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Sunday, April 28, 2013

Parupu Vadai/Dhal Fritters



Parupu vadai are our all time tea favorite.. these crispy dhal fritters, are very nice for Rainy days ... can be a starer at any time for breakfast....dinner. we used to dip the leftover vadai in Rasam.. which is called Rasa vadai famous in our side... some will use sombu/fennel in vadai if you like the flavor can use sombu also...


This post is for BM#27 Week 4 Day 5...

Preparation time- 3 hours
Cooking Time- 10 mins
Serves- 5-6

Ingredients:

To grind:
Thoor dhal-  1 cup
Channa dhal- 1 cup
Red chillie- 6-7
Curry leaves
Turmeric- 1/2 tsp
Salt
Hing- 1 tsp
Oil

Onion- 1(Finely chopped)
Green chillie- 1(Finely chopped)
Coriander Leaves- 2 tsp

Soak channa dhal and thoor dhall for 2- 3 hours


Combine all the ingredients under the table in a mixer.. and grind them coarsely...


Mix the onion, green chilli, coriander leaves to the grinded mix and Make even sized balls


Heat the kadai with oil make patties with the balls and deep fry the vadai



Crispy parupu vadai 

13 comments:

  1. That's a nice combination of lentils for vadas, and they look crunchy too.

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  2. oh they look so yummy and spicy. Do visit and follow me
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  3. My all time favourite crispy beauties,love to munch some.

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  4. One can never say no with just one!

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  5. What a yummy and healthy meal for everyone

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  6. who can say no to these crispy vadai!!

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  7. One of my favorite vadas.. they look crispy and yumm!!

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  8. Mom makes it very often. I love them a lot but never landed up making them :(

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  9. Love this crispy ones any time

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