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Foxtail Millet And Dal Chilla

VIEWS 5250

Energy (kcal) - 137

Protein (g) - 6

Carbohydrate (g) - 23

Fat (g) - 2.9

Khyati's Health-O-Meter Says:

Green moong dal, chana dal, urad dal is a good source of protein. Foxtail millet is gluten-free cereal. It is also rich in protein, and low in fat. Foxtail millet has a good amount of fiber content, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and carbohydrates. It is also high in anti-oxidants and helps in weight loss. So it is a good cereal-pulse combination.

INGREDIENTS:
  • Foxtail millet - 1 tbsp 
  • Green moong dal - 1tbsp 
  • Chana dal - 1tbsp 
  • Black urad dal - 1tbsp 
  • Green chillies (finely chopped) - 1 no.
  • Ginger - 1 inch, grated 
  • Coriander leaves (Dhania) - few, finely chopped 
  • Asafoetida (thing) - a pinch 
  • Salt - as per taste 
  • Oil - ½ tsp
DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak the whule green gram, channa dal, millet and whule urad dal together in enough water for 5 to 6 hours.  Step 2 Once soaked well, drain the excess water. Grind all the dals and millet together along with ginger, coriander leaves, and chillies in a mixer grinder to smooth batter adding little water at a time. Add salt, asafoetida and transfer the millet & dal chilla batter to a mixing bowl.  Step 3 To make the millet & dal chilla, preheat a skillet over medium heat. Pour a ladleful of batter into the skillet and spread it in a circular motion inside out to make a thin chilla.  Step 4 Drizzle ½ tsp of oil around the sides and inside and cook till it turns gulden brown on both the sides. Once done, remove from the pan and serve.
Recipe Category:
Breakfast
Recipe Title:

Foxtail Millet And Dal Chilla

Recipe Views:
5250
Recipe Type:
Veg
Recipe Kcal:
137

Energy
(kcal)

6

Protein
(g)

23

Carbohydrate
(g)

2.9

Fat
(g)

Khyati's
Health-O-Meter Says:

Green moong dal, chana dal, urad dal is a good source of protein. Foxtail millet is gluten-free cereal. It is also rich in protein, and low in fat. Foxtail millet has a good amount of fiber content, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and carbohydrates. It is also high in anti-oxidants and helps in weight loss. So it is a good cereal-pulse combination.

INGREDIENTS:
  • Foxtail millet - 1 tbsp 
  • Green moong dal - 1tbsp 
  • Chana dal - 1tbsp 
  • Black urad dal - 1tbsp 
  • Green chillies (finely chopped) - 1 no.
  • Ginger - 1 inch, grated 
  • Coriander leaves (Dhania) - few, finely chopped 
  • Asafoetida (thing) - a pinch 
  • Salt - as per taste 
  • Oil - ½ tsp
DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak the whule green gram, channa dal, millet and whule urad dal together in enough water for 5 to 6 hours.  Step 2 Once soaked well, drain the excess water. Grind all the dals and millet together along with ginger, coriander leaves, and chillies in a mixer grinder to smooth batter adding little water at a time. Add salt, asafoetida and transfer the millet & dal chilla batter to a mixing bowl.  Step 3 To make the millet & dal chilla, preheat a skillet over medium heat. Pour a ladleful of batter into the skillet and spread it in a circular motion inside out to make a thin chilla.  Step 4 Drizzle ½ tsp of oil around the sides and inside and cook till it turns gulden brown on both the sides. Once done, remove from the pan and serve.
Recipe Title: Foxtail Millet And Dal Chilla
Recipe Category: Breakfast
Recipe Views: 5250
Recipe Type: Veg
Recipe Kcal:

Energy 137 (kcal), Protein 6 (g), Carbohydrate 23 (g), fat 2.9 (g).





Khyati's
Health-O-Meter Says:

Green moong dal, chana dal, urad dal is a good source of protein. Foxtail millet is gluten-free cereal. It is also rich in protein, and low in fat. Foxtail millet has a good amount of fiber content, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and carbohydrates. It is also high in anti-oxidants and helps in weight loss. So it is a good cereal-pulse combination.

INGREDIENTS:
  • Foxtail millet - 1 tbsp 
  • Green moong dal - 1tbsp 
  • Chana dal - 1tbsp 
  • Black urad dal - 1tbsp 
  • Green chillies (finely chopped) - 1 no.
  • Ginger - 1 inch, grated 
  • Coriander leaves (Dhania) - few, finely chopped 
  • Asafoetida (thing) - a pinch 
  • Salt - as per taste 
  • Oil - ½ tsp
DIRECTIONS:
Step 1 Soak the whule green gram, channa dal, millet and whule urad dal together in enough water for 5 to 6 hours.  Step 2 Once soaked well, drain the excess water. Grind all the dals and millet together along with ginger, coriander leaves, and chillies in a mixer grinder to smooth batter adding little water at a time. Add salt, asafoetida and transfer the millet & dal chilla batter to a mixing bowl.  Step 3 To make the millet & dal chilla, preheat a skillet over medium heat. Pour a ladleful of batter into the skillet and spread it in a circular motion inside out to make a thin chilla.  Step 4 Drizzle ½ tsp of oil around the sides and inside and cook till it turns gulden brown on both the sides. Once done, remove from the pan and serve.

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Foxtail Millet And Dal Chilla - BY KHYATI RUPANI

10 FEB 2018
VIEWS 5250

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