ur blog.



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