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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..



Ingrediants:



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..

54 comments:

Kavi said... Best Blogger Tips

You are so patient with the photos! :) Really lovely!
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Blackswan said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice snacks; looks very crispy :)

Indulge said... Best Blogger Tips

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.

meena said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Suma Gandlur said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the variation of dalvada.

sangee vijay said... Best Blogger Tips

Simple and yummy snack,loved it !!

Katerina said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Suja said... Best Blogger Tips

Never tried this before..yummy snack

Chatty Crone said... Best Blogger Tips

They sure look good to me. sandie

Priya said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Ganga Sreekanth said... Best Blogger Tips

wow..this looks so inviting...lovely

Purvi said... Best Blogger Tips

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

maha said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Helen Gr said... Best Blogger Tips

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.

Varunavi said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Az said... Best Blogger Tips

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

LoLy said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Priya's Feast said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Catherine said... Best Blogger Tips

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

LA COCINERA DE BETULO said... Best Blogger Tips

Unos buñuelos muy esponjosos y sabrosos.
Besos.

Anna said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Magon said... Best Blogger Tips

What a curious recipe! I like

Xx

@lekshmi said... Best Blogger Tips

wow.......crunchy vada.......

Angie's Recipes said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Prabhamani said... Best Blogger Tips

Healthy snack Aarthi!!

Nalini's Kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Carolina said... Best Blogger Tips

So easy and looks delicious.
Kisses

Mamatkamal said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Hema said... Best Blogger Tips

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

simply.food said... Best Blogger Tips

Very delicious and tasty.

Sobha Shyam said... Best Blogger Tips

yummy fritters..

Christy Gerald said... Best Blogger Tips

Tasty Dish.Luv the clicks too

Now Serving said... Best Blogger Tips

lovely pictorial dear! and bondas look super tempting!

lola said... Best Blogger Tips

esos buñuelos tienen muy buena pinta


¡¡besos¡¡

Neha said... Best Blogger Tips

Nice tea time snack...

grace said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Namitha said... Best Blogger Tips

What a lovely snack.Happy week end !

Kristen said... Best Blogger Tips

Those sound so flavorful. What a delicious treat.

Claudia said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Treat and Trick said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks tempting and delicious!

Sarah (Snippets of Thyme) said... Best Blogger Tips

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.

Shree said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Ann said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Pushpa said... Best Blogger Tips

Yummy and crunchy snack.

Ushnish Ghosh said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Aarthi said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Gayathri Kumar said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks absolutely delicious...

vaishali sabnani said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Roshu said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey mouth watering here....yummy

divya said... Best Blogger Tips

Wow! Looks fantastic!

Deeps @ Naughty Curry said... Best Blogger Tips

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

Hemavathi Murari said... Best Blogger Tips

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.

rekhas kitchen said... Best Blogger Tips

Looks crisp feel like munch some now..

Kalyani said... Best Blogger Tips

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


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