Sprouted Channa Sundal Recipe for Navratri Day 1
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Sundal is a common recipe in every Indian kitchen especially in South India during festivals.
With the beginning of Navratri, we begin to show the culinary talents. No festival is complete without the preparation of sweets and pie/puddings. Today we share with you the first recipe on the occasion of the first day of Navratri.
You will need
1 or 2 cups channa (white or brown)
Half cup jiggery
3-4 spoon grated/scrapped coconut
Half spoon mustard seeds, cumin seeds and urad dal
1 long red chilli (optional)
1 spoon ghee
Salt, as per needed
Soak channa and leave it overnight. Next morning, drain all the water used for soaking the channa. Spread it on a dry plate and close it with a lid. After about 8 hours, you will see sprouts occurring and with every passing hour it grows longer.
Now, in a wide pan, ghee roast the mustard seeds, cumin seeds, urad dal and red chilli.
Sundal – Navaratri special recipe is ready to be offered for puja and later on served as prasad.