Monday, July 21, 2008

Pesarattu with Allam pacchadhi



Ingredients for Pesarattu batter

2 cups whole moong dal
3/4 cup raw rice
4 green chillis
2 inchs ginger
salt

Method
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Wash and soak Moong dal and Raw rice for 5 to 6 hours
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Grind to a smooth batter by adding little water , green chillis ,ginger and salt
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Consistency of batter should be thicker than dosa batter ( it should look like idli batter)






For making pesarattus
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Heat tawa on medium high flame ,spread batter with laddle ( or) steel cup in to thin round dosa
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Drizzle with 1 tsp oil , cook on medim flame on both sides until crisp and light golden
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Sprinke some chopped onions and cilantro on one side
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Fold the pesarattu
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Done serve hot with upma and allam pacchadhi








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Recipe for Allam Pacchadhi
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1/2 cup chopped ginger

6 to 7 red chillis

1 tsp cumin seeds

1/2 tsp methi seeds

small lemon size tamarind

salt

1 tbs jaggary

For tempering

2 tbs oil

1 tsp cumin and musturd seeds

1 dry red chilli

curry leaves



Method to make allam pacchadhi
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Heat tsp oil in a pan roast cumin seeds and methi seeds , keep aside
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In a same pan add another tsp of oil add chopped ginger ,red chillis, tamarind ,.Roast them on medium flame
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Take a blender , add roasted cumin seeds, methi seeds , ginger ,redchillis, tamarind ,salt and jaggary ,add 1/2 cup water and blend to a smooth paste
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Taste it once and adjust ,salt and jaggary according to your taste
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Now do tempering by heating 2 tbs oil in a pan then add cumin and musturd seeds ,curry leaves
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Once they start to splutter add ground paste to pan mix everything ,cover and simmer for 5 min
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DONE
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28 comments:

Priti said...

Ummm I'm already hungry and your pesarattu looks perfect for b'fast...you can send this for the healthy cooking event...my sis too make the pesarattu same way...but your looks so crapy and nice colour.

Cham said...

Looks so crispy ur pesarattu with chutney :)

delhibelle said...

The pesarattu, pacchadhi and upma..all look perfect!
This is an excellent post. Bookmarked!

Madhavi said...

OMG Sagari, this is aweasome post. I jus love it, looks divine, mouthwatering. Wonderful recipe dear, will try soon!!!

Illatharasi said...

Awesome pictures.... grat entry, will try this:)

Seema said...

Pessarattu looks yum yum! Great photos.

Andhra Flavors said...

photos bavunayi. nenu e allam pachadi vishayam lo chala poor:(

Uma said...

This is not fair to tempt me like this, Sagari! Pesarattu with allam pachadi...yum! All the pics are very good, especially the first one. Delicious pesarattu.

Sujatha said...

I stubbled upon your blog today from teh Taste of India Feed. You have a excellent blog and I have previuosly made you meatballs with spagetti using chicken. It was good. Nice blog and all recipes looks yummy.

easycrafts said...

I love pesaratu and urs looks so lovely

notyet100 said...

this is somethin totally ew for me ,..everythin looks yum..:-)

Purva Desai said...

This looks fantastic and healthy breakfast....
thanks for sharing....

Usha said...

I make pesarattu often but this pachadi is something very new..all of them look yummy though :)

Myviews said...

First time here. wow! all you recepies are mouth watering.. Awesome pictures.... grat entry, will try this.This pacchadi is new to me.

homecooked said...

These dosas look so yummy! Good pics

LG said...

ahaaa...nice one Sagari. I have bookmarked it to give it a try. I love P&AP combo, pics are awesome..

Shreya said...

Hi Pesarattu looks perfect. Great pics..Why is it always served with upma? Can we omit the upma? My husband loves this, and I have never been able to make good pesarattu. It always gets sticky. I will surely try this. Already have the allam pacchadi that I prepared and stored in the fridge:-)

Medhaa said...

Love this recipe. I will surely be trying this. Thanks for sharing.

Felcy said...

First time to your blog. Lovely recipes and awesome pics!!!

Priya said...

Gorgeous color on the pesarattu's I used to make it with just the moong dal initially, only after a call from mom did I realize that it needed some rice too :) The allam pachadi combo reminds me of andhra mess meals, yummy :)

Sujatha said...

Your Pesarattu is making me hungry now :) So crispy and colorful!

Suma Rajesh said...

hello dear, i have a tag waiting for u at my blog..check out...ur dish looks healthy and great....nice colour and pic...always luved ur recipe as usual..

Laavanya said...

Your allam pachadi is beautiful - must be a great combination with pesarattu.

Maya said...

Wow, your picture makes me want to grab the dosa and the chutney..Both look awesome..

Swapna said...

Love the recipe..keep posting more of this yummy stuff..:)

Rashmi said...

this is my first visit to ur blog... it so good.. especially ur photos makes me so tempting....for the food...

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Priyanka said...

great recipe........have never had pesarratu with pachadi

Anonymous said...

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Love yasmin