Green Moong Dal is not only easy to make, but also it is so yummy and beneficial for our health.
When one feels heavy and doesn’t like to eat anything else or someone is sick, then moong dal soup is really good and even you can make moong dal Khichdi also.
It is very easy to make and healthy recipe
Wholesome Green Moong Dal made in Pressure Cooker is Easy Recipe. This is a delicious Creamy lentil Soup, that is so easy and quick to make in a Pressure Cooker. Very nutritious with lots of Protein and perfect for a Cold evening or in any day.
Green Moong Dal/Green Lentils to make in Pressure Cooker Recipe
You don’t have to Soak Moong Dal and even any other Dal, because in pressure cooker, every Dal takes only couple of whistles to be ready.
Follow the same process as in the video when cooking on in a pressure cooker.
How to Grow Moong Greens in Water?
Soak beans in Cold water around 5 to 7 hours or overnight. Then put beans in a plastic basket, put small Soaked towel on top and apply water. Now keep beans in the dark. Apply water once a day. Around 3 to 4 days You will have homemade mung bean sprouts ready.
Soft Poori Recipe from Leftover Sabji
Poori also spelled as puri, is a popular breakfast recipe across south india. it is a small disc shaped bread that is deep fried in oil and served with any veg curry such as aloo curry, matar paneer, Gobhi Sabji etc.
Usually made with either wheat flour or maida or using both the flours.
Puri Recipe from Leftover Sabji
- Blend Leftover mix Sabji in Blender Jug to make a thick paste
- Add it in whole Grain Flour
- Add some semolina
- Add all spices and with the help of your both hands make a tight dough.
- Keep in Room temperature for 1/2 an hour.
Preparation to make Puri
- Pour oil in Kadai
- Let it hot and start making small pooris with chakla velna
- Start frying and serve hot with any dish, yogurt, pickle