The Oat and Green Moong Dal Pesarattu-Savory Lentil Crepe Recipe
The Oat and Green Moong Dal Pesarattu is a delicious and healthy twist to the classic Pesarattu recipe. try at home and it will surely become a family favourite.In association with Saffola Fit Foodie
The Oats Pesarattu recipe is inspired from the classic South Indian dish “Pesarattu”. Pesarattu is a crepe that is made from lentils and rice, but in this recipe I have used Saffola oats in the recipe, adding to the nutritive value. The addition of green chillies and ginger, along with finely chopped cabbage, makes this Pesarattu a favorite even with children.
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- 50 grams Instant Oats (Oatmeal)
- 50 grams Rice
- 50 grams Green Moong Dal (Whole)
- 1/2 teaspoon Asafoetida (hing)
- 2 Green Chillies , finely chopped
- 1 inch Ginger , grated
- 100 grams Cabbage (Patta Gobi/ Muttaikose) , finely chopped
- Coriander (Dhania) Leaves , small bunch, finely chopped
- Salt , to taste
- Cooking oil , for cooking
How to make The Oat and Green Moong Dal Pesarattu-Savory Lentil Crepe Recipe
To begin making the Oats Pesarattu Recipe, we will first soak the rice, moong dal together in water for at least 3 hours. After 3 hours drain the water.
Blend the dal, rice, green chillies and ginger adding little water at a time to make a smooth thick batter. Transfer the batter into a large bowl, add in the oats, salt, asafoetida, chopped cabbage and coriander leaves. Stir well to combine the oats Pesarattu batter well. Check the salt levels and adjust to suit your taste.
Our next step is to make the Pesarattu. You will need a well-seasoned skillet.
Preheat the skillet on medium heat; sprinkle some water to check on the pan; if it sizzles then you know the pan has the right amount of heat to spread the Pesarattu batter. Pour a ladle full of the Oats Pesarattu batter onto the pan and spread evenly inside out to make a circle.
Drizzle some oil on the top and the sides of the Pesarattu and allow it to cook on low to medium heat. Once you notice the top of the Pesarattu getting steamed, flip it over to cook on the other side.
Once you notice brown spots and the Pesarattu is cooked, remove from the pan and serve hot. Proceed the same way with the remaining Pesarattu batter.
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