Stuffed Moong Daal Cheela


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Wholesome moong dal pancakes topped with paneer and spices. Serve it for breakfast or as starters for parties.

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Stuffed Moong Daal Cheela recipe - How to make Stuffed Moong Daal Cheela

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     4
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Preparing cheela batter :

    Preparing cheela batter :
  1. Grind soaked moong dal to a fine paste . it will be green in color , if you dont want green
  2. Wash daal thoroughly in the morning and remove the chilka by mincing .
  3. Add salt , chilli powder, asafoetida. keep it aside

For the filling:

    For the filling:
  1. Heat oil in a pan, add cumin seeds and onions .
  2. Fry till golden brown . add all the spices , then add puree .
  3. Fry till oil separates . add mushrooms and carrots .
  4. Cook for just 1 or 2 mins (don''t overcook the vegetables).
  5. Add paneer and softly mix it .
  6. Finely add fresh coriander and garam masala.

Cooking cheela :

    Cooking cheela :
  1. On a non-stick skillet just add few drops of oil and spread the batter smoothly like a dosa (not too big).
  2. Let it cook and then flip the side . when both sides are done , put 1 table spoon of filling and wrap the cheela .
  3. Serve with imli and mint chutney.

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This recipe was contributed by rshilpy001 on 21 Dec 2006

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Stuffed Moong Daal Cheela
 on 11 Jan 16 02:11 PM

This recipe is soooo good.I have not included mushroom and paneer because my mother wanted something simple and she thoroughly dislikes paneer. So I excluded these 2 ingredients and i was little afraid with the thought that it might not taste good because of this.After cooking,I was surprised because it was so delicious.Next time ,Im including those 2 missed out ingredients for a greater richness of taste in a desi style.
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Tarla Dalal    Thanks Neha. Great the recipe worked for you. Its been contributed by a member on
11 Jan 16 03:40 PM