Recipe: Drumsticks Flower Palyaa and Green Moong Dosa

  • PREP TIME: 20 Mins
  • COOKING TIME: 25 Mins

Drumstick leaves are so rich in iron and calcium that it is very healthy to have it often. It also tastes good too. It tastes and smells heavenly. Enjoy this South Indian style drumstick flower palyaa with dosa.


For The Dosa

  • Whole Green Gram 200 Grams
  • Raw Rice 20 Grams
  • Green Chilies 5 Grams
  • Ginger 10 Grams
  • Coriander Leaves (Chopped)10 Grams
  • Salt To Taste
  • WaterAs Required
  • Drumstick Flower200 Grams
  • Drumstick80 Grams
  • Curry Leaf10 Grams
  • Onion (Chopped)20 Grams
  • Green Chilly (Chopped)10 Grams
  • Ginger (Chopped)5 Grams
  • Fresh Grated Coconut10 Grams
  • Coconut Oil20 Milliliters
  • Hing5 Grams
  • Jeera Whole5 Grams
  • Mustard Seed5 Grams
  • Jeera Powder5 Grams
  • Red Chili Powder5 Grams
  • Coriander Powder5 Grams


1. Prepping up

Wash the drumstick flower and keep it aside. Finger sizes cut the drumstick, trim the threads, blanch it and keep it aside.

2. Sauteing veggies

Heat oil in a pan, add mustard and cumin seed, when mustard cracks, add chopped ginger, curry leaves, chopped onion, chopped chilly to it. Sauté it.

3. Adding drumsticks

Add a pinch of salt and turmeric; add all the washed drumsticks flower and blanched drumsticks, season with all the spiced powder. Finish with grated coconut.

4. Making dosa

Soak green gram with rice overnight for 8hrs. The next day, drain water and grind it with ginger, coriander and green chilies to a smooth batter, add little water to make to a batter consistency.

5. Serving

Then mix in salt, add water if the batter is too thick. Heat the dosa tawa, take a ladle full of batter and spread it thin like dosa. Sprinkle olive oil on the sides and cook. dosa is ready to be served.

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