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Paasi Payaru Sweet Sundal | Green Moong Dal Sweet Sundal | Easy Sundal Recipes

Paasi Payaru Sweet Sundal | Green Moong Dal Sweet Sundal | Easy Sundal Recipes

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Green Gram Sweet Sundal, Paasi Payaru Inippu Sundal, Green Moong Sweet Sundal, Paasi Payaru Sweet Sundal what ever we may call it is this healthy, easy sundal recipe perfect for Ganesh/Vinayak Chaturthi and Navratri Naivedyam and snack. Along with savory version of sundal sweet sundal is also very popular in festival season and sweet or inippu sundal really add that extra zing to any festival and no to mention sweet normally attracts more people than savory dishes :)


It being so long since I posted anything here I really ignored blog due to work and once the break comes it really difficult to come back to routine again! After more than 8 months I touched the camera again to take any pictures and that's long break really, I do have some old pictures but no time to prepare the post as blogging is time consuming task! Anyway festive season had began and I really can't keep myself away so going to try my best to post whatever I can. I wanted to post sweet sundal for very long time and last year I tried but was not able too so this year I thought of making sweet sundal first so I don't miss it again :).

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Sundals are popular during Vinayakar Chaturthi and during Navratri when the festival is celebrated for 10 and 9 days respectively in South India so to offer Naivedyam everyday Sundal becomes very handy and also it's healthy. If you do not observe fast or offer only vrat food then try Sundal and you will like it too. You can check savory version of paasi payaru sundal with sprouted moong dal.

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You can also check other Sundal Recipes

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Green Gram (bean) Sweet Sundal | Paasi Payaru Inippu Sundal Recipe

Healthy, vegan sundal with green gram/bean for Naivedyam
Author: Category: Snacks Cuisine: South Indian
Prep Time: Cook Time: Total Time:
Serves:2


Ingredients:

  • 1 Cup - Green Gram/Paasi Payaru/Moong Dal
  • 1/2 Cup - Jaggery Powder
  • 1/2 tsp - Green Cardamom Powder
  • 1/4 tsp - Salt
  • 2 tbsp - Fresh Grated Coconut

Method:

  1. Wash and soak moong dal/paasi payaru for 2-3 hours or over night. Pressure cook with water just covering the dal, salt for 2 whistles, allow cooker to release pressure.
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  3. Meanwhile in a pan add jaggery and water (water just to immerse jaggery) and allow jaggery to melt, don't have work on any thread consistency. Strain the syrup to remove any impurities
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  5. Bring back the jaggery syrup to flame, add cardamom powder and allow to simmer for 2-3 mins or until it gets thicken a little. Now add cooked moong dal/passi payaru, mix well and cook in medium flam for 2-3 minus or until sundal becomes dry.
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  7. Add grated coconut and mix well, off flame.
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Serve for Naivedyam during festivals and enjoy the healthy snack.

Notes
  • Do not over cook moong dal or the sundal will be mushy.
  • Once sundal cools down, dal will be separate again if you think it's little mushy.
  • You can also cook the dal in open pan instead of pressure cooker.

Healthy, vegan green gram sweet sundal for Naivedyam and great snacks to munch on.

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