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Sunday, October 17, 2010

Sweet Sundal with paasi payaru
  I referred Shanthiji’s post for making this sundal,I have not made this sweet version before… I made this for my first day of Kolu. Simple,tasty and nutritious!  What else we need ? :)

Whole green gram sweet sundal

Paasi Payaru sweet sundal recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Snack
Prep Time: 1 hr soaking time    |  Cook time: 20 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients


Whole green gram/Pachai Payar/paasi payaru  1/2 cup 
Jaggery  3 tblsp 
Salt  2 pinches 
Grated coconut  4 tblsp 

To Temper

Oil 1 tsp
Mustard 3/4 tsp
Curry leaves Few
Red chilli 1 no.

 


Method:

  1. Soak the green gram overnight,drain water,let water be just to immerse the green gram.
  2. Soaked gram
  3. Pressure cook it in medium flame for 3-4 whistles.
  4. Cooked gram
  5. Heat a pan with oil and temper with mustard,redchillies and curry leaves.
  6. Temper
  7. Add the cooked green gram and give it a stir till the moisture evaporates. Add the salt and jaggery.
  8. add jaggery
  9. Stir until the jaggery blends well, add the coconut and stir for a minute.
  10. Add coconut
  11. Transfer to the serving bowl. Delicious Sundal is ready!
Whole green gram sweet sundal

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44 comments:

  1. Beautiful clicks.Love moong dal sundal,Delicious.

    Pushpa @ simplehomefood.com

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  2. Looks so delicious and yes it is so so healthy and we too make this sweet version..but not often. And as usual all the pictures are looking great Raji.

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  3. i have not made a sweet version of it before but looks worth a try...yummy and healthy one...

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  4. Wow, it looks delicious and I love the addition of grated coconut! I will have to see if I can find these whole green gram here (Italy).

    Ciao!

    Laura

    http://www.hippressurecooking.com

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  5. the sweet green gram recipe is awesome.....

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  6. Happy Dussera to u and ur family. Sundal looks delicious and tasty and clicks are great as usual :)

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  7. Hi Rajeswari,

    Sundal looks yummy..:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  8. sundal/guggillu in telugu, looks soft and yummy,with stepwise examples.
    kanthi
    http://myworld-kitchen.blogspot.com

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  9. love the sweet version of moongdal. yet to try this yummy sundal. my mom makes the same with karamani during navaratri.
    Clicks are awesome .

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  10. Awesome clicks raks!!!Happy Navrathri!!!!

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  11. Really nutritious sundal raji,too gud pics...Happy Navarathiri!

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  12. Sweet sundal looks superb, nutritious and yummy..

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  13. Have come out well. Hope it would have tasted better too. Thanks for linking my post.

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  14. Wow the sweet sundal?Never heard this before.This is very healthy and tasty sundal.

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  15. very lovely sundal...

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  16. never make sweet sundal must try it.looking delicious

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  17. very nice.. never made sweet sundal with pacha payar. used to make with karamani. nice pictures.

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  18. Sweet sundal is something so new to me. I have never had it before :) will surely give it a try :)

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  19. Sweet sundal looks delicious. I love it.

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  20. Happy Dussehera to you n your family Raks!
    Sweet sundal looks really great..very new n interesting recipe.I am totally loving your second pic..too good!

    US Masala

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  21. I have never made this before should give it a try...love it!

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  22. Love it.Sundal looks perfect.

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  23. Looks really good. Never had this though.

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  24. adding jaggery...very interesting one....will try it!

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  25. Healthy and delicious..yummy yumm!!!

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  26. I've never tried the sweet version so far - must be yummy.

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  27. The sundal looks so good. Love your clicks :-)

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  28. Can I have some plzzzzzzzz...gorgeious clicks makes me craving...

    Tasty Appetite

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  29. Lovely shot and yummy sundal.

    Aaha Oho

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  30. my fav sundal recipe, looks healthy and yummy

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  31. Wow looks so tempting, nice clicks too....But I prefer the savoury version more :)

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  32. Hi raj...
    came here thru sharmi's blog and i loved it...I am following u dear...i loved step by step method.....I always wanted to do that, but it so time consuming and ur efforts are much appreciated...
    Loved this recipe, never had it before though:
    Love,
    shabs.

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  33. Never had this sweet version, sounds interesting. Thanks to u and shanthiji.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  34. Hy dear,

    An award is waiting for you at my blog...plz stop by to collect your award..

    Tasty Appetite

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  35. its very healthy.. love it.I love to have it with a hot cup of tea.

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  36. Yummy!! reminds me of my mom..this is her fav, often she prepares this..

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  37. very healthy indeed!

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  38. never had this ..looks tempting...

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  39. ஏனுங்கோ... இனிப்பு சுண்டல்னுட்டு இம்மாம் பெரிய வரமொளகாய (red chilly) மேல வச்சிருக்கீங்களே... இது நியாயமா...

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  40. Kadavule - have you not seen sweet pachadi recipes with chillies in it..... ??

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  41. Love the sweet + savory sundal. yumm.

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  42. Hi you add both salt / red chillies / mustard and jaggery? How is it????? Is it sweet or savory?

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