Moong dal dosa is easy breakfast and can be prepared instantly. Soak moong dal for 1 hour only and also there is not need to ferment the batter. You'll surely relish eating these mouth drooling, crispy moong dal dosa.
Idli is prepared from Dal chawal and if you are in a hurry, soak dal chawal before hand, grind and ferment, if not grounded and fermented then Idli can also be made from Rawa Suji.
Though Idli can be made instantly with Rawa/Suji, the taste and flavor of Idli prepared from Dal chawal is unbeatable. If hot Idlis with equally hot Sambhar is served to you then you will leave all your work and indulge in this treat.It is so soft that even a child of 8 months can eat it. You can have it for breakfast,lunch or dinner whenever you feel.
To make Idli from Dal chawal, soak Dal chawal, grind it and prepare a mixture and allow it to ferment. Idli will turn spongy only if mixture is fermented properly, so we have to be very attentive while while making the mixture. We also have to plan earlier, if we want to make the Idli on Sunday, then those living in hot places have to soak Dal on Saturday morning itself. While those living in cold regions need to soak Dal on Friday morning as fermentation is slow if the weather is cold. So lets start preparing Dal Idli.
Mango Kasundi Sauce is a very tasty, tangy and sour sauce. It is eaten along with pakoras, pizza, sandwich or any other snacks. Kasundi can be easily made at home, so let us prepare Mango Kasundi Sauce.
Chakali is a traditional recipe made during festivals in Maharashtra and South India. It is very tasty and crispy recipe and can be made in various different styles by adding different ingredients to it. Like,
Combining Rice flour and Urad dal.
Rice flour and Moong dal.
Rice flour and gram flour.
Rice flour mixed with urad dal, moong dal and gram flour.
Whet flour can also be used to make chakali.
Chakali or Murukku can be made by various different methods. Some of them are :
Knead the flour for chakali by adding boiled and ground moong dal into rice flour with spices.
Mix roasted and ground moong dal, urad dal and channa dal into rice flour with spices and knead the flour to make chakali.
Mix urad dal flour, moong dal flour and gram flour with rice flour with spices and knead it to make chakali.
You can prepare rice chakali with any ingredients that is available in your kitchen. Like i had urad dal flour, moong dal flour and gram flour available in my kitchen, so i have used the third method to make Rice Chakali. Lets start with our preparation now.
If you feel like having something light before dinner then you can try Raw Banana Cutlet. According to your wish you can make cutlets only with bananas or potatoes with bananas.
Raw Banana Cutlets can be had on fasts as a fruit diet. If you do not want to eat it as a fruit diet then instead of Sendha salt, plain salt and in place of Singhada or Kattu flour corn starch or gram flour can be used.