Pachai payaru/green moong sweet chundal-navaratri recipe

    I made this last week and have been waiting to post this delicious chundal recipes as all my friends liked it.But the navarati keeps me quite busy with the haldi kumkums,Lalitha sahasranaama ,get togethers etc apart from managing the toddlers.Though I am managing to make chundal and other prasadams each day, clicking pictures has been difficult.

     This sweet version is really easy to make, coconut gives a nice crunchy taste while the ghee gives a nice flavour making the chundal really delicious!!!

Pachai payaru/green moong sweet chundal-navaratri recipe
Pachai payaru/green moong sweet chundal-navaratri recipeI made this last week and have been waiting to post this delicious chundal recipes as all my friends liked it.But the navarati keeps me quite busy with the haldi kumkums,Lalitha sahasranaama ,get togethers etc apart from managing the toddlers.Though I am managing to make chundal and other prasadams ...

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  • Cuisinesouth indian
  • Cooking Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Preparation Time15 minutesPT0H15M
  • Total Time30 minutesPT0H30M

Ingredients

Green moong/pachai payaru(whole)
1 cup
Jaggery
1/2cup
Grated coconut
1tbsp
Cardamom powder
1/2tsp
Ghee
1/2tbsp

Steps

  1.   Soak the green moong in water for 2 hours. Cook in a pressure cooker till soft. Drain the water and keep aside.
  2.    Place the powdered jaggery in half a cup of water. When it dissolves, add this mixture in a pan.
  3. Heat and allow it to boil. Now add the cooked moong dal.Mix well. Add the cardamom powder.Keep stirring till it starts thickening.
  4.     When it has thickened add the ghee and grated coconut. Mix  and cook until well combined. Remove from flame.
  5. Serve warm.
Pachai payaru/green moong sweet chundal-navaratri recipe

Enjoy!