Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Dahi Waade(maash ki daal)

For the batter
  1. Maash ki dal 1 cup
  2. Green chilles 4
  3. Coriander leaves 1/2 bunch
  4. Cumin pwdr pinch
  5. Baking pwdr 1/4Tspn
  6. Salt to taste
Method to make the batter:
  • Soak maash ki daal for ateleast 5-6 hours after washing properly for 3-4 times.
  • Grind the daal to thick consistency with green chilles,coriander leaves,cumin pwdr,baking pwdr and salt.
Method for making the wadas:
  • Heat oil for deep frying the wadas.
  • Simply take the batter onto your palm and shape it to form a wada or if ur unable to do that take a table spoon and put the batter forming a round shape into the pan.
  • Fry till both the sides turn golden brown.
  • Keep them aside.
For the dahi wadas
  • Take 500grms of dahi and dilute it with equal quantity of water and add salt,ginger-garlic paste 1/4th tspn,green chilli and corianader paste 1Tspn.
  • Transfer the wadas to this and garnish it with red chilli powder and coriander leaves.
You can also add bagar of red chillies,curry leaves,green cillies to it.


Kitchen Flavours said...

Looks yummy.

Yasmeen said...

A cooling Iftar Snack!

Obaid said...

They were real soft, spicy and tasty.I cant get anything better than this.. Keep up the good work. Thanks for making my Ramadhan Special with all the tasty and new things you make..

Armina said...

What is really making me smile are Obaid Bhai's comments.. :) Mashallah, he is such a devoted husband to take such efforts to praise ur delicacies and appreciate ur efforts.. I'm expecting my husband to follow suit in my blog.. LOL!
PS: Dahi wade look delicious and I really believe Obaid Bhai's words that they turned out soft, spicy and tasty :))

Wasay said...

You make cooking look so easy...I made the dahi vade...couldn't resist after seeing your simple recipe and also obaid bhai's comment ;)....they came out really well...thanks for making my ramadan special...three cheers for bhabhi!!

Nazarina A said...

You are a walking Indian cooking digest!!! and your step by step methods phenomenal! I have found a new friend in you and I shall come by often. This dish in particular, I have to try!!!!! You have a sweetie for a husband, he is so proud of you!!!!!

Food Fanatic said...

wow i impressed with the snacks u prepare. i make them too but not very often. u have great selection of indian nashta.

ya aloo ki kadi is not tht popular but tastes great.

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