Thursday, 2 August 2012

Moogachi god usal (Sweet Mung khichdi)



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This is yet another traditional dish which makes its appearance during Narali Pournima or Sankranti in my house. It is a tasty as well as nutritious dish full of the goodness of Mung and Jaggery .





Ingredients :

Whole green mung - 1 cup
Jaggery - 3/4  cup
Grated coconut - half cup
cashews - 1tbsp
cardamom powder - 2 tsp
ghee - as per required








Method:

Dry roast mung in a kadhai till brownish green and a nice aroma comes.
In a pressure cook them for about 8 to 10 whistles or till cooked properly.
Mung should be soft but not overcooked.
Remove from cooker after the pressure goes and strain the water .
Don't throw this water.
It is very nutritional and can be added to some other dish.
Now heat ghee in kadhai ,add the mung and jaggery and mix it well, cook for 10 to 15 minutes.
Now add grated coconut and cook for another 10 minutes.
In the end add cahews and cardamom powder.
This mung usal tasted better when hot .
Don't forget to put some ghee on top while serving it.
This enhances the taste of the usal.



 I am sending this dish as my entry to event    know-your-natural-sweetness jaggery hosted by  Archana from  tangyminds  and owned by  Jagruti      from Jagruti's cooking Odyssey





Also sending this recipe to the event  Jagruti's Cooking Odessey :rakhi-thread-of-love

hosted by Jagruti














4 comments:

  1. Congreats dear.. Awesome recipe :) Thank you for linking this recipe on our event.But u need to put our logo and linking it on your blog dear.

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  2. Well done dear :) Let jagruti madam see this dear.I ll inform her :) Thank u so much :)

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    1. Just saw ..:-) well done both of you !!

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  3. What a wonderful recipe..so healthy too..I must try soon..you can also link to my event Rakhi- The thread of love . Thank you for sending it to Archana's event too :-)

    Jagruti's Cooking Odyssey
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