Sprouted Moth Chaat - Protein Salad
Giving a spicy taste, today we are going to make Moth ki Chaat. We will make this chaat by sprouting the moth. These chaats are spicy as well as very beneficial for health. It is so delicious to eat that when you eat it once, you will want to eat it again and again. So you too make sprouted moth ki chaat with this easy recipe and enjoy its taste with your family.
Ingredients for Sprouted Moth Chaat
Moth - ½ cup (100 grams)
Salt - ½ tsp
Turmeric Powder - ¼ tsp
Black Salt - ¾ tsp
Chaat Masala - ¾ tsp
Green Chilli - 1 finely chopped
Roasted Cumin seeds - ½ tsp
Tomato - 1, chopped
Boiled Potato - 1, medium size
Green Chutney - 2 tsp
Lemon - ½ medium size
Green Coriander - 1 tbsp
Process of making Sprouted Moth Chaat
Wash ½ cup of moth thoroughly and soak it in double the water for 7-8 hours. After the time is up, remove the water from it and wash it one by one. Now put a cloth in a sieve, remove the water and put moth in it, close the cloth and keep it in the sieve. Now keep a plate at the bottom and keep a bowl on it and keep this sieve on it and keep it for 10-12 hours.
When the time is up, the moths will sprout and be ready. Now put 1 cup of water, ½ tsp of salt and ¼ tsp of turmeric in the bowl. Cover it on high flame and let it come to a boil. When the water comes to a boil, add the sprouted moth to it, cover it and let it come to a boil.
When it comes to boil, cover it and cook it for 5 minutes on medium flame. After the time is up, turn off the flame and filter them by taking them out in a sieve. Now put them in a bowl, add ¾ tsp of black salt, ¾ tsp of chaat masala, 1 finely chopped green chilli, ½ tsp of roasted cumin powder, 1 medium sized chopped tomato (with seeds removed), 1 medium sized boiled potatoes (cut into small pieces), 2 tsp of green coriander chutney and juice of ½ lemon.
Mix them well and add some green coriander to it and mix it well. Spicy and healthy chaat of sprouted moth will be ready. Serve them and enjoy their taste.
You can keep them in any container and keep them in the fridge and eat them for 7 days.
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