When comes to Indian states I love south Indian food more as mom used to make north india every time and we rarely had south India it is a clear logic the one cuisine made at home was less popular and liked. Though love my native food too I have some extra liking for south food staying south India. Back in US my neighbors where from andhra and one day she knocked my door to ask if had any peanuts at home yes just like we do in India I was so happy that she came to me . Yes we do lot of sharing in India we don't have ora mor or jaavan or culture to make curd we drop by our neighbor instead of going to a store miles away , buying a curd cup and they are readily sharing. In India you don't have to have a gps just drive and ask the pedestrians for the route they will just guide you anywhere and everywhere which is one thing i like about my home country a lot. Though I can see this lessening in number am still happy few do the sharing part. So my neighbor was in so much rush and she desperately wanted peanuts as she went out of stock. Now I just gave unopened packet and she ran to make something I don't know wat I was like hmm she might be in some hurry . Then again when I met her she said thank you for those peanuts , I asked what was she making so delicately she replied pesarratu only then I knew about this andhra moong dal dosa. she said her husband won't have pesarratu with out peanut chutney and she didn't want to disappoint him, I thought that was so sweet. I have made pesarattu after knowing about it many times and now it is time to blog.
This protein packed dosa with generally served with a combination. It is perfect breakfast and served with upma and peanut chutney. Now moving on to the recipe.
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