No Onion No Garlic Sabut Moong Dal
Healthy & Protein Packed Dal!

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
1 Cup Green Gram (Pachai Payiru) 1 Cup - 250ml
1/4 Teaspoon Turmeric Powder
2 Teaspoon Ginger
a Pinch Asafoetida (Asafetida / Hing)
3, Slit Green Chilli
3, Chopped Tomato
1 Teaspoon Coriander Powder
1/2 Teaspoon Garam Masala
as Needed Salt
For Garnishing Coriander Leaves
2 Tablespoon Ghee (Clarified butter)
For Tempering
2 Teaspoon Ghee (Clarified butter)
1 Teaspoon Cumin Seeds
2 Red Chili

Nutritional information

1
Cup
347
Calories
1 g
Fat
63 g
Carbs
24 g
Protein
1 g
Fiber

Perfect to serve with roti chapati paratha or rice

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No Onion No Garlic Sabut Moong Dal is an excellent protein rich dal which is a very healthy accompaniment for Roti / Naan or even plain steaming rice. This Sabut moong dal is a perfect dish for vrat (fasting) days when we have to exclude onion and garlic. For the regular days, we can very well use onion and garlic.

Whole Green Moong (Sabut Moong) has lots of nutritional benefits. They are an all natural plant based protein that are low in calories, low in fat, high in fiber and high in protein. Green Mung Beans can be eaten cooked or sprouted. When sprouted, they are a living food power packed with enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. They are delicious as a salad when eaten sprouted, wholesome as a plant based protein in many dishes, and a pleasant addition to sauces, dips and any food in search of a nutritional boost.

Cooked Green Mung Beans are a hearty, comfort food that can be served as a soup, stew, main dish or dessert. We can sprout the green moong at home very easily. You can click on this link to see how we can sprout the green moong. We can use sprouted moong for this recipe to make this dish even more healthier.

 

Video Making of No Onion No Garlic Sabut Moong Dal

No Onion No Garlic Sabut Moong Dal

You Can try other dal varieties

  1. No Onion No Garlic Gujarati Dal
  2. No Onion No Garlic Methi Moong Dal
  3. Panchamel Dal
  4. Cucumber Dal
  5. Dal Makhni
  6. Mango Dal
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Steps

1
Done
3 hours

Soak Dal

Wash and soak dal in water for 3 hours

2
Done
20 mins

Pressure Cook Dal

After 3 hours, drain the water and add salt, turmeric powder, ginger and add 3 cups of fresh water and pressure cook for 3-4 whistles. Once pressure is fully released, take out the cooked dal and keep it aside

3
Done
10 mins

Preparing Gravy

Heat ghee in a pan. Add hing, green chili and sauté for few seconds. The add the tomatoes to the pan. To the pan, then add, garam masala, coriander powder and salt and cook in medium flame till the tomatoes are soft and mushy

4
Done

Once the tomatoes are cooked, add the cooked dal. Add 2 cups of water and adjust the consistency. Adjust the salt if necessary. Keep in flame for 2 minutes and switch off the flame.

5
Done
2 mins

Tempering Process

Heat ghee in a pan. Add cumin seeds and allow it to sputter. Then add the red chili and switch off the flame. Add this tempering to the cooked Dal

6
Done

Serving Time

Serve the delicious No Onion No Garlic Sabut Moong Dal with Roti / Naan / Rice and enjoy the healthy and protein packed food.

Sowmya Venkatachalam

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4 Comments Hide Comments

Very nice recipe. Ginger gives nice flavor.
I also make sambar with this whole moong instead of tuvar dhal. Exactly same everyday sambar recipe, with only onion and tomato. Araichuvitta sambar tastes so good with moong instead of tuvar dhal. It is cooling for body, so I make a lot of this sambar in summer months.

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