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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

LeftOver Moong Dal Paratha | Paratha Recipes

    Leftover's are big head ache to any women or at least for me.One day i cooked more moong dal for making dal but i was not using all of them.I kept in fridge and used next day for making this yummy moong dal paratha.
Moong dal paratha

Quick info:Moong dal paratha is a traditional rajasthani paratha.
       I kneaded moongdal along with wheat flour.You can also do stuffing with moong dal along with onion,fresh coriander leaves etc(if you are trying to stuff then cook moong dal until tender not mushy).Some people soak and crush the moong dal to pieces(without pressure cooking0 and use it as filling or mix them up along with wheat flour.If you like little tang, you can add amchur powder or yogurt while mixing up.
Over all this is a soft,delicious and mildly spiced paratha,going to take a favourite spot in breakfast,brunch,dinner .
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   look for more paratha in blog aloo paratha,methi paratha,green channa paratha

                                 Moong Dal Paratha | Paratha Recipes

LeftOver Moong Dal Paratha                    How to cook Leftover Moong Dal Paratha

 Cuisine: North Indian  Category:Breakfast  Yields:12   Prep time:5 minutes Cook time:20 minutes Total time:25 minutes


Ingredients:
  • 3 cups wheat flour
  • 3/4 cup of cooked dal
  • salt required.
  • 1/2 tsp chili powder
  • 1/2 tsp coriander powder.
  • 1/4 tsp garam masala.
  • turmeric powder required.
  • 1 1/4 cup water(adjust).
  • More flour for dusting.
  • Oil/ghee for frying the paratha.
Preparation:
How to make Moong dal paratha:
  • Mix wheat flour ,dal,chili powder,coriander powder,garam masala and turmeric.
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  • If you are not using the leftover dal.Pressure cook the dal with enough water and turmeric until mushy.Drain excess water and mash it fine.
  • Add this to other ingredients.
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  • Knead to a smooth dough with 1 1/4 cup water or more if required.(If you have cooked water of dal reserve it for making some soup).
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  • Rest it for 2 hours.
  • Separate in to 12 equal portions.
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  • Dust it with enough flour(because we added dal,it will be more sticky than regular parathas).
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  • Roll it to thick parathas.
  • Add paratha to tava.
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  • Cook that side until bubbles come up.
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  • Flip it and cook other side.Add oil to both sides.(can add ghee if desired).
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  • Similar way make other parathas too.
  • Moong dal paratha is ready to served.
  • Serve with raita or any sabzi.
dal paratha ready

Note:

  • Similar way you can make paratha with chana dal too.
  • You can add green chilies,onion,coriander leaves,jeera/cumin powder etc for more flavour.
  • Add more flour for dusting to lessen the mess.

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24 comments:

  1. brilliant idea to use left overs. Healthy and delicious

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  2. awesome paratha......
    will try soon...

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  3. Very delicious, nice way of using leftover dal..

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  4. Yummy, indulging and inviting paratha Sathya! Just perfect! :D

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  5. lovely preparation. Will try the stuffed variety soon.

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  6. Moong dal paratha looks really yumm.

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  7. Nice way to use leftover dal.. Parathas look delicious.

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  8. A nice way to convert left over moong dal....n looks delicious..... :)

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  9. Very tempting paranthas. Great way to use leftover moong dal. Yummy :)

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  10. Wow.such a cute luking rotis.i love chapathi always.n this idea is just smart..

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  11. Healthy recipe,love the filling

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  12. I often make leftover daal paratha, Sathya! Your pictures forcing me to make it again!! yumm!!

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  13. thats a good way to empty off left over...

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  14. Yes, I do similar parathas with any kind of left over dal.. great Clicks Sathya:)

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  15. parathas looks so soft and melt in a mouth

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  16. healthy and delicious parathas

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  17. I often make same parathas with any leftover dal..lovely clicks dear & yummy

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  18. I came across your blog while looking for some moong dal recipes and liked a lot. How amazing! I will keep an eye on your post.

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