Sprouts my energetic start for the day, high in protiens and low in carbs. A wonderful healthy breakfast to get indulge in. Sprouts can be of any pulses and all are healthiest, be it brown moth dal, whole moong dal, or whole masoor dal, etc. I generally prefer Whole green moong daal over other as its easy to digest and less gaseous.
I generally include sprouts in my meal atleast twice a week in any form, sprouts dhokla, tikki, salads, chaat or even add to soups. You may love to try my other sprouts recipes as well - Sprouts tikki, Sprouts curry , Sprouts Dosa, Sprouts Chaat, Since I am little allergic to raw sprouts I prefer using steamed sprouts in my recipes. Never overcook them as nutritive value gets finished. Always steam little for use. Those who like crunchy raw sprouts and are able to digest it , can use it direct.
3/4 cup oats
3/4 cup semolina / suji
1/2 cup curd
1 cup water approx
Green chilli ginger paste 1 tsp
Salt 1 tsp
Sugar 1 tsp
Moong sprouts 1/2 cup
Chopped coriander leaves little
Lemon juice 1 tsp optional
For Tadka we need
Oil 1 tsp
Rai 1/2 tsp
Kari patta few
Sesame seeds 1/2 tsp (optional)
Red chilly 1 sabut (in 2-3 pieces)
Steam sprouts for 2-3 mins or skip as you may like.
In a bowl take oats, suji, salt, sugar, ginger chilly paste, curd n water. Mix well n keep aside for some time.
Add sprouts, coriander leaves, lemon juice and give it a thorough mix.
Make a tadka and mix the tadka in this batter. For tadka add 1 tsp oil in a pan. When hot add rai and sabut red chilly. when it starts spluttering add kari patta and sesame seeds. swtich off the gas. Mix the tadka in batter.
Grease a thali or microwave vessel and pour this mixture.
Steam it for 10-12 mins if on gas or micro for 4 mins on high.
Cool and demould. Cut the dhoklas into pieces and serve with chutney or sauce.
You may like to check more dhokla recipes on the blog - link given below : https://ritzinkitchen.blogspot.in/p/originated-from-gujarat-state-of-india.html