|Whole moong dhal/Green gram dhal||1 cup|
|Raw rice||1/8 cup|
|Ginger chopped||2 tsp|
|Green chillies||2 or 3|
|Curry leaves||a sprig|
|Onions chopped||1 small sized|
Wash and soak the green gram dhal and rice together for atleast 2 hrs. I usually soak it overnight
Grind both together with little water. Add ginger, salt,asafeotida and green chillies while grinding.
Grind to a smooth batter. The batter should be of uthappam consistency. Somewhere in between the consistency of idli batter and dosa batter.Add curry leaves to the batter and mix well
Heat the tawa (When water is sprinkled on the tawa it should sizzle) and add 1 tablespoon of chopped onions.
Alternatively, the onions can be separately fried and then added to the batter
Now pour the batter similar to dosa. Add some oil
Once cooked, flip the dosa and cook to golden brown on both the sides.
Adding onions is completely optional
Sprouted moong dhal can also be used which is much more healthier
2 tablespoons of grated coconut can also be added while grinding the batter