A snack that goes well with your evening cup of tea. Fried parcels stuffed with a spicy and flavourful mix of moong dal, onions, turmeric and chaat masala.
A sweet treat made with moong dal, khoya and almonds.
Halwa made from moong dal and flavored with cardamom and almonds. Its a perfect winter dessert.
The classic moong dal recipe simplified for you.
Sudden urge to eat? You have moong dal cheela to your rescue. This easy to make cheela is not only healthy but it also manages to fill up your stomach.
Peerkangai (ridge gourd) kootu is a common dish in Tamil Nadu. This dish combines moong dal with ridge gourd. It's a great accompaniment with rice and rasam. It can also be eaten along with rotis.
Cheelas made from moong dal and peas. Stuffed with paneer. A yummy option for your breakfast or brunch.
Puris stuffed with a flavorsome moong dal mixture.
An Indian soup of spiced lentils, both healthy and tasty.
Leave these lentil bites to dry after shaping them and store them for additional crunch and flavor to any vegetable dish.
The unusual name of the dish grabs your attention followed by two guys who serve plate after plate of hot moong-dal pancakes at lightning speed.
The festive season gives you all the more reason to go to the kitchen and prepare dishes for those who have a sweet tooth. Try recipes like moong dal halwa and plum cake to make ...
India is one of the few countries that is blessed with variety in almost every aspect, food being the most obvious one. The unquestionable love and celebration of good food has been bringing people together ...
We bring you our 10 best North Indian breakfast recipes, from Chole Bhature to butter laden Aloo Parathas, Moong Dal Cheela to crispy Kachoris.
The humble chila, made with besan or moong dal, is a classic. And a classic deserves special mention. We've listed a delicious recipe and quick tips and tricks to make this healthy breakfast dish.