Friday, April 12, 2013

Sprouted Moong Stir Fry / Kilirppicha Cherupayar thoran / മുളപ്പിച്ച ചെറുപയർ തോരൻ

Sprouted Moong Stir Fry used to be a regular side dish back home at grandma's home. Grandma always remembered to soak them and let them germinate. We as kids used to enjoy them and the kids here seems to love them the same way as we used to. While my son looks at the sprouted moong and ask me questions as to why I'm not planting them to grow since they are already sprouted/germinated, my daughter backs him in all what he says. After having all their doubts cleared(though I sometime don't have answers for all their ques ;) ) and when they sit down to have food I hear them involved in serious discussion about how the moong and other plants sprout and many more things. It is fun to overhear their conversation, I wonder how much do Kids learn from daily day to day activities and their enthu to talk about things and understand them is just marvelous.
So back to today's recipe, the very healthy, nutritious and delicious thoran which can be relished with Rice/Roti or just as plain - Sprouted Moong Dal Stir fry. Make them home and Enjoy!!



Sprouted Moong Dal Stir/ മുളപ്പിച്ച ചെറുപയർ തോരൻ:

Ingredients:-
  1. Whole Moong - 1½ Cup
  2. Onion - 1 finely chopped
  3. Curry leaves a sprig
  4. Green chilies - 3 chopped fine
  5. Coconut Oil/Veg Oil- 1 tbsp
  6. Mustard seeds - ¾ tsp
  7. Dry red chilies - 2
  8. Coriander leaves chopped - 2 tbsp
  9. Turmeric powder - ½tsp
  10. Salt ~ 1tsp(or to taste)
  11. Grated coconut - 2tbsp(optional)

Preparation Method:-
  1. Wash Moong two-three times and soak for 6 hours. Drain of excess water if any and Move it to a clean muslin cloth. Join the edges of the cloth and tie up.
  2. Leave it at a warm place on kitchen counter for upto 48hrs. Moong will start sprouting then(You can also drain off water and keep them covered in a bowl at a warm place for 2 days or more to let them sprout) 
  3. Heat a frying pan/kadai, pour oil. When the oil is hot enough add mustard. When they start to crackle, reduce the heat to medium and add few curry leaves, dry red chilies.
  4. Add Onion and salt and saute till they turn translucent. Add green chilies , turmeric powder and saute for a minute or two(can add chili powder if you need it more spicy, i normally go with green chilies only).
  5. Add the sprouted moong and saute gently to mix well. Check for the salt and adjust accordingly.
  6. Cover with a lid and let it cook in medium heat 10-12 minutes stirring occasionally.
  7. Check if the moong is cooked enough, stir in few more curry leaves. Add grated coconut if using(and few drops of coconut oil if you like the flavor) and stir gently to mix.
  8. Move to a serving dish and serve warm with Rice/Roti or plain.

10 comments:

  1. very healthy stir fry,yummy!!
    Great to c u back,Prathibha:)

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  2. very healthy and looks super good.

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  3. Very healthy and delicious stirfry. Looks very tempting.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/04/ragda-patties.html

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  4. Healthy stir fry with sprouted moong

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  5. we prepare this at home bvery often...its definitely yummy!

    Luv,
    Manju
    http://manjuseatingdelights.blogspot.com/

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  6. Very healthy one..happy vishu in advance dear...

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  7. Highly nutritious and inviting stir fry.

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