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Home : Recipes :
Moong Dal ke Pakore
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These were very much like what my Athamma once made for us when we had visited them. But now its long forgotten. So it was nice revisiting these.

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Ingredients:

Yellow moong dal (washed and soaked for 4 hours) - 1 cup

Green or red chillies - 4-5 nos Coriander finely chopped - 1 tbsp

Cumin seeds crushed coarsely -1/2 tsp 

Salt to taste
Hot oil - 3 tbsp (didn't use this)
Oil to deep fry

onion 2 to  3 cut in slice 

Method to prepare:

Drain soaked dal and wet grind not too fine, along with chillies.. Mix in all other ingredients, except oil to deep fry. You will get a thick paste.

Heat oil, drop rounded bhajias, with wet hand or spoon. Fry on medium till golden colour. Since the first batch were not cooked well, I flatten them and made as vadas. They tasted great!

 

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