Thursday, July 11, 2013

Moongdal & Soyachunks Fingers

Bored of making dals or gravies with over cooked mushy dals, dont worry you can make interesting evening snacks with them. One of my creation, dunno i can say so but somehow i created this damn cute crispy fingers with overcooked mushy yellow moongdal with cooked,grounded soyachunks. Trust me both makes a wonderful crispy,healthy as well as an interesting, shallow fried evening snacks. Kids will definitely love this also this fingers are vegetarian version of the famous chicken fingers.

With simple ingredients and with less efforts, these healthy nutritious fingers gets ready in a jiffy if you have some cooked dals at home. You can mix and match the veggies in case if you want to add them in this vegetarian fingers, i simply used some sauteed finely chopped carrots,capsicum and sweet corn to make this kid's friendly snacks more interesting. This is my second day of this week's blogging marathon, where i chosed an interesting theme 'Get it rolled' and these cute fingers suits prefectly for this week's theme na .Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#30.Sending this crispy fingers to my own event CWS-Yellow moongdal hosted by Manju and  to Guru's Giveaway - Kid's Special.


1/2cup Cooked yellow moongdal
25nos Soyachunks
1cup Mixed veggies (finely chopped carrot,capsicum and sweetcorn)
1no Onion(chopped)
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
Chopped coriander leaves
1/2cup Bread crumbs
Salt
Oil (for shallow frying)

Heat 2tablespoon of oil in a pan, add the chopped onions and saute for few minutes.

Add the mixed veggies, chopped green chillies, cook for few minutes until they gets half cooked.

Same time, cook the soyachunks in boiling water until they double their size,drain the water.

Squeeze out the water from the cooked soyachunks, take it in mixie and grind as bit coarse mixture.

Now take the cooked moongdal,grounded soyachunks,sauteed veggies,chopped coriander leaves, bread crumbs,garam masala and salt in a bowl.

Mash and mix well everything, take medium size balls from the mixture and roll it as medium size rolls.

Arrange the rolls in fridge for an hour before shallow frying.

Heat oil for shallow frying, drop the fingers one by one, fry in medium flame until they turns brown.

Drain the excess of oil with a paper towel.

Enjoy with ketchup or sweet chilly sauce.

39 comments:

  1. Very yummy and healthy fingers, the kids will finish it no time. Thanks akka will try it soon...

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  2. wow...these luk so yumm...and healthy too !!!

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  3. What an interesting way to use moongdhal? Wonderful Snack Akka..

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  4. That looks so tempting...nice recipe

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  5. lovely combo and delicious starter :)

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  6. Looks so delicious Priya, healthy low carb version of the regular cutlets, I will definitely try this for my kids :)

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  7. Interesting and filling snack...looks yummy n inviting..super a snack ready pannidreenga, nice :)

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  8. That's a great invention Priya akka :) Healthy & tasty snack it is !!

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  9. this is an innovative vegetable finger

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  10. Priya, this look so delicious and healthy. loved it.

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  11. Delicious and mouthwatering fingers.
    Deepa

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  12. yumm, lovely looking little snack :)

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  13. What shall i call u super cook? super mom or Super blogger?? Wait i will call u all in one .. u get so interesting ideas and recipes :)

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  14. wow sooperbb healthy finger food.. love it..

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  15. looking crispy and healthy fingers

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  16. a good idea for iftar... looks delicious...

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  17. yummy and super akka.healthy with moongdal

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  18. This crispy tempting fingers must be very tasty.

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  19. yummy finger food, how about put them in gravy too? kofta curry? will try both ways. very delicious idea.

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  20. Now that's a nice way to sneak in soya.. these look fingerlicking good.

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  21. moong dhal and veggies what a healthy combo, love it sis...

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  22. Very very healthy n tempting fingers... super clicks...

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  23. I for one sec thought these are fish fingers, veg kuda nv madhuri present panna ungalalatha mudiyum samma combi

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  24. Wow priya, love your presentation and idea..very neat ones...

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  25. My kids will definitely love these!

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  26. So tempting perfect with a cup of tea.

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  27. Health packed rolls..with a good ness of everything.good one Priya.

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  28. Awesome looking rolls. Love the addition of soy chunks..

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  29. Another awesome innovative recipe Priya. Perfect and healthy evening snack :)

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  30. Moongdal & Soya chunks fingers look just awesome and protein rich snack.

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  31. What an inviting color! Kids would love this and it is healthy too.

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  32. Superb and mouthwatering.....

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  33. Love these cute looking fingers. Looks absolutely delicious..

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