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Lintel crepe/ moong dal ka cheela

Sunday breakfast !! I generally take time to think what to make on Sunday mornings because Sunday is the only day when my family sits together for breakfast ....and they all wait for Sundays because I always make something special of their choice on Sundays .I will reveal my secret to you, I always try to make something very healthy witch is also very tasty so that at least once a week I make them eat a very healthy breakfast .... And this breakfast recipe is a bundle of protein

Lintel crepe / moong dal cheela


What goes Inside:

Whole Green Moong Dal/Green Gram: 2 Cups.
Onion:1 Med sized.
Green Chillies: 2 nos.
Jeera/Cumin seeds: 1/4 Tsp.
Curry Leaves: 8 nos.
Ginger:1/2" Piece.
Dry Red Chilly: 2 nos.
Salt: To Taste.

How to put it together:

Soak the Green Gram in water for about 30 mins, i normally prefer to soak it overnight (about 6-8 hours also gives you a good crepe),
Coarse grind the Green chillies, curry leaves,ginger,Jeera,dry red chilly together and set aside.
Now drain the soaked Dal and grind with enough water to come to a Dosa batter pouring consistency,make a smooth paste.(when you add water to the batter after grinding, dosa's / crepe won't turn out crispy).
Add the pre-ground masala, which we made earlier into this batter, chop one onion finely add to batter, next add salt and, mix thoroughly.
Now on a pre heated Tawa/Girdle, rub little oil and wipe with a tissue, spread the batter in a spiral movement forming a round shape,spray a little oil, allow to cook, when you notice one side done, turn over and allow the other side to cook and make hot dosa's, and relish with the chutney of your choice.


1. Paneer stuffing
Use cottage cheese stuffing for make it more healthyer
2. Tomato and onion chutney

You can use tomato and onion chutney as a spread on crepe .

3. Soybean stuffing

You can use soye stuffing also


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