pachai payaru (in Tamil) | moong dal Green (in English)
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Every product has some different names according to their language, usage, and tradition. Here, we provide some familiar names of pachai payaru
Serving Size – 100g
Firstly, take the 1/4 cup of pachai payaru, check whether its cleaned or not. After dry roast the dal for 5minutes. Now, take dried dal into the pressure cooker and add 3/4 cup of water. Then, cook the dal in traditional way. wait up to 7 -8 whistles. It will cooked well set aside.
Secondly, we want to make jaggery liquid, for the purpose of take some amount of jaggery on pan and add some water heated well. now, it will be getting liquid state. After getting fully liquid state, just filter that for remove impurities.
Thirdly, pour liquid jaggery on to the well cooked pachai payaru and mixed it. Now, add grinded coconut and cashew nuts paste. while grinding add some water. Mixed it well. for mixing consistency add 1/2 cup of water to that. Lat it heat the mixer products. after some time switch of it.
Finally, add some milk on it. try to maintain milk heat nearly room temperature. Now, we get sweet payasam ready to serve. keep smile to serve it.
Ingredients : Green gram | Pacha payaru 1/4 cup, Jaggery 1/2 cup- 3/4 cup, Coconut 1/4 cup, Cashew nuts 7-8, Milk 1/2 cup, Cardamom powder a pinch
Green moong dal has been cooked in a cooker for 4-5 whistles in a 1:3 ratio to water after being soaked in water for 3 hours.
Add 1 tsp of Jeera to the hot oil. 4 slit green chilli peppers Garlic, a handful. Allow it to brown to a golden brown colour. The garlic has done a fantastic job at roasting. Add 2 medium-sized sliced onions at this point.
Allow the onions to darken in colour. To get a natural sweetness through caramelization, the onions must be roasted thoroughly. This meal requires a certain amount of sweetness. Add 2 large chopped tomatoes now.
The amount should be little more than onions. So, if you used two medium onions, use three medium tomatoes or two large tomatoes. The onions and tomatoes have done a good job of cooking. 2 1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste 2 1/2 tsp ginger garlic paste 2 1/2 tsp ginger Reduce the gas and add 1/2 tsp turmeric powder. 2 tsp coriander powder, heaping 1/2 tsp Kashmiri Chilli powder, heaped 1 heaping teaspoon of Garam Masala powder Season with salt to taste.
After a quick mix, add in a litre of water. Cook until the granules have lost their raw scent. Allow it to cook for another 5-6 minutes once it reaches a boil. Add 1 tsp sugar at this point. Cook the green moong dal till it is soft. A roughly 200g of moong here, but you may add up to 300g if you like. Behold! Add a generous sprinkling of coriander leaves and stir gently before turning off the heat.
Magic! Masalas, moong dal, and coriander leaves are all dancing in unison! Add a heaping tsp of butter once the gas has been turned off. This is a crucial component. But bear in mind that you should only do this after you’ve turned off the gas. Fantastic Moong Dal gravy with a strong garlic and coriander flavour and a buttery aroma at the end.
1 cup green moong dal is steeped for two hours. As required, add water. For two whistles, close the pressure cooker. Take a pan and heat Oil as needed, then add Cinnamon -2, Cardamom -1, Fennel seeds -1 Tsp, Cumin Seeds -1 Tsp, Curry Leaves -2 Finely chopped Onion 1 teaspoon of ginger garlic paste Well-sautéed
Now add Tomatoes – 2 and salt to taste. 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder, 1 1/2 teaspoon chilli powder, 1 teaspoon coriander powder, 1 teaspoon garam masala After one minute of cooking, add 2 cup of water. Cook the Green Moong Dal. Keep it warm for five minutes on a low burner. Masala will thicken in around five minutes. Serve Egg Masala with coriander leaves. Curry with Green Moong Dal is ready.
Green mung dal should be washed and soaked in water for 4-5 hours. Drain the dal and crush it to a paste once it has been soaked.
While grinding, do not add any water. To make a little gritty paste, grind the ingredients to a fine powder. Remove the paste to a bowl and put it aside. Add the ginger, green chilies, curry leaves, mint leaves, and onions, finely diced.
You can grind the ginger and green chilies with the dal if you can’t finely mince them. Make sure that all of the ingredients are finely chopped. When eating vadai, getting a huge taste of ginger or green chilli isn’t very pleasant. Fennel seeds, asafoetida (hing-perungayam), and salt are also added. Add a sprinkle of baking soda and a teaspoon of oil to the mix.
The pinch of baking soda will aid in the avoidance of thick vadais, and the use of oil will aid in the crisping of the vadais. If you use too much oil, the vadais will shatter when you deep fried them. Digestion is aided by ginger and asafoetida, therefore include these two components while cooking dal. Season to taste after mixing well. If required, season with more salt.
To make the vadai, combine all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Make a ball using a tiny amount of lime batter. Make tiny balls using the dough. Keep in mind that smaller balls result in crispier vadais.
Flatten it gently between your palms. To soften the edges, gather them together. The crispier the vadais, the more you flatten them. Gently lower the vadais into the heated oil and cook until golden brown on both sides. When the oil bubbles have subsided and the vadai has turned golden brown, the vadai is ready. Pachai Payaru Vadai / Green Moong Dal is ready!
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