Pesarattu or Green Moong/ Mug Dal Dosa is one of Andhra Pradesh’s breakfast delights. You can use either whole green moong dal or split Moong Dal to make these Dosa’s. Green Moong Dal is also called green gram. This recipe is easy to make and nutritious. Perfect for you and your family!
Soaking Time : 7 hours
Preparation Time : 30 minutes
Serves : 4-6 persons
Green Gram / Green Mug daal / Green Moong Dal / Hari Moong ki daal / Guta or phala mugu dali : 2 cups
Rice flour/ Chawal ka atta / Chawal or guri : 3 tablespoons
Ginger / Adrakh / Adda : 1 inch piece
Whole Green Chili / Hari mirch / Kesa Jolokia : 2
Salt as per taste
Water as required
Refined oil as required
Soak the green moong dal in enough water for minimum 7 hours or overnight. Wash and clean properly. Remove any excess moong daal shells. Drain excess water.
In a mixer grinder, take the daal, ginger and green Chili. Make a fine paste. Take out the batter in a bowl, add Rice flour and salt. Mix well and adjust to pouring consistency by adding a little water.
Heat a non stick tawa or any tawa. Grease the tawa with a little oil and rub with a cotton cloth. Pour a ladle full of batter and spread to as thin a pancake as possible. You can also use a small bowl to do the same. Drizzle a little oil around the dosa and let it cook till it becomes crisp on the edges and turns golden brown. Flip and cook the other side.
Serve hot with Sambar and coconut chutney.