Moong dal. Bring dal, water, and salt to a boil. Moong dal is rich in iron and this helps in the production of red blood cells. A good amount of red blood cells is crucial to prevent anaemia and improve the overall blood circulation in the body.
It is good for your muscles. Moong dal is a rich source of protein. Proteins play an essential role in maintaining your muscles. You can have Moong dal using 9 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Moong dal
- It's of moong Dal.
- Prepare of pumpkin.
- Prepare of gourd.
- It's of green chillies.
- It's of nigella seeds.
- It's of red chilli.
- Prepare of turmeric powder.
- It's of salt and sugar.
- Prepare of oil.
Moong dal (also known as mung dhal or mag ni dal), the mung bean split into half, is a staple across the Indian subcontinent and other parts of Asia. The moong dal is also known as the green gram or mash or even moong. This species of plant belongs to the legume family. Moong dal is mostly cultivated in regions of Asia, especially east, southeast regions.
Moong dal instructions
- Heat oil and temper nigella seeds and red chilli.
- Add pumpkin and gourd and fry with salt and turmeric powder.
- Add moong dal and water allow to boil. when moong dal is cooked properly switch off the gas. serve hot with rice.
This type of dal is most common in savory and sweet dishes. The green moon dal is approximately ¼ inches and is round in shape. Rinse and soak half cup moong dal until you prepare the onions and tomatoes. Moong dal, alternatively called mung beans, starts as small green beans. Once they are split, it becomes yellow moong dal.