Monday, May 17, 2010

MASALA VADAI RECIPE | PARRUPU VADAI RECIPE

masala vadai
Masala Vadai | Paruppu Vadai can be made as a starter when we have guests at home and can be made during teatime as a snack. My family loves this and especially my daughter is a big fan of masala vadai.
My mom makes this with only channa dal, but i learnt this  version from my relative. Check the recipe of aama vadai, which we make for bogi pandigai and aavani avittam.



Masala Vadai recipe

  Preparation Time : 10 mins + soaking time 2 hours | Cooking Time : 30 Mins |Serves: 4

     Channa dal   1 cup  
     Toor dal   1/2 cup
     Yellow moong dal   1/4 cup
     Red chili  5-6
     Asafoetida  a generous pinch
     Onion   1 big
     Mint leaves   few
     Salt as needed
     Coriander leaves   few
     Sombu |fennel seeds    1/4 tsp
     Ghee  1 tsp
     Oil   for deep frying
     


masala vadai
Method: 
  • Soak all the dals together for 2 hours
  • Grind it in the mixie  along with chilies, saunf ,salt,asafoetida and curry leaves adding very little water to it.
  • Grind it little coarsely. 
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  • Add the finely chopped onions, coriander leaves and mint leaves.
  • Add the ghee to it.(adding this gives more crispiness to the vadai)
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  • Mix it well.
  • Make it into bite sized patties and deep fry it oil
  • Keep the oil in medium flame, or else it will not get cooked inside.

  • Drain the excess oil in a kitchen towel.
  • Serve it with tomato sauce.
MASALA- VADAI
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37 comments:

  1. Cute little vadais.. my fav ..looks sooooooooooo yummy and cute clicks jeyashri.

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  2. love the picture..looks yumm and nicely presented..

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  3. very beautiful presentation jeyashri, just loved it...

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  4. the perfect snack and looks cute!

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  5. Nice click.. will try ur verison soon...:)

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  6. Looks so cute,makes a perfect starter! Nice recipe!Nice click too!

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  7. crunchy vadas..like the way u made it as medium thin..

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  8. Woww Jeya, looks super crispy and lovely presentation...awesome!!

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  9. Wow!! Vadai looks so tempting and as usual I love your step by step pics

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  10. Yummm,gr8 with a cup of hot masala tea...

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  11. Oh my what amazing clicks....looks so gud...

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  12. Yummy and crispy vadai.. Nice click..

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  13. with mint leaves, vadai should be different. Nice pic!

    love the idea of toothpick inserted on vadais.

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  14. Wow those spicy fritters sounds mouthwatering..Pics are making it more inviting...

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  15. Masala vadai looks so tempting..Nice color too.

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  16. Perfect for an evening with some hot tea. Yummyyy!!! Love masala vadas at any time.

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  17. Masala vadai looks perfect & yummy..

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  18. lovely pic with cute vadas.......
    They look very crispy.......
    Drop in sometime

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  19. jeyashri akka, u r soo sweet. thakkudu sonnathukkaka indialenthu kooda post pooturukkeley!! very good. vadaiyai yennai maathiri kolantheel saappatrathukku easyyaa 'laaly pop' style suuper.

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  20. Adorable parupu vaas jeyashri.Liked the presentation a lot.Vadas are picture perfect n more pleasing.

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  21. Am drooling at your pics :-) they look just perfect

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  22. First time here Jeyashree. Loved the way you presented the dishes and ur recipe collection. Please do visit my blog when you have time :)

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  23. படங்களுடன் விளக்கம் ...அருமை ..!

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  24. Wow..vadai looks so tempting..I don't mind to take that plate right now..bookmarking it..

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  25. yes jeyashri it will, make the dough sticky by sprinkling little water and gramflour and then coat it with vermilcilli and fry it immediately...

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  26. looks so tempting. i am drooling here. so perfectly done.

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  27. Beautiful click, looks so yummy and lovely color too...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  28. Thank u friends for ur valluable comments. Great welcome to all new visitors to my blog. i feel so delighted

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  29. My hubby's favorite...
    looks cute and crispy dear :-)

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  30. hello jeyashri akka, new post pooturukkeney!!!,,:)

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  31. They look simply great...First time on your blog jayeshri :) I liked the picture of masala vada and recipe as well

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  32. Hey wow thats a great presnetation...love them a lot....vada is all time fav too....thanks for sharing...first ime to ur blog...loved it...

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  33. hmm nice. during rainy evenings, if we have hot masala vadas, we can spend the time happily

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  34. serving idea semaya irukku :)

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  35. Thanks. I made this and basundhi for my guru Mata Amritanandamayi. I am sure you get a big share of blessings

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  36. Jeyashri I added dhania seeds along with saunf and I added small qty. of Pakak also. It came out very well. Thanx for the recipe

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