Picture of Indian Moong Bean Fritter (Moong Bhajiya)
Ahh.. the sinful fried food. Sinful yet mouth watering, sometimes so delicious that it can even breaks the diet vows :).  The name Indian Moong Bean Friiter may sound like a 5-star recipe but in reality a homely Indian recipe loved across India and other parts of the world, from streets to home and to restaurant, this food is lovingly made & served and commonly known as Moong Bhajiya or Moongoda. 

These fritters are popular because almost every Indian home, house the ingredients used in the recipe and are staple. They are easy to make and tastes awesome and unique. There are ready to make packages available but trust me nothing beats the freshly made Moongodas.

They are adored by vegetarians and loved by vegans (no animal product used).  If you have the right recipe like this, they are super easy to make.

My mom inherited this recipe from my beloved grandmother and I swear to god, she makes them taste heavenly. Sounds yummm??? Lets get started. 

Useful Information:

Preparation Time : 30 Mins (Excluding Overnight soaking)
Cooking Time: 5-10 Mins
Servings: 8 (Trust me, only 2 people can finish it :D, it is so delicious )

Please dont forget to vote if you like it, I promise to share more awesomeness :D
pongodhall2 months ago

it is so good to see a good bean recipe like that. I sprout both moong and Aduki for my salads but to make fritters? It just had not occurred to me!

Tarun Upadhyaya (author)  pongodhall2 months ago

Thank you so much :), I am glad you liked it. These fritters are quite common in central India known as Moongoda :)

mkadri2 years ago
Wow.i want sum
Tarun Upadhyaya (author)  mkadri2 years ago
:). Yes they are quite tempting.
HollyMann2 years ago
Love fritters - used to have corn ones in Thailand - love them! :) These look really good Tarun!
Tarun Upadhyaya (author)  HollyMann2 years ago
Thanks Holly, they really tastes delicious. Try them :)
bajablue2 years ago
You've mastered some wonderfully exotic dishes. Do you deliver, Tarun? I'd love to sample them all! ;-P~

Beautifully done!
Tarun Upadhyaya (author)  bajablue2 years ago
Thank you so much :). I would love to host a Indian Dinner to all my instructable fellows, Come to India. Be my guest. Or next time if I come to states, I would love to get in contact with you, You & Baja both sounds awesome to me. How far is Baja from LA. I mean if I drive.
Shubh V2 years ago
Yummm!! I love it like anything n they must be delicious :-):-)wish got chance to taste moong friters prepared by you;-)
They look sooooooooo Yummmy...... I'm sure they taste delicious!
They taste delicious, I just made them today :D. Thanks.
You're welcome! I'm sure they do, I wish I could grab them from the pictures!