Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls | How to make Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls

By Lata Lala  |  28th Apr 2017  |  
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Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rollsby Lata Lala
  • Prep Time

    15

    mins
  • Cook Time

    10

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  • Serves

    4

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About Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls Recipe

we all know sprouts are very good source of fibre and a rich source of protein. Sprouts are known as health rejuvenator and mood fresher. Sprouts are rich in fibre, protein, minerals, vitamins and enzymes, that’s why they are known as a miracle food. I try to incorporate sprouts in everyday meals at least twice a week. Sometimes I make sprouts salad or sabzi or misal. But my children always say it’s so boring, so I decided to make this starter by using papads.

Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls is a popular aromatic and delicious dish. You can try making this amazing Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls in your kitchen. This recipe requires 15 minutes for preparation and 10 minutes to cook. The Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls by Lata Lala has detailed steps with pictures so you can easily learn how to cook Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls at home without any difficulty. Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls is enjoyed by everyone and can be served on special occasions. The flavours of the Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls would satiate your taste buds. You must try making Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls this weekend. Share your Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls cooking experience on the BetterButter platform. You can also use the "What's cooking" feature on the app to get in touch with other home chefs like Lata Lala for inputs. In case you have any queries for Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls you can comment on the recipe page to connect with the Lata Lala. You can also rate the Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls and give feedback.

Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls

Ingredients to make Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls

  • 1 cup whole moong sprouted(or you can take mix sprouts also)
  • 1 small onion chopped
  • 1 tsp ginger garlic paste
  • 1/2tsp turmeric powder
  • 1tsp garam masala
  • 1tsp lemon juice
  • 1/2 cup Green chutney (coriander mint)
  • 12 urad dal Papads ( 2 papads for one roll)
  • 6 pieces of bread
  • salt to taste
  • pepper powder 1 tsp
  • oil to deep fry

How to make Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls

  1. Make whole moong sprouts by soaking moong in enough water for at least 8 hours.
  2. Drain the water and tie it in cloth and keep in a container for 24 hours.
  3. Next day pressure cook with salt till it softens but not mushy.
  4. Drain the excess water and pat dry it with cloth or tissue paper.
  5. Pulse this in a mixer to make a paste.
  6. Heat oil in a pan.
  7. Saute onions till pink.
  8. Add all the spices and ginger garlic paste. Saute for few minutes
  9. Now add sprouts paste and saute.
  10. Lastly, add lemon juice and switch off the flame. Cool it.
  11. Meanwhile cut the brown edges of the bread.
  12. Take one piece and slice it vertically into 2 equal pieces.
  13. On one side apply green chutney and on the other side apply sprouts paste.
  14. Keep piece on each other like a sandwich.
  15. Now soak Papad in water for few seconds and lay it on cotton kitchen towel.
  16. Here I have used 2 papads by overlaying on each other for one roll as it was difficult to make a roll with single papad because of the small size of papad.
  17. Put the chutney+sprouts between bread piece in the centre of papad and start folding it like a roll( exactly as how we fold spring rolls sheet).
  18. If necessary apply water on the edges of papad to close it neatly.
  19. Likewise, make all the rolls ready.
  20. Deep fry it on medium to high heat otherwise it will soak more oil.
  21. Crispy, crunchy and chatpata rolls are ready.
  22. Serve hot with tomato sauce.

My Tip:

Don’t keep the fried one for long as it would turn soggy.

Reviews for Moong Sprouts Papad Pocket Rolls (1)

Geetanjali Khannaa year ago

Yummy .. wish i could just eat one...
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