[VeganMoFo 2014 Recipe] Sprouted Moong Dal Chilla (Cheela) + Two Book Giveaways To Win: Hot Tea Across India and The Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook


Once a week, I make today's dish (Sprouted Moong Dal Chilla) as our breakfast especially for that extra protein kick from the sprouted legumes. A simple chutney on the side and we are not hungry again till lunch; it is such a filling snack too! Also, today is the last day for the book giveaways I planned for 12 lucky readers of this blog. Time flew and still can't believe it is end of the week. There are two more books up for grabs today and scroll down to participate. I will randomly choose and announce the winners on 30th September morning. Two more days to leave a comment on the respective posts. Lady Luck might favor you. Enter today!

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Last Date for Participation: September 29th 2014 midnight (IST)



Day 6: The Cast Iron Skillet Cookbook and Hot Tea Across India





Sprouted Moong Dal Chilla

How to sprout green whole moong (or any legume): Wash and soak moong in fresh water for 1 day. Drain and place them in a glass jar or a bowl. Sprinkle some water and cover with damp cloth. Leave it in a warm place and occasionally sprinkle some water for moisture. The sprouts should start to shoot up on Day 3.



Ingredients

1 cup moong sprouts
1/2 inch fresh ginger, peeled and roughly chopped
2 garlic cloves, roughly chopped
1 medium onion, chopped
1 green chilli, minced
salt - to taste
few tbsp of oil

Preparation

Grind moong dal sprouts with ginger, garlic, salt and 1/2 cup water to a smooth batter. Add more water in necessary but make sure the batter is not too runny. Add chopped onion and green chilli. Set aside.

Heat a tawa and drizzle some oil. Spread a ladle full of batter to form a dosa, like a disc. Drizzle some oil and cook on low-medium heat till the underside is done. Flip over, drizzle a little oil and cook till the other side is done too. Repeat the process with rest of batter and Serve with some chutney.


If you have some sprouts still left, do try this simple salad, a dhokla or use as a filling to these vegan mini tart shells.


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Last date for participation is September 29th 2014  midnight IST and Four randomly chosen winners will be announced on September 30th 2014.




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26 comments :

  1. I've only ever tried moong dal chila..now I.ll try the sprouts. ..I want the book...but I want the cast iron skillet more

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  2. Perfect and healthy breakfast ..
    Participating again .. Hope I win !

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  3. Fantastic collection of books you are featuring! And chila is one of my favorites.

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  4. one more recipe for the cast iron skillet!
    I was told not to add garlic and to add a handful of soaked rice to the batter for a crispy version. Gonna add garlic next time because it makes everything taste better.

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  5. I was eating sprouted moongdal dal dosa for a.protein rich diet. Though I have not added garlic. Shall try this with garlic next time.

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  6. We eat chilas with paneer grated and stuffed inside Siri. The platter s yum and I m thoroughly enjoying the vegan mofo posts. Way to go!

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  7. healthy recipe with sprouts.hope to win that tea book

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  8. I prepare this often, will try your version too :)

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  9. Already following Cooking With Siri on Facebook. My user name is Soma Basak

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  10. Already following you on Twitter. My twitter handle is @ZestandLeisure

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  11. I am in, as for all. once again, awesome Siri

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  12. will be trying this for my 20 month old son,thank you for the post and giveaway!

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  13. Looks good !
    Participating again. Thank you for all the recipes and the game ! :-)

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  14. love this idea for breakfast - always looking for interesting and healthy breakfast. Thanks for being there.

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  15. CAST IRON COOKING

    EYES FIRMLY SET ON THAT

    caps intentional :P

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