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Pesarattu Recipe – Mung Bean Dosa - Moong Dal Dosa.

Pesarattu is a dosa made with whole moong dal (mung bean or green gram). This type of dosa is popular in the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Some add a little rice along with moong dal to easily spread the batter on the griddle. Rice also gives a crispy texture to the dosa. However, we won’t be using any rice in our pesarattu recipe and will keep it a complete moong dal affair. A dosa such as this can be roasted crisp, if you get two things right. The batter should be mildly coarse and the temperature of the griddle should be balanced at regular intervals so that it remains even through out the roasting process. We don’t know about you, but we don’t like a soggy dosa.

Our pesarattu recipe will yield 8 dosas, with 99 kilocalories per pesarattu.

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Facts

Moong dal is low in fat and rich in dietary fiber and protein. Besides detoxing the body, it improves metabolism and strengthens immune system.

Moong dal is a good source of iron and reduces the risk of anaemia.

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<p>Those pesarattus look delicious! And simple to make. The hardest part is going to be finding the ingredients. Always they can be found online though.</p>
<p>Thanks for the kind words :). Did you manage to find the ingredients ?</p>

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