Moonglet Recipe: How To Make This Breakfast Dish In Minutes

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Feeding the dish to kids is also considered to be good, as moong dal is a great source of protein and fibre. Here is the simple Moonglet recipe for you-

Written By Pooja Dhar | Mumbai | Updated On:
Moonglet recipe

Moonglet, a.k.a. Moong Dal Chilla is a scrumptious North Indian food, that is a perfect dish to prepare in breakfast. Making this tempting recipe is an easy task and can be made with simple ingredients such as moong dal and a melange of spices. Feeding the dish to kids is also considered to be good, as moong dal is a great source of protein and fibre. Here is the Moonglet recipe. Read ahead to know more-

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Recipe for Moonglet

Ingredients Of Moonglet

  • 200 gms moong dhuli dal
  • Water (to soak and grind)
  • Salt
  • 4 Green chilli
  • Baking soda
  • 1/2 (for one pancake) tsp oil
  • 1 large onion
  • 1 Tomato
  • 1 Capsicum
  • 2 tbsp Fresh coriander

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How to Make Moonglet?

  • Soak mung dhuli daal in water for 30 minutes.
  • After 30 minutes, drain out excess water and grind dal with 150 ml water, salt and 1 green chilli. Make a smooth paste of it.
  • Heat ½ tsp of oil in a pan.

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  • Pour the batter and spread it evenly. Make sure this spread has to be little thick.
  • Once the bubbles starts appearing on the top, add chopped onions, tomatoes, chopped chillies, chopped capsicum and fresh coriander.
  • Press the toppings gently on the base.
  • Both the sides of the mooglet will take around 4 minutes each side.
  • Flip the side and cook on medium flame on the other side too.
  • Your delicious and super healthy moonglet is ready to be served and enjoyed.

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