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322 green moong dal recipes


Last Updated : Jul 03,2018




Green Moong Dal Recipes

Lentils are legumes with lots of health benefits. They are a staple food of Indian cuisine. It is the most adaptable ingredient to cook various Indian delicacies like dal, khichdi, dosa, payasam, fritters etc. Different regions in India have different favorite dals. There are different dals like masoor, moong, urad, toor, chana dal etc. Do not hoard dals in large quantitry in kitchen. Store them in a cool, dry place inside an air-tight container to keep them free from bugs. If you want to store cooked dals, then store them in the freezer section.

Today we will be exploring some recipes made using Moong dal. Moong dal is little green seeds that are yellowish inside. Moong beans are used for cooking both sweet and savory dishes. They are eaten whole, sprouted, split with the skin and without the skin. They are a good source of protein and dietary fiber. Cooked green grams are easy to digest.
 

Green Moong Dal Breakfast Recipes:

Moong Dal Dosa:

Pesarattu dosa or moong dal dosa is a protein filled, healthy breakfast option. Serve these crispy dosa with coconut chutney.

Dal Ke Parathe:

Stuffed paratha generally fits into any meal. When stuffed with lentils , it turns into a wholesome dish. Kick start your morning with this power packed Dal Ke Parathe breakfast!

Moong Dal Waffles with Stir fried Vegetables:

Ditch refined flour, add some proteins. This savory waffles with crunchy, colorful vegetables are just amazing!

Rice and Moong Dal Idli:

Substitute urad dal with moong dal to make these protein-rich, fluffy Rice Moong Dal idlis.
 

Green Moong Dal Snacks:

Mixed Dal Handvo:

Handvo is a traditional Gujarati savory cake made using a combination of lentils, vegetables and curd/buttermilk. It is crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. You can even bake it for a healthier version.

Mini Green Moong Dal Chilla:

Chilla are simple pancakes made using flour. Here, we have made chilla using green moong dal which are rich in nutrients. Relish them with some green chutney and ketchup.

Moong Dal Dahi Vada:

Dahi vada are urad dal fritters dunked in curd and chutney, we have given these deep fried dumplings a healthy twist by substituting urad dal with moong dal.
 

Green Moong Dal Main Course Recipes:

A hot bowl of khichdi is what I called comfort food. Cut some extra carbs from your diet and try our nutritious brown rice khichdi.

Spicy Green Moong Dal Khichdi

Khichdi is a humble one pot meal made using very few ingredients. Often known as sick food, try this spicy Green Moong Dal Khichdi version to tantalize your taste buds. Don’t forget “ Khichdi ke char yaar – Ghee, Papad, Raita aur Achaar

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Recipe# 813
09 Jul 18
 
by Tarla Dalal
A delicacy from the heartland of Gujarat, Handvo is a unique dish baked in a Kadhai over a traditional tempering and sautéed veggies. Here, we have used a batter of green moong dal which gives a homely flavour and enticing mouth-feel. Ingredients like s ....
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Recipe# 4665
05 Apr 18
 
by Tarla Dalal
Rice and Moong Dal Idli is a variant of the most popular South Indian snack, Idli, which is traditionally made with rice and urad dal. The well-tested proportions of rice and green moong dal used in this recipe result in a pleasant texture, taste and colour, which will be loved by all your family me ....
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Recipe# 32778
26 Jun 18
 by Tarla Dalal
A versatile, traditional south indian recipe, which goes just as well with rice as with puris or chapatis.
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Recipe# 42217
14 Mar 18
 by Tarla Dalal
These thin, savoury pancakes are so tasty you will love to snack on them any time; at the same time they are so satiating that you can even have them for breakfast. Made with a batter of mixed dals perked up with ginger, green chillies and other ingredients, the Mixed Dal Chila is both tasty and ....
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Recipe# 583
06 Jul 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Mixed dal handvo is a traditional gujarati savoury cake, which is a nutritious meal in its own right when served with chutney and buttermilk. Although readymade flour is available in the market, we suggest you try this version to experience the true flavour. The grated bottle gourd is a very critica ....
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Recipe# 33412
20 Aug 13
 by Tarla Dalal
Dahi kachori, although rooted in the north, this filling snack has found its own place in the good old streets of mumbai! it’s a challenge to deftly bite into this king-sized snack. However well you do it, you will have a spot of chutney ooze out onto your face… be a sport, it is part of the roadsid ....
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Recipe# 39566
30 Mar 18
 
by Tarla Dalal
Sometimes we yearn for the soothing comfort of homemade khichdi, but also feel like having something spicier. When in two minds, go for the Spicy Green Moong Dal Khichdi. Made of rice and wholesome green moong dal, this flavourful khichdi gets its punch from sautéed onion and garlic, along with a tr ....
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Recipe# 3645
06 Jul 18
 by Tarla Dalal
This three-in-one treat is a typical Rajasthani treat. The Rajasthanis specialise in serving sweet and savoury dishes in combinations that steal the heart and delight the taste buds. A platter of semi-sweet Churma, spicy Dal and deep-fried Baati, is one ....
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Recipe# 678
04 Jan 17
 
by Tarla Dalal
Dal is one of the main sources of proteins for vegetarians, and hence a part of the staple diet of most Indians. This wholesome, non-spicy recipe pools in the goodness of three varieties of dal—moong, masoor and ura ....
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Recipe# 765
30 Mar 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Healthful moong dal takes the form of a tasteful paratha here! Cooked moong dal, along with potato for binding, onions for crunch and a range of spices for added flavour, makes a great stuffing for parathas that are crisp from outside and soft inside. You will enjoy the unique combination of spices ....
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Recipe# 38909
23 Sep 13
 by Tarla Dalal
While the dhokla subzi is a brilliant accompaniment for rotis, it can also be served as a one-dish meal as it features a wholesome gravy with turai and sweet corn, topped with pieces of protein-rich dhoklas.
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Recipe# 33265
16 May 10
 by Tarla Dalal
Kachoris are a delight for the diner – nutritious and tasty at the same time. But the one black spot that usually mars the goodness of kachoris is that they are deep-fried. Here is a non-fried version of kachori that you’re sure to enjoy as much as the original. You can now indulge in the protein bo ....
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Recipe# 39159
05 Jul 14
 by Tarla Dalal
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Here is a nourishing dish that displays many characteristic rajasthan flavours. Made of four dals cooked simply with conventional spices, ginger and chillies, with a dash of lemon for added tang, the tangy green moong dal should be enjoyed fresh with hot masala baati. You can have it with any roti o ....
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Recipe# 1387
05 Apr 18
 by Tarla Dalal
Amidst drum rolls and lots of pomp, we present a non-fried version of none other than one of the most popular chaats... Dahi Vada. Be careful not to soak the vadas beyond 2-3 minutes, to prevent them from breaking. This is a heavy snack so, I suggest you do not indulge in more than one serving.
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green moong dal
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 on 26 Jun 18 10:27 PM


I gave up as I do not understand what a cup is. PM
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Tarla Dalal    HI Paul, One cup is approximately 200gm. Do try the recipes and let us know how you enjoyed it. Happy cooking !!
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27 Jun 18 08:57 AM
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