Friday, July 16, 2010

Black eyed pea sprouts Opputtu

  • Black eyed peas - 150 g
  • Split channa dal – 150 g
  • Jaggery – 150–200 g
  • Grated coconut – 100 g
  • Cardamom – 8 nos
  • All purpose flour – 200 g
  • Water
  • Turmeric powder – ½ Tea spoon
  • Salt
  • Oil or ghee
  • Soak black eyed peas in water for about 6 to 12 hours, drain water, wash with fresh water and cover them with wet cloth. In between rinse them with fresh water twice a day. In 24 hours they start sprouting. In the second day the sprouts will be ready to use, so carefully wash the sprouts with fresh water by not breaking the tiny sprouts. Drain excess water and spread them in a clean plate and keep aside.
  • Soak split channa dal for about an hour and cook (do not mash) those with sprouted black eyed peas by using little amount of water.
  • Discard cooked water (or can be used for making rasam) and grind with jaggery into coarse in a wet grinder. Keep aside.
  • Dry roast grated coconut.
  • Mix the ground mixture, roasted coconut, pinch of salt and cardamom seeds.
  • Then make them into small lemon sized balls. Keep aside.
  • Mix all-purpose flour, pinch of salt, turmeric powder and water. This mixture should be of bajji or bonda batter consistency.
  • Make that lemon sized small balls (dal, sprouts and jaggery mixture) into patties (or like vada), dip in all-purpose flour batter and place over heated dosa tava. Pour a tea spoon of oil or ghee and cook both the sides until they are done. Cook one or two at a time.


  1. Looks beautiful and delish, a very new recipe for me.

  2. wonderful n healthy dessert more creative dish from u dear ..u rock


  3. innovative recipe! looks nice!

  4. Love this kind of food...very satisfying and delicious!

  5. I have yet to cook with black eyed peas - these look great!

  6. Nice variation and sprouted food is always healthy. Glad Priya announced this event.

  7. wow..burelu with sprouts..surely they must be delicious..

  8. those patties looks delicious...Have a lovely weekend care!

  9. Superb opputtu! The recipe itself is very nice! The clarity of the photograph is beautiful!

  10. i always liked to say ur presentation is superb .. this opputtu looks so deliicous and healthy

  11. Dear friends thanks a lot for your encouraging comments

  12. Wow! delicious and healthy opputtu..have sent you mails..hope you saw them:-)

  13. A BIG Hello from Malaysia!!! Hru doing Krishnaveni??? ;)

    Well, I hopped in from Nithu's blog. Congratz on winning her event!

    U've got a yummylicious blog here...gimme some time to browse thro' ya! :D

  14. wow.. sounds new and delicious...a very healthy snack :)

  15. Very healthy and interesting opputtu dear, thanks for sending..

  16. awesome recipe .... totally new 2 me.. first time to your lovely page.. do drop in at my space sometime !