Gujrati Liquid Dals are famous because of its sweet and savory taste. Gujraties normaly use toor dal(pigeonsplits) in their recipes while making any liquid dal and dry moongdal subji which i already share is also very famous with 'Aam ka ras'
Today is ganeshchaturthi and I was super exited to make some sweets from him to offer at pooja. This is perfect for evening snack, Pidi kozhukattais are also made savory version but I prefer sweet version more
I Saw this recipe here. I always love jaggery based sweets. I find Little millet flour naturally sweet. Little millet Flour / Idiyappam Flour - 1 Cup. Maida - 1 tablepoon. Salt - 1/2 teaspoon. Oil - 1 Tablepoon. Water - 1 1/2 Cup. Roasted Sesame seeds - 1. Jaggery - 1/4-1/2 cup (Adjust to your preferred sweetness). Grated Coconut - 2-3 tablespoon. Cardamom powder - 1/4 teaspoon. Switch off the flame and leave it for 3-5 mins
My husband likes sweet poornam kolukattai. Bring all the sides together and make it into modak shape. My 2nd son also love the sweet one. Rice Flour / Idiyappam flour - 1/2 cup. Oil - 1. Sesame seeds - 1 cup ( I have used White one). Jaggery - 1 cup. Grated coconut - 3 tablespoon. Elachi / Cardamom powder - 1/4 teaspoon. Steam this in idli plate till it is cooked (takes about 10-12 mins) when it is cooked the outer cover will be shinny
Also check some other dosa recipes in this space. moongdal and chana dal dosa recipe - It is a very healthy, delicious, protein packed very thin pancake prepared with the batter of husked split green grams (moongdal) and split bengal grams (chana dal)