Green Moong Daal Dosa (Pesarattu)

Green moong daal (Pesarattu) dosa  is a popular breakfast dish of Andhra Pradesh.  This recipe does not require overnight fermentation. Just soak the moong daal overnight, grind it and make a healthy dosa for breakfast. Adding Oats and Quinoa makes it more delicious and nutrient. Usually this dosa is served with rava upma and Allam Pachadi (ginger chutney). Goes well with tomato or coconut chutney and sambhar.

Green Moog Daal Dosa( Pesarattu)
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Servings Prep Time
4 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Green Moog Daal Dosa( Pesarattu)
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
4 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Ingredient for green moong daal dosa.
  2. Soak moong daal into water for overnight. Grind quinoa and oats separately and make a fine powder. Keep it aside.
  3. Grind moong daal with chili, ginger, coriander leaves with very little water. Make a fine paste.
  4. Add quinoa and oats powder, asafoetida and salt in to moog daal paste to make pour consistency. Add little water if needed. Cover it and keep it aside for 1/2 an hr for better result however you can make it immediately as well.
  5. Heat non-stick tava at medium heat. Sprinkle some water to check if the tava is hot and wipe the same with tissue paper. Pour one big scoop moong daal batter on hot tava and spread it in to circle evenly. Cover it for 30 sec using big lid. Let it cook at medium heat.
  6. Remove the lid, sprinkle some oil on dosa and cook till slightly brown color.
  7. Roll the dosa with spatula.
  8. Remove from the tava and place it on to a plate.
  9. Healthy crunchy moong daal dosa( pesarattu) is ready to be serve.
  10. Enjoy it hot with Allam Pachadi (ginger chutney) or coconut or tomato chutney and sambhar.
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2 thoughts on “Green Moong Daal Dosa (Pesarattu)”

  1. My kids and husband really liked it! They haven’t liked moong dal dosas in the past but with the addition of quinoa/oats/rice they tasted really good! I couldn’t get them crispy though..

    1. Thanks you for sharing this. Glad that your family liked the taste. Cooking at medium heat should make it crispy. Did you cook the dosa at medium heat?

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