Andhra Pesarattu

Pesarattu is one of the most commonly eaten breakfasts in Andhra pradesh, are made with whole moong dal called as pesalu in Telugu. It is not possible to make good moong dal dosa with over soaked green gram or with stale batter With the green gram just soaked and grind with green chili and ginger

Andhra Pesarattu

Pesarattu is one of the most commonly eaten breakfasts in Andhra pradesh, are made with whole moong dal called as pesalu in Telugu. It is not possible to make good moong dal dosa with over soaked green gram or with stale batter With the green gram just soaked and grind with green chili and ginger

Category : Vegetarian, Breakfast

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By Renukadevi Kumanan

Published On: 21 May 2016

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10 Minutes
Served : 4
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Step 1 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 1

Soak green gram and raw rice and over night

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Step 2 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 2

Now grind in jar cumin, green chili and onion 1 and ginger

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Step 3 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 3

Now add green gram and raw rice in jar and grind coarsely

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Step 4 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 4

In pesarattu batter add salt and rest for 5 mins

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Step 5 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 5

Now add chopped onion and Curry leaves and coriander mix well

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Step 6 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 6

Heat tawa and spread batter like dosa and cook both side

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Step 7 Andhra Pesarattu  Recipe

Step 7

Now its ready to serve Andhra Pesarattu

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erramesh

my mom used to do pesarattu, Thanks to Renuka mam

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