MANGODE- Moong Dal Pakoras: Tea Time Snacks

MANGODE- Moong Dal Pakoras: Tea Time Snacks Recipe

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About Mangode- Moong Dal Pakoras: Tea Time Snacks Recipe:

One of the most popular pakoras across the country- Every region has induced into it their individual respective touches… However, it’s commonly known as the MANGODE in the MP, UP, Maharashtra & a few areas of Bihar as well & I’ve followed herein the very recipe that’s mostly followed in all these provinces- It can be made absolutely simpler ways too without using so much of the aforementioned ingredients- As in Bengal, we prepare it in even smaller bite sized pieces to relish it with the hot steamed rice and any kind of dal to go with it 💁‍♀️ #SNACK
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  • 55 mins
  • 16 Ingredients
Ingredients
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Ingredients for MANGODE- Moong Dal Pakoras: Tea Time Snacks Recipe

  • As Required For the Moong Dal Mixture/Paste
  • 0.17 cup 1 Cup Yellow Moong
  • to taste Salt
  • 0.17 Pieces Onions: finely chopped
  • 0.17 Pieces Tomato: finely chopped
  • 1/2 g 3-4 g
  • 1/25 cup Fresh Coriander Leaves: Finely Chopped
  • 0.17 g reen Chilli: Finely Chopped-Optional/ Depending on your taste
  • 0.08 tsp Turmeric
  • 0.08 tsp Red chilli powder
  • 0.17 tsp Ajwain/carom seeds
  • 0.08 tsp Sesame or Nigella Seeds: Optional
  • 0.08 tsp Roasted PanchPhoron Powder: Ideally Roasted Cumin Powder
  • 0.17 tbsp warm cooking oil: Optional (Recommend though)
  • as required Cooking Oil: To Deep Fry the Pakoras
  • As Required arnish: Your Way
Nutrition
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  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment

Directions

How to Make Mangode- Moong Dal Pakoras: Tea Time Snacks Recipe

STEP 01

Firstly, soak the yellow moong dal in the warm water for the aforesaid given time period-

STEP 02

Next, wash it well post that time & blend it coarsely without adding any water to it or if at all required, not more than 1 tbsp-

STEP 03

2-3 times, scrape the sides of the blender jar to blend it nicely

STEP 04

Take it out in a separate bowl: Add into the same now, one by one- All the aforementioned veggies, dry & wet spices & Masalas-

STEP 05

Mix everything well together until nicely combined and well blended

STEP 06

Heat up a frying pan over the medium-high flame initially, then reducing the flame to the medium-low while deep frying the pakoras for its even cooking-

STEP 07

At this point, add in a tbsp of the hot/warm oil to the mixture and mix well together for its enhanced tastes

STEP 08

FYI: Please note that, I’ve not used in it a single bit of either the Besan, Rice Flour or even Baking Soda-

STEP 09

Despite that, it turned out absolutely fluffy & well cooked, immensely crunchy & tasteful

STEP 10

Fry them in a few batches- Depending on the size of your pan or kadhai- Don’t over crowd the same as it’ll spoil its crunchiness & will not be well cooked at all-

STEP 11

Also, maintain the flame always in moderation while frying them, while straining out- Raise the flame as it helps in less absorption of the oil

STEP 12

Strain them, place it in a separate plate lined up with an absorbent paper or a colander to take care of any excess oil remaining in them-

STEP 13

When all the batches are done with- Transfer them in a separate serving plate-

STEP 14

Sprinkle with some chat masala & black salt for that extra tang & tartness

STEP 15

Dish out in the serving bowl/platter- Garnish it your own way & serve it hot with your favourite sauce/ketchup/dip/chutney, etc.

STEP 16

Now, time to simply enjoy the same with your favourite cuppa

STEP 17

Exactly that’s what I did this evening...💁‍♀️🤤😋

Note

This recipe was submitted by a Slurrp Community Member and hasn't been tested by the Slurrp recipe team

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