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Sprouted Moong Dosa

Here comes a simple and healthy version of Dosa for everyone. This is easy, quick yet a very nutritious recipe. No fermentation is needed to make this dosa. Green grams are rich in Vitamin B1, B9, magnesium and phosphorous. When a legume is sprouted it becomes more digestible. It also becomes richer in zinc and iron. Overall nutritional content of the legume is enriched. 

1.       2 cups sprouted Green Gram(Green Moong)
2.       ¼ cup semolina (Soji Rawa)
3.       1 teaspoon of dried fenugreek leaves (Kasoori Methi)
4.       ½ teaspoon Cumin Seeds
5.       1-2 green chilies
6.       ½ teaspoon grated ginger
7.       Salt as per taste
8.       Oil as required
9.       Water as required

Serving for 3 people

1.  Grind sprouted green gram, ginger, dried fenugreek leaves, cumin seeds and green chilly into a fine paste by adding little water.
2.  In a pan pour mixture prepared in step 1, add semolina, salt and little water to make a batter and keep it aside for 10 minutes.

3.   Consistency of batter shall be similar to dosa batter.
4.   Put a pan on medium flame, add ½ teaspoon of oil and spread the batter on pan.
5.   Cover it with lid and let it cook on low flame for 5 minutes.
6.  Turn the dosa and let it get cook for one more minute.

7.  Nutritious green dosa is ready to eat.
8.   Serve with chutney, tomato ketch up, curd or pickle as you like.

Preparation tips:
1.  It’s important to cook dosa on low flame as sprouted moong dosa batter burns quickly.
2.  This dosa can be prepared with zero oil on non-stick pan.
3.  ½ cup of rice flour can be added if you like crispy dosa.


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