Monday, August 26, 2013

Mooong Dal -Vegetable Dosa (Hesaru Bele Tarakari /Dose)

Moong daal is called Hesaru bele in Kannada. It is also called pesarittu in telugu. Adding vegetables to moong dal dough makes the dosa very tasty. We can have this dosa for breakfast, or as evening snack or for dinner too. Its a healthy dish and will be liked by all age group people.

Things Needed:
Moong Dal: 2 Cups
Rava(Samolina): 1/2 Cup
Coconut: 2 Table spoons
Green chilly : 2
Ginger: an inch
Curry leaves :  8 to 10
Coriander leaves : 2 ti 3 Table spoon
Carrots : 2
Capsicum:1
Jeera: 1/2 Tea spoon
Salt: Required.
Water: 1/2 Cup
Oil: 4 to 5 Table spoons.

Method:
1. Wash and soak MoonDaal for 2 to 3 hours. Wash coriander leaves and ginger and grate ginger and coconut and keep it aside.
2. Wash carrots and capsicum. Cut capsicum into very small and thin pieces and grate carrots.
3. Now grind moong dal, grated coconut, ginger, coriander leaves and curry leaves adding jeera and green chilly, nicely using little water.
4. Remove the ground moong daal mxture from the jar and put it in a bowl.
5. Add salt and rava to the mixture and mix it nicely.  Add grated carrots and cut capsicum and leave the prepared dough for 5 minutes.
6. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Sprinkle oil around it.
7. Take a spoonful of Moong dal dough and spread it on the pan. Cook on medium heat for 10 to 15 seconds, Turn the dosa other side and cook for 10 seconds.
8. Serve Moong dal Rava dosa with a spoon of ghee on the top and any kind of chutney or chutney powder.

Note : Grind the moong dal till paste. Cook on low or medium flame. Use a medium size rava.(samolina). Must cut capsicum into thin slice. You can also add cut onions to the dough.

Serves 2 to 3.



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