Ayambil Waffles are simple waffles made with Moongdal. It cooks easily in a waffle maker without oil. They turn out fluffy and crunchy and can be paired along with Dalia ni Chutney that can be eaten during Ayambil tap.
I am sharing this recipe as there are many of us who are not able to make it to the temple but would love to do Ayambil. You can make these waffles easily at home. By all means I do not mean to tempt you in eating this as it defeats the purpose of the fast. I am just giving you an option that can be made at home easily. Hope this helps you. Michami Dukhadam and Tapasvi Satama Rehjo.
The whole idea of the Oli is to control the taste buds. During this Oli you can’t have dairy, vegetables, spices, fruits, sugar and oil. You can only drink boil water and eat once a day. Most jain temples offer lunch service for people who wants to do Oli. I am sharing this recipe as there are many of us who are not able to make it to the temple but would love to do Ayambil.
What can you eat?
You can eat boiled grains like lentils, rice ,wheat and more
Balwan salt that is a roasted salt
Black pepper powder
There are many people who skips the salt and black pepper as well but that is your preference.
Ayambil Waffles | Ayambil recipe
- 1/2 cup yellow moong dal soaked in water for few hours
- Balwan Salt as needed
- 1/2 tsp black pepper powder
- 1/4 tsp hing powder asafetida
- Soak the moong dal for few hours
- One the dal is soft, drain the water and add salt, black pepper powder and hing powder
- Grind it in a blender jar and add water if needed to form a thick batter
- Turn on the waffle maker and let it heat
- Pour the batter in the waffler maker and let it cook
- After 7 minutes, open and flip the waffle
- Cook for another 7 minutes
- Serve the waffles with Dalia ni Chutney
Click here for the recipe for Mag and you can make this without spices and oil
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