Sprouted Moong dal Tikki


Sprouted Green Moong dal is a dal which is easy digestive. It is rich in Vitamin A, B, C and E and also in many minerals including Iron, Calcium, and Potassium. It is a powerful source of vegetarian protein. It is considered a healthy weight loss food as it is a low-fat food, rich in protein and fibre.

Start your day with this healthy breakfast Tikki. Easy to make Tasty to eat.

IngredientsMeasurement
Sprouted Green Moong Dal 1½ cup
Ginger ½ inch
Green chili2 – 3
Coriander Leavesfew
Saltto taste
Roasted Cumin powder ½ tsp
Turmeric powder ½ tsp
Rice flour 1½ tsp
Curd ½ cup
Tomato sauce / Chili sauce ½ cup
Ingredients

Lets see how to make Tikki

  • Take a mixer jar or blender jar.
  • Add ginger, coriander leaves, green chili, salt and sprouted green moong dal.
  • Grind it coarsely.
  • Transfer the mixture to a bowl

Add the below ingredients to the ground mixture of Sprouted Green Moong Dal.

  • Add roasted cumin powder.
  • Add Turmeric powder,
  • Add rice flour and mix well and check salt
  • Heat tawa and grease.
  • Scoop and pour the mixture on the tawa
  • Smear oil and cook them on medium flame.
  • Cook until the outer part are crispy.
  • Cook 3 – 5 mins each side.
  • Tasty, delicious and healthy Sprouted Green Moong Dal Tikki is ready.

Garnish / plating

  • Take a cup of thick curd.
  • Fill the curd in the piping bag with star tip nozzle.
  • Decorate or top on sprouted green moong dal tikki.
  • Also add chili sauce in the middle with a spoon.
  • Enjoy this combination of tikki with curd.
  • You can enjoy with other chutneys also.
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