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Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sprouted Green Moongdal-Mushrooms Masala - a Microwave Recipe

Mushrooms are real fat cutters and sprouted moongdal is rich in protein.U can substitute a handful of chopped spinach for boiled potato to make it even healthier.Try this tasty sidedish.U can use this simple and tasty masala as a filling for masala Dosa or sandwich or chapati roll or stuffed chapati or in buffs,samaosa or a sidedish for Puri,steamed rice or rice varieties.Try this masala at home and Enjoy easy cooking at home.Bon Appetit!.

Sprouted Green Moongdal and Mushrooms Masala - a Microwave Recipe

Ingredients:

100 gm sprouted green moongdal - cleaned and soaked for 15 mins
3 button mushrooms -chopped and M/W on high with a pinch of salt and 1 tsp oil for a min
a small potato - boiled and mashed
1 small sized onion - sliced
2 green chillies - slit
1/2 tsp chilli powder or subji masala or mutton masala
a pinch of turmeric powder
1/2 ginger- garlic paste
1/2 tsp saunf seeds
1/2 tsp garam masala
few coriander leaves and curry leaves
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp refined oil
50 ml water

Directions

1.Heat 2 tsp oil adding mustard seeds,saunf seeds,sliced onions,ginger-garlic paste,green chillies,coriander leaves in a microwave-safe bowl for 2 mins on high and take it out when done,mix and M/W this on high for a min more.
2.Add soaked sprouted moongdal,garam masala,chilli powder and turmeric powder(or subji masala) and salt.Mix this with sprouted green moongdal,mashed potato oil-sauteed Mushrooms or chopped spinach.Microwave this on high with 100 ml water for 4-5 mins.
3.Now,add the chopped coriander leaves and M/W for a min more or till it becomes dry.Keep this aside.
4.Serve it to accompany as a filling for masala Dosa or sandwich or chapati roll or stuffed chapati or in buffs,samaosa or a sidedish for Puri,steamed rice or rice varieties.

Submitting this post to ongoing Cooking with Seeds- Moongdal Event hosted by Priya's Easy and Tasty Recipes 

4 comments:

Alice Lynn Alfred said...

Hello Dear Friend!! So sorry I haven't been visiting as much as I would like ~ life has been getting busy and I have felt the Lord calling me to just sit at His feet more, and at the computer less. But, I am so thankful for your wonderful, kind words ~ they alwaysw warm my heart and I feel the love of Jesus when you share!! Now, this meal looks amazing ~ your blog makes me want to become an Indian cook!! I just saw the link for apple fritters ~ I think I am going to have to check that out next!! Much love ~alice

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Alice for dropping in and comforting needy ppl.

Jay said...

wow...wat a tasty n healthy preparation dear..:)

Tasty Appetite

revathi said...

Tasty dish prepared in a very healthy way..
Yummy.:)
Reva