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Have-You-Tried-These-Yellow-Moong-Dal-Recipes?

Have You Tried These Yellow Moong Dal Recipes?

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26.06.2020

Yellow moong dal is a highly nutritious ingredient that you should include as a part of your regular diet. According to a calorie counter followed by many fitness enthusiasts, this is what one cup, that is 100g of cooked yellow moong dal contains:

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Nutritional Information
Carbs 20g
Dietary Fiber 8g
Sugar 1g
Fat 0g
Protein 7g
Sodium 2mg
Potassium 266mg
Cholesterol –mg

Yellow moong dal recipes are a definite go-to, especially if you are just recovering from an illness because it is easily digested and is high in protein and dietary fibre. This particular dal is also recommended for those who are pregnant or lactating as it provides the body with essential nutrients.

What Can You Make With Yellow Moong Dal Recipes?

This versatile ingredient is a part of almost every Indian kitchen. From dosas to khichdi, to delicious desserts, there are yellow moong dal recipes for everything!

In this article, we will give you three tasty recipes you’re going to want to try immediately- yellow moong dal dosa, dal tadka, and moong dal halwa. We’ve scoured the internet to bring you some of the best yellow moong dal recipes, and we hope you try them!

Yellow Moong Dal Dosa

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You may have found many yellow moong dal dosa recipes, but have you tried this one? Dosas are a staple breakfast, especially in South Indian households. This variety of dosa is not as time-consuming to prepare as the traditional one, so it is especially good to try if you are running short of time. Note that things marked optional can be avoided if you are preparing this for young children.

First, here are the ingredients you need:

  • 1 1/2 cups of yellow moong dal
  • 1 inch ginger, grated or chopped
  • 1 teaspoon cumin (jeera)
  • 2 green chillies, chopped (optional)
  • 2 onions, chopped (optional)
  • Salt to taste

The next steps in this yellow moong dal dosa recipe are listed below:

  • Soak the dal for 20-30 minutes in warm water
  • Drain the water from the dal and add it to a blender along with the ginger, cumin, and salt
  • Grind to a consistency that is similar to dosa batter
  • You can add the chopped onions and chillies to the batter or fry them and keep aside to use as a topping
  • On a tawa, add a little oil and let it heat up
  • Using a ladle, pour batter onto the tawa and spread evenly like a regular dosa
  • After a minute or two, flip it and let it cook on the other side
  • Take this off the tawa and serve with your favourite chutney or sambar!

Yellow Moong Dal Tadka

 

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This is one of the easiest and healthiest yellow moong dal recipes. It’s so simple to make, it could easily become a daily feature at the dinner table!

  • Take one cup of dal, two chopped green chillies, one chopped tomato in a pressure cooker
  • Add three cups of water, salt to taste, a pinch of turmeric powder, and red chilli powder
  • Pressure cook for 3 whistles and turn it off
  • Season with oil, curry leaves, and cumin seeds. You can also add chopped coriander for some freshness
  • Enjoy your wholesome dal tadka with roti or rice!

Yellow Moong Dal Halwa

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The third of our yellow moong dal recipes, this easy to make halwa is the perfect dessert to satisfy your sweet cravings!

For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:

  • 1 cup moong dal
  • 10 tbsp ghee
  • 1/3 tsp cardamom powder
  • 10-12 unsalted pistachios or almonds
  • 1 tbsp raisins
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of sugar

There are two parts to the process:

  • Grind the soaked moong dal after draining the water. While grinding, make sure to add water little at a time until a thick paste is formed
  • Use a non-stick pan. Add the ghee to the pan and heat it on a medium flame
  • To this ghee, add the moong dal paste. Keep stirring it until lumps form and break away and the moong dal separates from the ghee
  • At the same time, using another pan, heat the milk, water, and sugar and mix until the sugar dissolves. Bring this mixture to a boil
  • Add the milk mixture to the now separated moong dal and ghee and mix evenly
  • Continue to keep it on a low flame and mix until the ghee starts separating again
  • Once you find it to be cooked enough, add the cardamom powder, pistachios or almonds and mix well
  • Eat this hot, and enjoy!

We hope you enjoy this selection of yellow moong dal recipes. Make sure to use only the best quality of dal to get both the best nutrition and the best taste! As is the case with most food items, make sure to consume yellow moong dal carefully and not in excess.

 

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