Who says pancakes are major entity on breakfast platter only? Have you ever tried making this protein-rich ‘Moong Dal Pancakes’ for an evening snack to make your tea-time wonderful??!!! If not, try it out now…
Soak moong dal and urad dal together in plenty of water for 4-5 hours.
Drain excess water out of it completely and grind them with ¼ cup water to make a smooth batter.
Take it out in a bowl and add other ingredients.
Whisk the batter for a while and heat a flat non-stick griddle on the other side.
Brush the surface with few drops of oil.
Spread a dollop of batter on a pan and cook it for nearly 3-4 mins.
Flip it around and cook for few more mins till you find brown spots on both the sides.
Transfer it to a serving plate, spread crumbled paneer over it and sprinkle a pinch of chat masala on paneer layer.
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