My Cooking Canvas
Welcome to My Cooking Canvas where We cook Stories of Travel and Food. We share Holiday Ideas,Mind-blogging Videos,Photography and Lip-smacking Recipes from all over the World.

Dal Vada

These are crispy Dal vada from the street of Bangaluru ,my second home 🙂

This Dal vada is a popular street-snack from south-India. Those were my favorite evening snack with a cup of chai at Office .I don’t like Maida stuff much ,so these kind of lentil based fried items satisfy me more.

The weather is changing and there is a pleasant chill in the air . I found many South-Indian ladies who prepare this Dal vada on a festive day. Unlike Odissa where only sweet pithas are prepared on festivals .Have you checked those Pithas reipes.. Rice Dumplings

My sister has written this beautiful lines

” Happiness is in the air,
It’s Deepavali everywhere.

An occasion to celebrate Life,
Let’s show some love and Light.”

Yeah, the festival of light is near around..Everyone is busy in festive preparation.While the childrens are focused on buying different varieties of crackers ,women in the house making savory snacks and varieties of dry sweets. Gujiya is one of such popular Diwali sweet which is prepared with different fillings.Not to miss ,you can always make this crispy dal vadas for the evening snack on Diwali.Your family will love it for sure.

 

Print Recipe
Masala Dal Vada
Dal vada is a popular street-snack from south-India.You can pair with a hot cup of your evening Chai. These are crispy & delicious.
Course snack
Cuisine karnataka
Prep Time 180 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Course snack
Cuisine karnataka
Prep Time 180 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
piece
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Soak Dal for 3 hour .Take 2 tbsp of soaked dal and keep it in a bowl. Now coarsely grind the rest dal to a paste.
  2. Add the paste to the 2 tbsp dal .Add crushed garlic ,chopped green chili ,red chili powder, chopped coriander ,baking soda and curry leaves.
  3. Add salt to the mixture and keep the mixture for 10 minute.
  4. Heat oil and drop spoonful of mixture into it. Don't crowd much in the oil.
  5. Fry them at medium flame both side till they are golden brown.
  6. Serve hot with tomato sauce.
2 Comments
  1. Rimli Dey says

    Lovely pictures. My mom used to make this same thing with Urad dal I think and with bengal gram she used to mix coconut flakes with curry leaves.

  2. Sai priya says

    I too make urad dal vada..i never try though adding coconut flakes ,but will surely try your Mom recipe next time. Thanks 🙂

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

error: Protected