Green Moong Dal (Green Gram Dal) - Spice Up The Curry (2022)

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Healthy, wholesome, and protein-rich green moong dal (also known as green gram dal) makes a perfect comforting meal when served with rice, roti or paratha.

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❤️About This Recipe

  • Whole green moong dal is also known as sabut moong dal in Hindi where sabut means ‘whole’.
  • In Gujarati, it is known as ‘Mag’. Khatta moong is more popular in Gujarati households than this version.

This green moong dal curry is Punjabi-style where onion-tomato masala is cooked first.

You’ll need basic easy-to-find ingredients. It is lightly spiced with basic spice powders. There are no strong-flavored spices (like garam masala or kasoori methi) are added.

It’s simple yet super delicious.

Meal prep friendly: make a big batch of this green moong dal and have it for a lunch too or freeze it for later.

You can pack sabut moong dal into the lunch box with plain basmati rice in a separate container.

NOTE: This sabut moong dal recipe was first shared in Nov 2013. The step-by-step photos show an old recipe when moong beans are pressure cooked first and then added into cooked onion tomato masala. Now I have been making this in instant pot and I have shared that method as well below.

🧾Ingredient Notes

  • Green moong dal: In Indian grocery stores, sometimes you may find ‘Desi’ small moong beans. I prefer to buy this desi kind as they have more flavor than the regular one. Desi moong beans are smaller in size compared to regular sabut moong beans packet.
    Soak Or No Soak?
    • I prefer to soak my beans for at least 2 hours to make them easy to digest.
    • However, you can skip soaking these green moong beans if you’re in rush.
    • Cooking time will vary slightly depending on whether you have soaked or not. I have mentioned both cook times below.
  • Ginger-Garlic: I have not added it just because I have been making it this way for 10 years. There is no specific reason for not adding them. If you like then you can add 2 teaspoons of ginger garlic paste.
  • Spices: You’ll need basic everyday Indian spices like turmeric, coriander, cumin and red chili powder.
  • Lemon juice or Lime juice: It is a MUST. it will perk up the whole dish and tastes super delicious.

👩‍🍳Step By Step Photo Instructions

1) Wash sabut green moong dal under running cold water until water runs clear. Or rinse them in a bowl using water 2-3 times or until the water is not cloudy anymore. Then soak in enough water (1-2 inches water above the beans) for 2-4 hours. Alternately, you can skip the soaking step.

2) After soaking discard the soaking water and add soaked beans to the pressure cooker and add fresh water. Close the cooker with a lid, put the weight on and cook.

  • No soak beans: 1 whistle on high + 20 minutes on medium-low.
  • Soaked beans: 1 whistle on high + 10 minutes on medium-low.

Let the pressure go down by itself and then open the lid. Check the beans by mashing between your thumb and finger, it should be cooked to soft and almost mushy.

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3) While the pressure is releasing, heat the oil in a pan or kadai on medium heat. Once hot add cumin seeds and let them sizzle a bit.

4) Add chopped onion and sprinkle a little salt to speed up the cooking process.

5) Cook until onions are soft and translucent or light pink in color. No need to brown them. If using ginger garlic paste then add at this time and cook for a minute or until the raw smell of ginge garlic goes away.

(Video) Whole green moong dal(sabut moong dal curry)-spice up the curry

6) Add chopped tomato, mix and cook for 2 minutes. They’ll start to soften.

7) Add remaining salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder, cumin powder and coriander powder.

8) Mix well and mash the tomatoes using the back of the spatula. Cook for a minute.

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9) Add boiled moong beans along with its water and add another ¾ cup of water.

10) Mix and simmer for 5 minutes. Adjust the consistency by adding more water or by simmering excess water as per your liking.

11) Turn off the stove, and add lemon juice.

12) Add freshly chopped cilantro. Mix well and it is ready to serve.

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👩‍🍳Instant Pot Method:

  1. Rinse green moong dal and soak (or skip soaking) as mentioned above.
  2. Turn on the instant pot with saute mode. Once hot add oil and cumin seeds. Let the cumin seeds sizzle a bit.
  3. Add onion and a little salt, and cook until onions are soft and translucent.
  4. Add ginger, garlic and saute for 30-40 seconds.
  5. Add tomato and cook for 2 minutes.
  6. Add remaining salt, red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder and coriander powder. Mix and cook for 1 minute. If it’s burning then add a splash of water so it doesn’t stick or burn.
  7. Add rinsed (or soaked) moong beans along with fresh water. Stir well.
  8. Cover the instant pot with a lid, keep the valve to sealing, cancel the saute mode and cook on manual (high pressure) for 15 minutes (for no soak beans) or 10 minutes (for soaked beans).
  9. Let the pressure go down by itself, and open the lid. Add lemon juice and cilantro.
  10. Mix, and taste the salt and lemon juice. Adjust if needed.
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💭Expert Tips

  • Do not simmer after adding lemon juice to retain its flavor. So always add lemon juice at the end once the cooking is done.
  • You can skip soaking but I highly recommend soaking the beans for two reasons:
    1. The flavor is much better with soaked moong beans.
    2. When soaked beans are cooked, they are easy to digest compared to no-soak beans.
  • Storage:
    • In the refrigerator, it stays good for 3 days in an airtight container.
    • In the freezer, it stays good for up to 3 months. Store in individual portions or family’s one-time meal portion in a freezer-safe container.

🍽 Serving Ideas

  • Green moong dal tastes best when served with plain rice or jeera rice with a side of Indian salad (aka kachumber).
  • Instead of rice, you can pair it with quinoa or millet.
  • This green gram dal can be paired with roti or paratha.
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Healthy, wholesome, and protein-rich green moong dal (also known as green gram dal) makes a perfect comforting meal when served with rice, roti or paratha.

Author: Kanan

Course: Main Course

Cuisine: Indian

Calories: 92kcal

Servings 4 -6

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 30 minutes

Soaking Time 4 hours

Total Time 4 hours 40 minutes

US measuring cups are used (1 cup = 240 ml) See details

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup Whole green moong dal (Green gram dal)
  • 1 ½ cups Water for stovetop pressure cooking
  • 3 cups Water for Instant pot cooking
  • ¾ cup Water for Simmering moong beans into onion tomato masala (for stovetop method only)
  • 2 tablespoons Oil
  • 2 teaspoon Cumin seeds
  • ¾ cup Red onion chopped
  • 1 cup Tomato chopped
  • ½ teaspoon Turmeric powder
  • 1 ½ teaspoon Red chili powder
  • 1 teaspoon Coriander powder
  • 1 teaspoon Cumin powder
  • Salt to taste
  • 3 teaspoons Lemon juice or lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons Cilantro or coriander leaves

Instructions

Stove-top Pressure Cooker Method:

  • Wash sabut green moong dal under running cold water until water runs clear. Or rinse them in a bowl using water 2-3 times or until the water is not cloudy anymore. Then soak in enough water (1-2 inches water above the beans) for 2-4 hours. Alternately, you can skip the soaking step.

  • After soaking discard the soaking water and add soaked beans to the pressure cooker and add fresh water. Close the cooker with a lid, put the weight on and cook.

    No soak beans: 1 whistle on high + 20 minutes on medium-low.

    Soaked beans: 1 whistle on high + 10 minutes on medium-low.

  • Let the pressure go down by itself and then open the lid. Check the beans by mashing between your thumb and finger, it should be cooked to soft and almost mushy.

  • While the pressure is releasing, heat the oil in a pan or kadai on medium heat. Once hot add cumin seeds and let them sizzle a bit.

  • Add chopped onion and sprinkle a little salt to speed up the cooking process. Cook until onions are soft and translucent or light pink in color. No need to brown them.

  • If using ginger garlic paste then add at this time and cook for a minute or until the raw smell of ginge garlic goes away.

  • Add chopped tomato, mix and cook for 2 minutes. They’ll start to soften.

  • Add remaining salt, turmeric powder, red chili powder, cumin powder and coriander powder. Mix well and mash the tomatoes using the back of the spatula. Cook for a minute.

  • Add boiled moong beans along with its water and add another ¾ cup of water. Mix and simmer for 5 minutes. Adjust the consistency by adding more water or by simmering excess water as per your liking.

  • Turn off the stove, add lemon juice.

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  • Add freshly chopped cilantro. Mix well and it is ready to serve.

Instant Pot Green Moong Dal:

  • Rinse green moong dal and soak (or skip soaking) as mentioned above.

  • Turn on the instant pot with saute mode. Once hot add oil and cumin seeds. Let the cumin seeds sizzle a bit.

  • Add onion and a little salt, cook until onions are soft and translucent.

  • Add ginger garlic and saute for 30-40 seconds.

  • Add tomato and cook for 2 minutes.

  • Add remaining salt, red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder and coriander powder. Mix and cook for 1 minute. If it’s burning then add a splash of water so it doesn’t stick or burn.

  • Add rinsed (or soaked) moong beans along with fresh water. Stir well.

  • Cover the instant pot with a lid, keep the valve to sealing, cancel the saute mode and cook on manual (high pressure) for 15 minutes (for no soak beans) or 10 minutes (for soaked beans).

  • Let the pressure go down by itself, and open the lid. Add lemon juice and cilantro.

  • Mix, taste the salt and lemon juice. Adjust if needed.

Notes

  • Do not simmer after adding lemon juice to retain its flavor. So always add lemon juice at the end once the cooking is done.
  • You can skip soaking but I highly recommend soaking the beans for two reasons:
    (1) The flavor is much better with soaked moong beans.
    (2) When soaked beans are cooked, they are easy to digest compared to no-soak beans.

Nutrition

Calories: 92kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Sodium: 615mg | Potassium: 191mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 566IU | Vitamin C: 9mg | Calcium: 41mg | Iron: 2mg

*Nutrition information is a rough estimate for 1 serving

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FAQs

Should green gram be soaked before cooking? ›

Green moong dal or mung bean does not require soaking as chickpea does. It cooks quickly in a pressure cooker even without soaking. If I plan to make rice with moong then I soak it for 3-4 hours. This way I can cook the dal and rice together in an Instant pot using pot in pot method.

Is green gram and green moong same? ›

Green gram is also known as mung bean or moong is a leguminous plant species belonging to the Fabaceae family with scientific name Vigna radiata.

What are the benefits of green moong dal? ›

Mung beans are high in nutrients and antioxidants, which may provide health benefits. In fact, they may protect against heat stroke, aid digestive health, promote weight loss and lower “bad” LDL cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Does green moong dal cause gas? ›

For people suffering from excessive flatulence Moong Dal is the safest that can consumed. Soaking Beans in water for at least 12 hours and then cooking them with fresh water will help reduce their gas-inducing properties.

Is green moong dal healthy? ›

Moong dal is one of the most popular vegetarian superfoods. It is rich in high-quality proteins and other essential nutrients. The high protein content contributes to building and repairing tissues and building muscles, bones, cartilage, blood, and skin.

How long do green grams take to boil? ›

Cooking Instructions

Wash and boil the green grams until soft. Around 45mins. Drain the water but do not discard. Keep aside for the stew.

What is moong dal called in English? ›

Moong Dal is also known as Green Gram Beans when whole, Split Green Gram when split with the skin on and as Split and Skinned Green Gram when de-skinned (yellow).

How long should you soak moong? ›

Sort and rinse ⅓ cup beans. Place in a bowl or jar with 1 cup cool water. Cover with a clean cloth and let soak at room temperature for 8–12 hours, then rinse again.

Which dal is best for health? ›

Urad dal or black lentil is one of the most nutritious pulses known to mankind. Low in fat and calories, Urad dal helps to improve digestion. With it being a rich source of protein and vitamin B3, it makes our bones stronger and is said to boost energy levels, enhance heart health and strengthen our nervous system.

Is moong dal good for diabetes? ›

Tasty and nutritious due to high levels of protein and folates make moong a preferred choice for diabetic patients. It aids in managing blood sugar levels with its fibre rich property which also makes it easy to digest. Also, not to forget, this pretty facile to cook moong is a source of instant energy.

Which dal is high in protein? ›

Urad dal has a high concentration of protein as good as 26grams in 100 grams serving.

Is green gram good for stomach? ›

Moong dal for digestion eases stomach problems: As mentioned above, green gram dal is a light food that easily gets digested and eases in bowel movements. People suffering from fever, diarrhea and stomach problems can find relief from green gram intake.

Is green moong dal good for stomach? ›

Moong dal might act as a prebiotic (food that helps in the growth of good bacteria in the small intestine) and thus might help to maintain a healthy digestive system.

Is green moong dal good for liver? ›

Add moong dal to your diet every day for lowering cholesterol, improving liver function and balancing your blood sugar levels. "In Ayurveda, Moong beans (Green gram) are considered the Queen of Pulses (best among all pulses) and a superfood because of its multi-dimensional health benefits.

Which dal is good for gastric problem? ›

According to Ayurveda, Toor dal is considered suitable for many health-related conditions like poor digestion. It is Laghu (light to digest) in nature which helps in improving digestive problems.

Which dal is best for acidity? ›

Masoor Dal cooked with lots of greens and just the right amount of spices, this Hariyali Dal is ideal for those with acidity .

Does moong dal increase blood pressure? ›

Moong dal for hypertension | Moong dal for high blood pressure. While all dals are known to help reduce high blood pressure, moong dal is considered a light yet effective way to stay healthy. This protein-rich legume is known to offer many health benefits.

Can we eat moong daily? ›

Yes, you can eat moong dal every day. The iron content of moong dal helps reduce anaemia risk. Incorporating organic moong dal into your daily diet strengthens your immune system and lowers your risk of developing diseases.

Is moong hot or cold for body? ›

Like all other legumes, the moong bean is packed with nutrients and is easy to digest. And its alkaline nature makes it the perfect cooling food.

Is green moong dal good for kidney patients? ›

Moong dal is one of the best sources of protein for kidney patients. It is best eaten mixed with rice as khichdi. The combination of dal and rice fulfills the essential amino acid requirement, making it a complete protein source.

Is green gram hard to digest? ›

Among all the lentils and beans, moong (green gram) is the lightest and easiest to digest.

What are the disadvantages of green gram? ›

If not properly cleaned and sprouted, green moong dal possess a high risk of bacterial growth causing abdominal cramping, issues in pregnant women. If you are sensitive to certain beans, taking moong dal daily can result in side effects like shortness of breath, itching, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.

Does green gram produce gas? ›

Gas and flatulence: An excessive intake of green gram can produce digestive disturbance like stomach aches, diarrhea, gas, flatulence etc.

Which moong is best? ›

Green gram (Moong dal with skin) is more nutritious than the yellow split dal (moong dal without skin). This is because of the skin, which contains a considerable amount of nutrients.

What does moong taste like? ›

Mung beans are popular in many Asian cuisines, where they're used in soups, curries, savory pancakes, and even desserts. These small, olive-green beans have a white speck at the center. Some say the mild flavor of mung beans is reminiscent of potatoes.

What does moong dal taste like? ›

Moong beans

While moong dal melts away in the pot, mung beans retain their shape even when cooked to complete softness, so they play well in saucy curries with vegetables or other larger legumes. They also taste a little vegetal and beany compared to buttery moong dal.

Does moong dal need to be soaked before cooking? ›

Not only is mung dal easy to digest, quick cook, and doesn't need soaking if you decide to use it at the last minute, it's affordable and long-life (like many other pulses), and is absolutely always in my cupboards and the pulse that I turn to more times than not.

What is the fastest way to soak moong dal? ›

How to quick soak beans
  1. Clean and sort them. Rinse your beans in a colander with cool tap water. ...
  2. Cover with water. ...
  3. Bring the water to a boil over high heat, leave the pot uncovered and cook the beans for 5 minutes.
  4. Remove pot from the heat and soak the beans. ...
  5. Drain, rinse, and cook!
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Is mung bean good for fatty liver? ›

Furthermore, dietary mung bean protein was found to improve glucose and lipid metabolism [2,8] and prevent nonalcoholic fatty liver disease onset and progression [6] .

Which dal has highest iron? ›

The varieties of iron-rich dals include masoor dal, moong dal, and urad dal. Moong dal has a low-fat level and a high protein content. Moong dal is ranked as one of the most excellent plant-based protein sources that are also rich in iron.

Which dal is more gas? ›

03/5Urad Dal

It causes a lot of gas when consumed and takes a long time to digest. Thus, it is said that those who have a weak digestion system should not consume it.

Which dal is hot for body? ›

1-Chana Dal: In summer, most people avoid eating chana dal. This is because they think it is difficult to digest and can increase body heat.

Is onion a diabetic? ›

Onion may lower blood glucose levels and improve glucose tolerance in people with type 2 diabetes. Onions have been used traditionally to treat diabetes. Animal studies suggest onion extracts may help reduce high blood glucose levels.

Which is best rice for diabetes? ›

Brown rice is good for people with Diabetes. It is also believed to reduce the risk of Diabetes.

Is dal good for cholesterol? ›

Green Gram Dal/Moong Dal

Lowers cholesterol levels and reduces the risk of heart disease. A healthy protein for diabetes that helps in regulating blood sugar levels and good for all weight watchers.

What's the highest protein fruit? ›

Guava. Guava is one of the most protein-rich fruits around. You'll get a whopping 4.2 grams of the stuff in every cup. This tropical fruit is also high in vitamin C and fiber.

Which dal is good for constipation? ›

Urad dal is Rechana (laxative) in nature. Taking Urad dal helps to add bulk to stool and its high fiber content improves the bowel movement. Together, it helps control constipation.

Which dal has more protein than chicken? ›

LENTILS: 1.5 cups = 27g protein

A mere 1.5 cups of lentils contains just as much protein as a 3 oz chicken breast, but lentils contain the dietary fiber, copper, phosphorus, and manganese that you can't get from meat.

Can dal cause gas? ›

Like beans, lentils also contain FODMAPs. These sugars may contribute to excessive gas production and bloating, especially in people with IBS ( 8 ). However, soaking or spouting the lentils before you eat them can make them much easier on the digestive system ( 6 ).

Does green gram increase body heat? ›

Green gram has anti-inflammatory properties that help protect against heat stroke, high body temperatures and thirst. Drinking moong dal soup can help to keep you hydrated and the antioxidants present in it may defend cells against damage from free radicals.

Is green moong dal good for constipation? ›

Good For Digestive Health

Moong dal is rich in soluble fibre called pectin, which is great for your gut and helps maintain regular bowel movements. It helps speed up the movement of food through your digestive tract. One cup of moong beans contains 15.4 g of fibre.

Which food is light for stomach? ›

Low-fiber foods

"Having a low-fiber diet with easy-to-digest foods could help with symptom management for those who suffer from GI issues." Examples of low-fiber foods include white rice and white pasta, potatoes, and low-fiber fruits like grapefruit.

Does moong dal have gas? ›

Moong dal has many varieties, however green moong dal or the green gram is supposed to be the best of all. Mung daal is light, dry, and very easy to digest. All the pulses according to Ayurveda cause gas, bloating, constipation, and other vata-related disorders.

Can we eat green moong dal at night? ›

For example, moong dal is light and easily digestible, thus, it is completely okay to have it at night. In fact moong dal helps balance the digestion process. If you are having dal at night, make sure to have it at least two-three hours before you sleep.

What vegetables heal the liver? ›

Dark-Green Leafy Vegetables

Dark green vegetables contain powerful antioxidants that help to combat toxins in the body. They work hand-in-hand with your liver to help rid your body of toxins. Some dark, leafy greens and vegetables that are particularly helpful include kale, spinach, and collard greens.

Is curd good for liver? ›

Yogurt is one of the best natural sources of probiotics which, scientists believe, may lower fat levels in the liver, reduce liver damage, and regulate fats in the blood.

What can be made from moong? ›

Recipes made with moong sprouts
  1. Moong sprouts salad recipe – very easy as well as a very healthy salad recipe. ...
  2. Moong sprouts sabzi – an easy and healthy recipe of a semi dry curry made with moong sprouts. ...
  3. Moong sprouts chaat – easy, quick and tangy chaat made with mung bean sprouts.
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What food can be made from green gram? ›

This green dal is used to make curry, stew, stir fry, soup and even sweet dishes. Green gram is also sprouted and added to Noodles and Sprouts salads. In Indian cuisine, these are mostly used to make a curry or dosa like this Pesarattu.

Which is better green or yellow moong dal? ›

Green gram (Moong dal with skin) is more nutritious than the yellow split dal (moong dal without skin). This is because of the skin, which contains a considerable amount of nutrients.

What can be made from moong dal batter? ›

Moong Dal Dosa are South Indian crepes made with skinned split moong lentils and spices. These protein packed delicious Dosa variety are easy and quick to make. Moong dal does not require long soaking and the ground batter does not need fermentation like the traditional Dosa batter, so making these is a breeze.

What is moong called in English? ›

Mung bean (Vigna radiata) is a plant species of Fabaceae which is also known as green gram.

Is moong good for skin? ›

It will give your soft and supple skin in just a few uses. For people who are tired of breakouts and acne popping up everywhere on their face, moong dal is here for you. Just soak some moong dal overnight in water and grind it the next morning to form a paste.

Is moong dal rich in protein? ›

Moong dal is rich in high-quality proteins with high digestibility and is an excellent source of carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, fibre and essential fatty acids.

Does green gram cause gas? ›

Gas and flatulence: An excessive intake of green gram can produce digestive disturbance like stomach aches, diarrhea, gas, flatulence etc.

Which dal is highest in protein? ›

Urad dal has a high concentration of protein as good as 26grams in 100 grams serving.

Which is the most healthy dal? ›

Urad dal or black lentil is one of the most nutritious pulses known to mankind. Low in fat and calories, Urad dal helps to improve digestion. With it being a rich source of protein and vitamin B3, it makes our bones stronger and is said to boost energy levels, enhance heart health and strengthen our nervous system.

Which dal has most health benefits? ›

Masoor Dal

An extremely beneficial dal for health, that goes well when added with any vegetable. It is loaded with protein, fibre, magnesium, calcium, B vitamins and folate that boost overall health.

Is moong dal protein or carb? ›

One cup of cooked moong dal has 147 calories, 1.2 g of total fat, 28 mg of sodium, 12 g of dietary fiber, 3 g of sugar and 25 g of protein per serving. It is a good source of protein and is in low in carbohydrates.

How much protein is in Sabut moong dal? ›

According to the USDA nutrition data; 100 grams serving of moong dal has 16 grams of fibre and 24 grams of protein. Not only can you make it into a simple dal, but it's used to make sweets as well like moong dal halwa and moong dal barfi.

Is moong dal fry good for health? ›

Mixtures, moong dals and aloo bhujia are disastrous for health predominantly because they are deep fried in very old oil, and are kept fresh for several months using chemical preservatives. Taking them for a prolonged period can lead to high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.

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