This Street-Style Moong Dal Pizza Is Bursting With Cheese – Tried It Yet?

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Dals (or lentils) form an important part of Indian cuisine. Apart from being consumed by themselves, they also form the basis of many other recipes. Take Moong Dal, for instance; also known as Green Gram or Horse Gram, the dal is known for its high protein content. It is also enriched with other minerals such as iron, magnesium and Calcium. There are plenty of recipes made with Moong Dal, whether it is the classic Moong Dal Cheela, a sprouted Moong Dal chaat or a lip-smacking Moong Dal Samosa. But have you heard of the Moong Dal pizza? A food blogger shared the video of the interesting street-style Moong Dal Pizza which he discovered in Delhi. Take a look:

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Shared on Instagram by food blogger ‘Dil Se Foodie’, the video featured a special Moong Dal Pizza. The street-style preparation was made by Swadeshi Pizza, a food stall in Central Delhi’s ITO area run by Kapil Madan. The video has received over 155k views and hundreds of comments from excited users.

In the 9 minutes, 50-second clip, we can see the preparation of a special cheese burst Moong Dal Pizza. First, the Moong Dal batter is poured into a small skillet to cook it from both sides. Then, a thin top layer of the Moong Dal Pizza is removed and veggies are added inside, along with Paneer and cheese. The layer is then closed back and greased on both sides with butter and grilled till crisp and golden brown. Another layer of grated cheese finished off the dish on top, which is again flipped on both sides to make it crispy and delicious.

What a wonderful recipe, right? We bet you’re drooling already. If you’re looking for some healthy and delicious Moong Dal recipes to make at home, we’ve got you covered. Here are some tasty snack recipes made with Moong Dal.

About Aditi AhujaAditi loves talking to and meeting like-minded foodies (especially the kind who like veg momos). Plus points if you get her bad jokes and sitcom references, or if you recommend a new place to eat at.





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