Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack

Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack

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This scrumptious Sprouted Moong Pakoda is going to add an element of fun to your tea-time! Made of a batter of raw sprouted moong perked up with green chillies, ginger, garlic and mint leaves, this unique pakoda has a very off-beat taste and texture that will surprise you.

It is also quick and easy to make if you have sprouted moong ready on hand because there is no soaking or fermenting involved in the recipe.

The rice flour gives it a nice crispness. Serve the pakodas hot and fresh with chutneys of your choice. A cup of hot coffee or tea completes the experience.

Try other pakoda recipes like Pumpkin Pakoras or Rice and Peanut Pakoda .

Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack recipe - How to make Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:    Total Time:     2Makes 2 servings
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  1. Blend the moong in a mixer till coarse.
  2. Transfer the moong mixture into a dep bowl, add all other ingredients and mix well.
  3. Heat the oil in a deep non-stick pan, drop spoonful of the mixture using your fingers and deep-fry a few pakodas at a time on a medium flame till they turn golden brown in colour from all the sides. Drain on an absorbent paper.
  4. Serve immediately with green chutney and tomato ketchup.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
Energy302 cal
Protein10.2 g
Carbohydrates29.8 g
Fiber7.1 g
Fat15.7 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Sodium11.1 mg


Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack
 on 26 Jun 20 07:03 PM

I made these moong sprout pakoras for my family, and they were deliciously crispy. Thank you for this easy recipe.
Tarla Dalal
01 Jul 20 09:07 AM
   Harshita, nice to hear from you and thanks for the feedback.
Sprouted Moong Pakoda, Evening Snack
 on 13 Mar 18 11:03 AM

Hi I have a query ...do we need to steam.the sprouts before using or even drench in warm water for a while before using .the answer will be helpful mam
Tarla Dalal
14 Mar 18 09:07 AM
   Hi, We have not boiled them , just sprout them and use....