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Muga Gathi

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Muga Gathi or Mugachya Gathi is a traditional dish of Goa, is a coconut curry dish made with Moong sprouted lentils and is part of the menu for Konkan weddings.

Muga Gathi or Mugachya Gathi, a traditional dish of Goa, is a coconut curry dish made with sprouted moong and is part of the menu in most of the Konkan weddings. It is an excellent lentil curry made with spr... Read More..

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How to make MUGA GATHI

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Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
35 mins
MUGA GATHI
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Moong dal
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : February 27, 2019


Ingredients used in MUGA GATHI
• Kokum - 2-3 piece.
• Coconut paste - 2 tablespoons.
• Garam masala powder - pinch.
• Red chilli powder - pinch.
• Turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon.
• Cumin seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Mustard seeds - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Green chillies (chopped) - 2 numbers.
• Ginger (chopped) - 1 tea spoon.
• Coconut (thin slices) - 2 tablespoons.
• Whole green moong (sprouted & boiled) - 1 cup.
• Curry leaves - 1 spring.
• Hing (asafoetida) - pinch.
• Salt - to taste.
• Sugar - pinch.
• Oil - 2 tablespoons.
Method:
  • Soak green moong for 5 - 6 hours, drain the water and keep it covered overnight with a muslin cloth to sprout.
  • Next day boil the moong dal and keep aside.
  • Heat oil in a kadhai and when the oil is hot enough, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, green chillies and chopped ginger and saute well.
  • Add a pinch of hing, pieces of coconut and turmeric powder, slightly cook the coconut pieces and add a pinch of chilli powder and garam masala.
  • To this add coconut paste and saute well stirring for around 30 seconds and then add little water, salt little sugar.
  • After you bring this to a boil, add sprouted and boiled moong, 2-3 pieces of soaked kokum, simmer and cook for a minutethen switch off the flame.

The dish is ready to be served.






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Muga Gathi or Mugachya Gathi, a traditional dish of Goa, is a coconut curry dish made with sprouted moong and is part of the menu in most of the Konkan weddings. It is an excellent lentil curry made with sprouted green moong lentils and grated coconut in a thick curry consistency. Traditionally this dish does not contain any onion or garlic as this is avoided during religious occasions. This is a wonderful dish rich in proteins and is also a great dish to have at any time of the year.

Muga Gathi

This curry is best eaten with chapatti, roti or as an accompaniment to rice & dal. Full green moong come under whole grain and are considered to be very nutritious and healthy. Lentils are an important part of our daily food and are cooked in many variations to make it differently every day to change the taste of food and not keep it routine. Lentils are high on protein and carbohydrates, but the sprouts increase its nutrition. Sprouting moong dal is very easy and simple.

Just soak the lentils in water for about 5-6 hours. Drain the water and tie them in a muslin cloth and keep covered in a cool dry place. After about 24 hours, you can see the sprouts. Since long, sprouts have been famous as health food and recent research shows that in addition to being a superb source of nutrients, sprouts also have curative properties. Sprouting is a very simple practice of soaking, draining and then rinsing the lentils at regular intervals until they germinate or sprout.

There are various other dried beans that can be sprouted such as Bengal gram (white channa and red channa), cow pea (lobia or chawli), field beans (avare), kidney beans (rajma), moth bean (matki) etc. All whole pulses — moong, matki, channa, chole, chawli, rajma, vatana, masur etc., can be easily sprouted. When sprouted, they are easy to digest and give instant energy to the body. You can make appetizing, wholesome, economical and satisfying one dish meals with sprouts like khichdi, upma, usal, bhel, poha and so on.

Pesarattu made with whole green moong is a very popular dosa in the Andhra region. There are also other delicious dishes like Moong Dal Pakoda, Whole green gram usal, Green gram koshumbir, Mooga Ambut, Green Moong dal ki sabji, Sprouted green gram salad and many more which can be made with green moong dal. Muga Gathi is a simple sprouted thick curry made with sprouted moong, little spices and fresh coconut to give a little sweetness to the dish.

Maharashtrian cuisine is mildly spiced and often uses gud (jaggery) in their recipes. Maharashtrian dishes are not just tempting but lip smacking and delicious too. Most of the dishes are full of flavours and spices. They are usually garnished with different ingredients like fresh coriander, grated coconut, crushed peanuts. To prepare this appetizing and delicious Muga Gathi, firstly soak Mung Beans for 5 - 6 hours. Drain the water and keep it covered overnight in a muslin cloth to sprout.

Next day boil the moong dal and keep aside Heat about 1 tbsp oil in a kadhai and when the oil is hot enough, add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, curry leaves, green chillies and chopped ginger and sauté well. Add pinch of hing, pieces of coconut and turmeric powder. Slightly cook the coconut pieces and add a pinch of chilli powder and garam masala.

To this add around 2 tbsp of coconut paste and sauté well stirring for around 30 seconds and then add little water, salt and little sugar. After you bring this to a boil, add sprouted and boiled moong, 2-3 pieces of soaked kokum and simmer and cook for a minute and switch off the flame. The dish is ready to be served. Serve with roti, chapatti, bhakri or rice.

Usually sprouted lentils are more delicious, easily digestible and contain more vitamins. Sprouts contain an abundance of highly active anti-oxidants that prevent cell destruction and protect us from the on-going effects of aging. Moong beans, apart from being a good source of protein also contain useful amounts of fibre, potassium, and B-vitamins. They contain low levels of fat, cholesterol and sodium. It is useful for those of us who want to increase their alertness and mental abilities.

Phosphorous is also necessary for healthy bones and teeth, a fact which makes sprouted seeds desirable for babies and children For most people, sprouts would be an excellent addition to their diet. However, no set dietary rules can be established to encompass the case of every individual. Hence do try this recipe and enjoy its unique flavours. Click on the below link to view the making of Muga Gathi:

https://www.vahrehvah.com/muga-gathi

Enjoy Cooking!



 

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Butuzucki Posted on Fri Aug 24 2012

hundred and fifth !!!

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Jeyatha T Posted on Fri Aug 24 2012

You are on a marathon i guess.. :) it is so much fun learning dishes from other states.. my husband is from kerala and i had fun learning that, now i'm learning maharashtrian dishes and surprising him with new dishes everyday.. you are a wonderfu

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Ken Assemi Posted on Sat Aug 25 2012

This is a bad ass recipe!

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Girishankaran Kannan Posted on Sat Aug 25 2012

Great .... Great....

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muskan khan Posted on Wed Aug 29 2012

yeah! u r ri8

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Jhuma Bepari Posted on Tue Apr 23 2013

Hey this man is making fool to all the veiwers

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Smita Bhatawadekar Posted on Mon Dec 16 2013

you are chitting people by showing the wrong recipe. this u shown is worst.but moga gathi is best i love goan dishes , i born in goa.?

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Prabhu Yo Posted on Mon Dec 08 2014

the basic information of MOOGA GAANTHI you gave is correct but the recipe style you got the wrong i feel.in authentic way of moogagaathi we wash the sprouts before boiling so extra husk is gone from that.we boil the sprouts in water, and that without

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shriniket S Posted on Wed Dec 16 2015

umm iam Assuming that this is as people in the comments below have said to be a goan recipe and has been misunderstood for 'moga gati' or maybe I might be wrong?

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