Sprouted Moong Chaat Recipe
Sprouted Moong Chaat Recipe is a healthy snack option made with sprouted moong, onions, tomatoes and sweet and spicy chutney. Serve Pack Sprouted Moong Chaat as a snack box for office or serve as an appetizer for a party.
Sprouted Moong Chaat is a healthy and tasty snack made using nutritious Moong sprouts. This is a fun way to include sprouts in your diet. The recipe is very versatile and you can change or adjust the ingredients according to availability and taste. You can add sweet corn to the chaat too. The Date and both the chutneys add the quintessential tangy-sweet-spicy taste to this chaat. These chutneys can be made in advance and refrigerated.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Chaat recipes such as
- 2 cups Green Moong Sprouts
- 1 Onion , finely chopped
- 1 Tomato , chopped
- 1/2 cup Anardana (Dry Pomegranate Seeds)
- 3 teaspoons Chaat Masala Powder
- 2 tablespoons Lemon juice
- Salt , as required
- Green Chutney (Coriander & Mint) , as required
- Sweet Chutney (Date & Tamarind) , as required
- 2 sprig Mint Leaves (Pudina) , chopped
- 2 sprig Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , chopped
How to make Sprouted Moong Chaat Recipe
To begin making the Sprouted Moong Chaat recipe, first steam the moong sprouts for 3 to 4 minutes (they should still retain the crunch).
Cool completely and drain water, if any. In a mixing bowl add the sprouts, onion, tomato, pomegranate seeds, chaat masala, lime juice and some salt.
Add a teaspoon of both the chutneys. Mix everything well.
Take out in individual bowls. Top with both the chutneys and serve garnish with mint and coriander leaves.
Giving up a lucrative career tinkering with Analytical equipments, Madhuli Ajay chose to tinker in her Food lab- developing new recipes & satisfying her culinary travel cravings. She has been sharing heirloom recipes on her blog 'My Foodcourt' for the past 9 yrs. Madhuli bakes to feed her soul. Testing recipes & photographing food for a cookbook, has fuelled her food photography passion. Based in the gorgeous 'Wine Capital' of India Nashik, Madhuli also loves spending time in her little kitchen garden.