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Pesarattu Pulusu

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Pesarattu Pulusu Recipe, Mung dal Sabji, How To Make Pesarattu Pulusu Recipe

Pesarattu is a pancake made with Moong dal (green gram), made into dumpling and cooked in tamarind gravy. In southern Indian states, Mung batter is used to make crepes named pesarattu

About Recipe

Pesalu koora, Pasipayir Kuzhambu, Mug dal torkari

How to make pesarattu pulusu

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Prep time
mins
Cook time
30 mins
Total time
30 mins
pesarattu pulusu
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Moong dal
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 11, 2018


Ingredients used in pesarattu pulusu
• Jaggery - 1 piece.
• Cumin - 2 teaspoons.
• Mustard - 1 pinch.
• Tamrind paste - 30 grams.
• Onion - 2 numbers.
• Salt - 1 pinch.
• Green chili (chopped) - 1 piece.
• Ginger (chopped) - 1 piece.
• Moong dal - 200 grams.
• Cumin powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
• Coriander powder - 1 tablespoons.
• Fenugreek seeds - 1 pinch.
• Hing - 1 pinch.
• Tamarind juice - 1/2 cup.
• Curry leaves - 1 springs.
Method:

Preparation of Attu :

  1. Soak Moong dal in water for 2-3 hours. Remove entire water from Moong dal. Add green chilli, ginger and salt to Moong dal and prepare fine paste.
  2. Then take a pan and pour oil heat for 2 min. Then place moong dal paste to make thick size Attu.

    Note: prepare attu immediately after preparation of moongdal paste.

Preparation of Pulusu:

  1. Heat oil in a pan add mustard seeds, cumin seeds, broken red chili
  2. Add ginger, garlic paste and add chopped onion and saute for 2 -3min add salt, turmeric paste add green chilies, curry leaves
  3. Add required amount of water. boil the pulusu for min 25min in a low flame.
  4. Now cut the pesarattu pieces in desired size
  5. Add Attu pieces to pulusu and boil for 5 min.(adding sugar is optional).
  6. Remove it from stove .server it after one hour.





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emmerton Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

uah

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jdkbriggs Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

thx, for another epic cooking video!

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Christie N Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

looks so good I want to try it. My favorite vegetarian recipe is chana masala. I watched that video from you too.

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umarun143 Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

thank you ..my mom cooks pesarattu palav , pessarattu masala kura.. hmm missing them..

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ShaxDr87 Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

Great! I love your videos. Vegetarian indian food is the best! I love Dhal with rice, and a nice Naan bread on the side!

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STAN ILIKETHEWOK Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

Fantastic Sanjay!! Thx for the posting.

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luice123 Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

My father's favorite dish..My mom makes it with Pesara Punugulu.... Thanks sanjay!! U have brought so many memories alive..

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Satwik08 Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

Chef for some reason you look cuter in this last videos.... and thanks for the video.

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Dutzman Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

amazing dish, 5*

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Dee Thakore Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

South Indian cooking relies heavily on tamarind, sorry Sanjay..I can't take this... what is another substitute? Buttermilk? thanks.

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votejamie08 Posted on Fri Feb 12 2010

i didn't love tamarind either, its kinda a acquired taste, i would guess you could use any kind of juice like orange or mango. maybe coconut. :) i'm not really sure just putting it out there

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DivaLatinaANNI Posted on Sat Feb 13 2010

what is jaggery? Is that like rock sugar?

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