Thenga Manga Pattani Sundal is sour, sweet, spicy and rich in protein. It is a great evening snack and can be offered as prasadam during festivals. Tangy mangoes adds an extra punch to the sundal.
|Pachai Pattani (Dry green peas)||1 cup|
|Raw Mango (finely chopped)||¼ cup|
|Grated Coconut||¼ cup|
|Onion (finely chopped)||2 tbsp|
|Urad dal||1 tsp|
1). Soak* green peas overnight or at-least for 6-8 hours and pressure cook it for 1 whistle with salt and enough water. After 1 whistle remove the cooker from stove immediately, otherwise peas will get split/mushy.
2). Heat Oil in a pan, add mustard and let it splutter. Then add urad dal and channa dal, fry till it turns golden brown. Then add onions, red chillies, curry leaves and hing, give it a stir.
3). Add the cooked peas and mix well. Then add the grated coconut and chopped mango pieces. Combine everything together. Switch off ! Pattani Sundal is ready.
Quick Snack is ready ! Serve with hot cardamom tea..
# If using frozen peas, no need to soak or boil. It tastes much better with dry peas.
# *Soak the peas in hot-water for an hour in an air-tight container.
# Any kind of pulses can be used to make sundal.
# Avoid onions, If you are planning to prepare this for Navarathri/festival.
# Do not over cook onions, it should be crunchy.
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