Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Andhra Pesarattu With Ginger Chutney


Pesarattu, traditional Andhra Pradesh dish is prepared mainly with green gram. Sometimes little rice is added for crispness. Green gram is soaked, ground with spices and without fermenting it is prepared like dosa.For this dosa you do not ferment the batter. If you are not making dosas immediately refrigerate the batter. . Pesarattu can be served with any chutney but sweet-sour ginger chutney suits well.
 


For The Pesarattu:
Moong dal (split green gram)- 1 cup
Medium sized onion-1
Ginger (adrak)- 1/4
Green chillies-4 to 5
Salt to taste
Rice -1 1/2 tbsp

For the pesarattu:

1. Wash the moong dal 2 or 3 times, and soak it in water for 2 hours.
2. After 2 hours, drain the moong dal and grind it with onion , ginger and green chillies, salt &rice  to a smooth batter.
3Once they are finely crushed add enough water and grind again  So finally it should look like dosa batter consistency.
4. While grinding water is not enough  add water after transfering into a bowl. 
5.Now heat a Dosa pan add 1 tspn oil and rub .when it is heated add 1 laddle full of batter and immediately rotate the batter with the same laddle to form a dosa.
6.When Corners turn light brownish reverse the pesarattu other side. Yummy pesarattu is ready to serve with hot and freshly grinded Ginger chutney.
  
For The Ginger Chutney:
Oil-1 tsp
Red chillies-3 to 4
urad dal (split black lentils)- 2 tsp
Chopped ginger (adrak)- 1 1/2 tbsp
Freshly grated coconut-1 1/2 tbsp
A little jaggery
A little tamarind
Salt to taste
For tempering-1 tsp oil
Mustard seeds -1/2 tsp
 
Method
For the ginger chutney:
   1. Heat the oil and fry red chillies, urad dal and ginger for a minute on a medium flame.
   2. Grind the red chilli mixture along with coconut,jaggery, tamarind and salt. Keep aside.
   3. Heat a the oil add the mustard seeds.
   4. When they splutter,pour the tempering over the grounded chutney, mix well and keep aside. Serve with pesarattu.

5 comments:

Vidhya said...

thats my favorite. Looks delicious

RAKS KITCHEN said...

My favorite healthy break fast,sometimes i make it like adai and sometimes very thin,both ways tastes good!

Prathima Rao said...

This is my fav breakfast dish!!! Perfect with gonger chutney!!
Prathima Rao
Prats Corner

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Wow very tempting,urs version is simply awesome...

Priti said...

Love this ....yours looks so gud ..I want to eat it