Monday, 18 January 2010

Moong Daal and Bhaji Pudla(-Yellow Daal -Spinach Pancake)


When I started  loosing my weight few years back, I found this recipe from one of the Asian TV channels on their health progrmme.  I loved it and since i been making these pancakes... mostly I would make them on the weekend breakfast, so everyone can enjoy hot and healthy pudlas..I gets immense pleasure by making these because  I see my family finnishes them!!! Moong daal is rich in Protin, easy to digest and spinach is excellent source of getting iron and other minerals.....I added some grated carrots this time, it came out excellant...

You will need:-

  • 1 cup Yellow Moong Daal(soaked 4-5 hours or overnight)
  • 1 cup finelly chooped Spinach
  • 1/2 cup Grated Carrots
  • 3-4 green chillies
  • small piece of ginger
  • 1/2 tsp garam masala
  • Salt to taste
  • oil to fry
  • 1/4 cup Rice flour
Method:-

Make a coarse batter by grinding daal,chillies and ginger with little water in grinder.  Add masala, spinach, rice flour and salt.  Mix well.  Smear a large, wide, non-stick frying-pan with 1 tsp of the oil and set over a lowish heat.  When very hot, stir the batter and pour about one ladalful on to the centre of the pan. Quickly tilt the pan in all directions as you would for a crêpe, spreading the batter to make an  round pancake.  Cook for 2-3 minutes or until the pancake is reddish-brown at the bottom. Dribble another tsp of oil around the edges of the pancake. Turn the pancake over and cook, uncovered, for a further minute or until golden. Remove from the heat and they are ready to eat. Repeat with the remaining batter. Always remember to stir the batter before you use it. (leftover batter may be covered, refrigerated and re-used).


Have it with any sauce or chutney..

Jagruti

30 comments:

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  2. Very simple and easy !!!A healthy too !

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  3. Very nice recipe of pancakes,looks so healthy yet so delicious...liked the ingredients used in it...thanks for sharing jagruti

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  4. lovely dosa looks very yummy and tempting with a nice click.

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  5. Wow Healthy Breakfast...Good way to get nutrients to the body....this looks perfect...

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  6. Looks delicious & healthy. It is a regular in our household.

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  7. Hi Jagruti,
    Thanks for the comments in my post.
    And I have visited your blog before also.
    Lets grow together.

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  8. Such a nutritious and filling pancake, love it..

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  9. Hi Thank you for dropping by and your lovely comments. You have a great space. Dosa looks so yummy n healthy..

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  10. wow..these look so tasty..nice addition of spinach..

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  11. Very interesting and awesome recipe...this is a perfect and healthy dish for breakfast :)

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  12. This is such a healthy and delicious dish, loved it ! First time here you have a lovely space !

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  13. Nice simple recipe and delicious.

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  14. lovely moong dal spinach pancake with a nice click.

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  15. hey nice pancakes...healthy n filling...nice recipe

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  16. This would be a great combo..think I must try this since I'm underweight...lol..

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  17. Thanz a ton Jagruti-that was so sweet.You have an amazing world or recipes here and am so glad to hop by.
    This is a great recipe-i love spinach and we had some for dinner today and ur recipe sounds like i wanna make it rite away....

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  18. hello jagruti,
    thanks for ur lovely commnt, i followed u from my blog. is his pancake gud for weight reduction? then am defntly bookmarking it

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  19. Hi Jagruti,
    thanx for visiting my blog and for ur lovely comments. Needless to say, you too have a wonderful blog with great recipes. I would love to try out some. Added u to my blogroll!

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  20. Loved your innovative way of using palak to the Moong Dal, Will surely give it a try !

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  21. Simple and healthy dosas/pancakes... New variety of having spinach in diet...

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  22. I love pancakes and this is my first visit on your blog. I was delighted to see my favorite dish with a new twist!

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  23. Thank you Vanilla, munch,Kalai,Kanchan, Rekha and Swapna...hope 2 c u again...

    Munch; they are actually very healthy for loosing wait-low in carb(don't add rice flour)less calories(make without oil on non stick pan)or use oil sprayer. i make for myself like that way, and have vegetable juice with it..

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  24. This is indeed a very healthy recipe and very nutritious with the addition of spinach. I will definitely try this combination :)

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  25. hi jagruti, very nice recipe i make something similar but with green mung dal.

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  26. This is indeed a very healthy way to start the day. Thanks for sharing this with us.
    Deepa

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  27. Hi Jagruthi
    Thanks for visiting my blog and ur encouraging comments.I love Gujrathi food and am glad i
    have an authentic one to follow now.I wl closely follow ur blog and learn.
    Hema

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