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November 19, 2009

Mung Dal Dosa and Coriander Peanut Chutney

I just loved the texture of  Mung dosa- thick, spongy and soft! Imagine the taste when it is slathered with coriander peanut garlic chutney! Both make a perfect pair.



I found this recipe from a cookbook.
Mung Dal Dosa
Serves 3
Ingredients:
Soak these in water for 2 hours:
Mung dal(yellow)-1/2 cup
Boiled rice or Sona masoori rice-1 cup
Fenugreek seeds-1 tsp

Other Ingredients:
Hing-1/4 tsp
Salt
Red chilli-1
Curry leaves
Green chilli chopped-1
Chopped ginger-1 tsp
Sour Yogurt-1/3 cup

Method:
After soaking the dal and rice, rinse and grind along with red chilli, salt and hing with some water to a coarse paste. The batter should be of dosa batter consistency-neither too thick nor too thin.
Add rest of the ingredients and mix well.
Heat a flat griddle. Spread some oil. When the griddle is hot, pour a ladle full of batter and spread it  in circular fashion. Drizzle oil around the corners. When one side turns golden brown, flip and cook the other side.

Coriander peanut chutney
Ingredients:
Coriander leaves-a handful
Roasted unsalted peanuts-2 tbsp
Coconut-3 tbsp
Garlic(optional)-2 cloves
Red chillies-2
Salt
Tamarind-tiny piece

Method:
Grind all the ingredients to a smooth paste adding some water.

36 comments:

  1. Ooh!!! Yummy Dosa and delicious chutney..Excellent combo..Love to grab it now,Though i m full :)

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  2. I just love moong daal dosa .. the chutney is so delicious, never tried this combo

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  3. Yummy dosa and chutney.. Looks tempting...

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  4. Quick dosa and aromatic chutney- would be such a great tiffin!

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  5. Moong dosa is one of my fav! Havent tried this chutney though..

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  6. never knew this was possible! must try :)

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  7. looks so yumm...have to try out that chutney..sounds so good..

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  8. My mom used to make those for me!! You can also use a mixed dal batter.

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  9. Nice dosa recipe than regular one and good for a change! Nice pic too. :)

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  10. have never tried moong dhal dosa... looks yummy... After asking you all those questions about a mixie, I bought one... should use that for this dosa batter :)

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  11. Nice combo, perfect for each other.
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  12. Dosa and chutney both together makes me hungry..Mahi click romba superaa irruku..bright colour plate and all makes the click so beautiful..

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  13. looks really good, the peanut chutney is new to me with give it a try.

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  14. The way you told about the slatthering of the chutney on to the dosa makes me want them.

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  15. Yummy and delicious dosa ...Love the cute greeny chutney.

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  16. Looks so delicious, a definite yummy combo.

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  17. Tempting dosa dear,nice color..will try it soon...

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  18. I love different kinds of dosas. This looks lovely & so does the chutney

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  19. I;ve not had it with rice in the mix.. just as mung chilas. Looks very good.

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  20. You are right Mahimaa the chutneys are quite similar, loved your variation on the chutney and the dosai looks really soft and delicious!

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  21. Nice Recipe. I make the chilla with mung dal, but this is just adding the rice extra. will do this next time. nice change in flavor and taste to the regular.

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  22. ur picture tempts me to have that dosa right now...

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  23. ur picture tempts me to have that dosa right now...

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  24. blog-hopped and got here.. nice photos and i see you have designed your blog in a very nice way! loved it. Recipes look yum!

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  25. I've never tried moong dal dosa. Should try sometime. The colour of the chutney is super refreshing.

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  26. that garlic in the chutney must have smelt divine! lovely dosa.

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  27. That plate looks incredibly inviting mahima!

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  28. I am going to try Mung dal dosa for tomorrow dinner,will let you know how it turned out to be...
    Chutney sounds good too !!

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  29. The dosa looks perfect Mahi... I'm sure it was filling too :-)

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  30. Mahimaa, Moong dosa came very soft and my kid too liked it ,thanks for the recipe :)

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  31. Lovely recipe havent tried this...bookmarked will try ur version soon! And thanks for ur lovely comments :)

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  32. One of my favorite combination,looks yummy

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    1. Rice must be boiled & soaked ????

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  33. no no need to boil the rice. just soak it raw.

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