Thursday, March 21, 2013

Corn & Moongdal Dosa/ Corn Pesarattu

If i forget to grind usual idly batter,obviously my mind will go for non fermentation dosa batters. Moongdal batter works out wonder and i do prepare quite often this batter at home. Sometimes i mix and match the ingredients,needless to say my space have a variety of this kind of non fermentation dosas. This time i tried my hands by mixing both sweet corn kernels and green whole moongdal, trust me this combo rocks and the picture will speak definitely a lot.

Serve this nutritious dosas with your favourite side dishes,definitely your dinner or breakfast will satisfy your tastebuds. If you want to add more dals like channadal,toor dal dont hesitate a second, soak them along with whole green moongdal and make this dosa batter.Nutritious and protein packed dosas,just enjoy with a spicy chutney, am sure everyone at home will love it.Sending to my event CWS- Dals.



2cups Whole green gram (soaked overnite or 6hours)
1cup Sweet corn kernels
2nos Green chillies
1no Ginger (small piece)
2tbsp Coriander leaves (chopped)
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
Salt
1no Onion (chopped)

Mince the ginger and chop the green chillies.

Grind the soaked whole green grams along with sweet corn kernels, chopped green chillies, minced ginger, chopped coriander leaves and cumin seeds as smooth paste with enough salt..

Heat a tawa, pour a ladle full of batter, and  turn the batter as dosa.

Springle the chopped onion chunks over the batter, cook on both sides until the pesarattu turns brown.

Serve with ginger chutney.

42 comments:

  1. this looks so healthy priya....nice one.

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  2. Nice idea of making meal healthy :)

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  3. Hi Priya, This looks delicious.. I have cornmeal on my hand, will it work same as this?
    My 17 month old kid love to have Dosai. Will try it soon.
    Thanks a bunch for visiting my site.

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  4. Yummy n healthy Pesarattu..feel like having it now!

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  5. Akka am being tired of commenting her;) evaluate fast eh neenga blog update panraangaaa hats off to ur commitment ...neenga super ..n this corn pesarattu sounds yummy will try this weekend

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  6. i too posted dosai today..same pinch...yummy .Ongoing event:
    Celebrate - Easter
    in my blog.

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  7. Akka epsi akka? How do u come up with such lovely ideas..Kalakitinga dosa looks super delicious :)

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  8. Addition of corn sounds interesting !

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  9. Never tried this combo of moong dal and corn in dosa, looks very crispy and yumm..

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  10. this looks really interesting, priyaji... seriously, your recipes rock!!! :)

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  11. Eppadi Priya eppadiellam yosikureenga, super delicious and healthy.

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  12. Awesome & healthy option for breakfast :)

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  13. Nice combination priyaa. Shud try this.

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  14. Nice combo and healthy akka...
    i have corn in fridge def i ll try this...

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  15. I'm fascinated with the types of thosais available dear. I have only eaten the normal thosai and ghee sugar thosai...how sad!

    Yours looking soooo good dear sis ;)

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  16. using corn ,very different.nice idea.

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  17. This is so delicious and so healthy!!! thanks for sharing Priya!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - HITS - Diabetic Friendly
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  18. Would really love to try corn in my dosas!

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  19. I made a moong dosa too but with whole moong. THis is a nice twist to pesarattu.

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  20. ungkalukku naan kalakkal priyaannu thaan peyar vaikka pookiReen

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  21. Nice combo, Akka.. Delicious Dosa packed with nutrition..

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  22. I love the side dish there, makes me hungry...

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  23. loved the addition of corn in this,yummy n healthy breakfast..Loved it!!

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  24. Hi Priya, this looks delicious. My 17 month old girl love dosa. Can I use cornmeal as an alternative for corn kernels?
    Thanks for visiting my space.

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  25. Really a Healthy Dosa Priya... nice recipe

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  26. super dooper pesarattu,wonderful combo..the pesarattu got a nice color..

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  27. Corn & moong, nice variation. loved that color.

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  28. yummy dosa priya so good and perfect combination.

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  29. Love the creativity Priya. Please do send your delicious and healthy dish to my "Healthy Me & Healthy Us" event @ my blog (read the rules please)

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  30. Radhika, you have to sprinkle the chopped onions once you spread the batter as dosa,not to add the onions to the batter.

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  31. Hi Priya, I tried this corn Dosai last weekend, Came out just perfect. My 18 month girl had whole one Dosai. :) Thanks for such a nice and healthy recipe.

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