This is a traditional South Indian recipe that is packed with the goodness of sprouts and lentils that makes it a complete health food for diabetics and calorie conscious people. This wholesome dish keeps you satiated for a long time.
1. Sprouting makes wheat seeds contain 300% more proteins responsible for improving metabolism, boosting energy, and keeping blood sugar levels stable.
2. Only three days of spouting increase the density of vitamins dramatically: the content of vitamin E increases 300%, of vitamin C – 600%, and the content of vitamin B becomes 1000% higher. The content of vitamin B17 known for its prevention of cancer is 100% higher than in unsprouted seeds.
3. Originally, wheat is rich in carbohydrate and causes excessive mucus, which can have unpleasant consequences such as chronic cough, crusty eyes, constantly stuffy nose, and bad breath. In the process of spouting, carbohydrates are converted to natural sugar, decreasing the amount of mucus being formed.
1. Whole wheat sprouts – 1 cup
2. Green gram sprouts – 1/ cup
3. Toor dal – 2 tsp
4. Urad dal – 2 tsp
5. Channa dal – 2 tsp
6. Onions – 1
7. Red Chilli – 2
8. Ginger – Grated 1 tsp
9. Curry leaves – few
10. Salt as per taste
11. Olive Oil – 2 tbsp
1. Wash and grind the wheat sprouts roughly.
2. Soak the channa dal, urad dal and toor dal in water for an hour. 3. Grind the green gram sprouts along with the channa dal, urad dal, toor dal, ginger and red chillies to form a coarse batter.
4. Chop the onion finely and mix all the batter with onions, curry leaves and salt in a large bowl.
5. Heat oil in a flat bottomed pan, add a ladle of the batter and spread it to form thin circles.
6. Make a few holes into them, fry till both sides are crisp, dribble excess oil and serve hot.
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