Sprouted Moong Dal Idli

Saturday,March 29, 2008 at 7:30 am Leave a comment

Sprouted moong idli

These have a strong moong taste which takes a while to get used to. So give it a couple of chances. Serve with a hot bowl of sambar or your choice of chutney and you have a hearty breakfast.


1 cup urad dal
2 cups idli rava (or 2 cups rice, soaked, dried and coarsely powdered)
1 cup sprouted moong
4 green chilies
1/2 tea spn ginger



Make idli batter with urad dal, idli rava and salt as explained in this post. Keep the batter overnight for fermentation.Next day, just before steaming idlis, grind sprouted moong with green chili paste and ginger. Do not use much water. Do not make the paste very smooth, it should be a bit coarse.

Mix the paste with batter. Steam the idlis.

Serve hot.  Serves : 4-5



Preparation time : 20mins (excluding the idli batter preparation time)

PS: Do not attempt this if your idli batter is not fermented well. These idlis are slightly harder than the plain idlis, so if the fermentation has not happened well, the idlis become rock hard. 

** recipe sent by Ramesh on 29 march 2008


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