Jan 20, 2012

Vati Dal Na Bhajiya / Crispy Lentil Dumplings / Fried Moong Dal Fritters – Quick Snack / Chat Items


When I was thinking for a quick recipe using lentils, I remembered this one which I saw long back ago in tarla dalal cookbook..And I decided to do it..This is such a quick snack which you can make in no time.Actually in my style it is such a easy peasy recipe..




It calls for minimal ingrediants, but the taste is maximum..It has a crispy exterior and fluffy interior..You can have it with ketchup or any of the chat chutneys..You can check recipes of that here, here and here..



This is my DAY 5 recipe for BM which falls in the theme Seven days of Delicious Dals…. So hope you like it and I will be back tomorrow with a new recipe..

Ingredients:

Split Yellow Moong Dal / Pasi Paruppu– 250 gms / 1 cup / ¼ kg
Whole Coriander Seeds / Thania / Malli – 1 tblspn
Green Chilli – 2
Pepper – 1tsp
Salt to taste
Oil for Deep Frying

Method:

Wash Moong dal in several changes of water . Soak it in water for 2 hours. Drain it and add in a blender.

Grind it till it is half done. Now add green chillies, coriander seeds, pepper and salt and grind into a slight coarse paste. Transfer into a bowl.

Heat oil for deep frying and drop a spoonful of this mixture in oil and fry till golden.

Drain it in a paper towel.

Serve with ketchup of any of chat chutneys..


Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Wash ur lentil well
add water and soak it for 2 hours
drain it and add in blender
make into a rough puree
add pepper
green chilli
coriander seeds
salt
and make into a slightly coarse puree
transfer to a bowl
now heat oil for deep frying
take a spoonful of batter
and drop in oil
fry till golden
drain it
Serve
with ketchup
Or any chat chutneys
YUMMY RIGHT
How easy is this..

57 comments:

  1. You are so patient with the photos! :) Really lovely!
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    Kavi (Edible Entertainment)
    Ongoing Event:(Kid's Delight - Something Sweet)

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  2. Nice snacks; looks very crispy :)

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  3. We use the green split Moong Dal and onion and curry leaves to make these wadas. Try this combo you will like me more.
    Love Ash.

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  4. how do u all manage so much yaar.. yes u can try this with split moong dal also the chilke wali

    and for variety u can use mayb onion also

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  5. Simple and yummy snack,loved it !!

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  6. Perfect fritters! I would love to have couple right now!

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  7. Never tried this before..yummy snack

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  8. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting fritters..

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  9. wow..this looks so inviting...lovely

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  10. we call them dal vadas and I love them :) :)

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  11. wow.looks yumm.spicy,crispy and crunchy dal fritters looks inviting..perfect evng snack...

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  12. So glad I found you! I added your blog on my blog list.
    Please, if you wish, visit my food blog in English at
    http://http://helengrtravelling.blogspot.com/
    Regards.

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  13. First timer here,you have a wonderful space with loads of varieties cuisines.

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  14. I am so drooling with your clicks!! Love it!

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  15. As usual, Lots of yummy yummy things herev :D
    xxx

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  16. Yummy vadas...my neighbor makes it often..

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  17. Dear Aarthi, These sound delicious. I love lentils. What a nice treat. Blessings, Catherine xo

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  18. Unos buñuelos muy esponjosos y sabrosos.
    Besos.

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  19. Me encantan!!!. todas tus recetas son una maravilla. Tomo nota para hacerlas proximamente. Besos

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  20. What a curious recipe! I like

    Xx

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  21. I love those fritters! So beautifully golden brown and crispy.

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  22. crispy and wonderful snack,perfect for cold weather with a cup of tea.

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  23. So easy and looks delicious.
    Kisses

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  24. Each time I visit your lovely blog I feel hungry!
    This looks very tempting and delicious. Have a great weekend! Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers

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  25. They look so crispy and yummy, nice evening snack on a rainy day..

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  26. lovely pictorial dear! and bondas look super tempting!

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  27. esos buñuelos tienen muy buena pinta


    ¡¡besos¡¡

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  28. these little noshes look terrific, and i can think of about 15 sauces off hand that'd be perfect for dipping!

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  29. What a lovely snack.Happy week end !

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  30. Those sound so flavorful. What a delicious treat.

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  31. I want it with chutney. It's freezing here - I know this would warm me right up!

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  32. Yes, those do look yummy indeed. I like how you showed the step by step with the ingredients listed. I love learning about other cultures cuisine and I often don't know the ingredients in it so his is great.

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  33. Looks yumm. .and quite easy to make thank you for sharing :)

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  34. Wow! Dumplings made from lentils? That is SO amazing! ....and delicious!

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  35. Dear Arthi
    How are you? back in India , i am going through missed blogs. I love Mung dal fitters. The use of Dhania seed is a great idea, I must try it ASAP. Can I add 1 tbsp of rice flour? One of my southern foodie friends had advised to put a dash of rice flour in Medu Vada mix to make it surface crispy. Shall I add here too? I normally dont change original recipe in my 1st attempt and need your permission to do so..ha ha
    Have a nice weekend

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  36. @Ushnish..Yes u can add rice flour, it will give u a nice crispy exterior..Good Luck

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  37. a twist here and a twist there...and the ...taste of wada changes....like these good flavors.

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  38. Hey mouth watering here....yummy

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  39. hmm, looks crispy & delecious.. perfect for sunday evening snack :)

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  40. After a hectic day, tend to have some snacks. Surely I will call up and find a place in your kitchen to eat something.

    Great recipe da.

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  41. Looks crisp feel like munch some now..

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  42. too good ! Have had quite a few versions of this, even with dill leaves.. its haevenly for chilled weather like this !!


    Kalyani
    Sizzling Tastebuds
    Event : Microwave Easy Cooking (MEC)
    Round up of Magic Mingle # 1 posted

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  43. Really easy and taste I tried it

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  44. Hi Arti.can we make dahi wada with this also?

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