White Peas 200 gms
Atta 1 cup
Chillie powder ¼ spoon
Raw mangoes 5 spoons (finely chopped)
Coconut grated 3 spoons
Coriander leaves 3 spoons (finely chopped)
Lemon ½ lemon
For Seasoning : coconut oil 1 spoon, mustard seeds 1/2 spoon
Asafoedita powder ¼ spoon,chopped curry leaves 1 spoon.
Preparation :
Soak peas overnight. Boil them and add little salt.Knead the atta dough with little salt, chillie powder, asafoedita powder and make tiny balls. Pressure cook them for 7 to 8 minutes. Heat Coconut oil in a kadai. Add mustard seeds to splutter and then add asafoedita powder and curry leaves. Add the pressure cooked atta balls and sauté for a minute.add the coarsely ground powder, boiled peas,finely chopped Raw mangoes, grated coconut and mix well. Add salt to taste squeeze the half lemon. Mix well. Sprinkle coriander leaves and serve hot. Healthy. tasty sundal ready to be served.Serves 4.

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vijaysowmya's picture

A different type of sundal using atta. Looks very tasty. All the best Smile

umaraja's picture

very different,,, innovative idea,,, al d best

Suguna Murugesan's picture

very different and tasty :)...all the best!

nithyaashok's picture

Healthy and yummy recipe, All the best.

lakshmiraghu's picture

innovative idea... Smile all the best

ammuchandhini's picture

Nice new recipe...delicious...all d best Smile

rajamma_2's picture

Mixed peas/aata ball sundal smells tasty!

vyjayanthi's picture

with atta ? never though in this angle. Let me also try and taste, very nice looking sundal, All the best !
But why address with phone no.? Want all of us (kolam members to visit ur house ?)

subashini's picture

very different idea using atta.All the best. Smile

Pragaya's picture

Very different sundal using atta. Nice variation from the traditional sundals. All the best. Smile

dibbutn's picture

Ahaa a different type of sundal... looks very tasty... all the best to you .

anirudh's picture

quite interesting one... i remember mom making some bengali-kheer in this way, need to check with her