Monday, August 16, 2010

Parippu Vada/Dal Fitters

Parippu Vada (Updated Pic)

Parippu vada is a simple evening snack that can be made with thuvar dal or channa dal. Crunchy and mildly spicy it is a great accompaniment with tea. This is as famous as uzhundu vada or urud dal fitters in tea stall in Kerala and is served with piping hot tea.


Ingredients

Thuvar dal or Channa Dal- 1 cup 
Green chilly- 2
Red dry chilly-3
Shallot- 2 chopped
Ginger- 1inch thick
Fennel seeds -a pinch
Coconut shredded - 2tsp
Curry leaves
salt to taste
Oil for frying-1 cup






Soak dal for at least four hours and drain in a colander and set aside.
Grind dal and red chilly without adding water. Grind into a course paste and then add green chilly , shallots, ginger, curry leaves, coconut and fennel get them crushed. Heat oil in a fry pan or a heavy bottom pan. Take lemon sizes balls of the mixture and flatten it in between your plam in the form of small thin patties. Carefully slide into hot oil and fry till both sides become evenly browned up. Remove from oil to a paper napkin. Serve with tea.


Try this...
Hope you will all enjoy.

34 comments:

  1. Vada look super crispy n pefect!!

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  2. new background super...eniku vada kanditte kothy varunu..

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  3. Perfect parippu vadas..My favorite..Adipoli aayittundu..

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  4. Wot a co incidence ..... I too have posted the same recipe today. Ur's looks perfect n crispy.

    Cheers n Happy Cooking,
    Satrupa
    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  5. looks delicious I love making them especially with coconut

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  6. Looks crispy and delicious, pass me that plate please..

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  7. perfect vadas..
    new look is nice and bright!

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  8. Beautiful and tempting pics. We just had this over the weekend, super crunchy and yummy !!!

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  9. New backgorund looks quite attractive...loved the dish...

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  10. Vadas look so crispy and yumm!

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  11. wow.. ethu AJ de favorite aanu.. nalla crispy and crunchy vada tto..

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  12. My son loves eating these vadas....Looks soooo crispy
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  13. Crispy vadas tempts me a lot...yummmmm!

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  14. Love dal fritters.Seeing your crunchy and tasty fritters makes me think to make some very soon.

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  15. thatsurely is one yuumy fritters!!>. i love to have this with banana and tea!!!

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  16. Ayyooo parippu vada....my favvvv,its been ages i tried these at home...looks too good

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  17. Ennalai enikkum parippuvada ayirunnu.Ennittum ethu kandittu kothiyavunnu.Ur picz looks so tempting!

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  18. Vadas looks so delicious..wish could grab some!!

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  19. vada looks so crispy and yummie...feel like grabbing some for my evening tea...

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  20. Vada looks very beautiful Suja. Perfectly made, just like the most celebrated tea stall version....superb!

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  21. Poratte with some pazham.. are you my neighbor now?

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  22. Wow wow wow wow...kanditu sahikunillee

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  23. Ayyo..enikku 2 ennam parcel ayachu thaayo....
    so perfect and yummy!!!

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  24. Thanks all for stopping by and for the lovely comments
    Sunitha, not yet..two more weeks to go :)

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  25. parippu vada.. anytime for me !

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  26. Adding coconut to the vada is very new to me,should try that next time when I make the vadas! SOunds like a great idea!

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  27. thanks Pravs and Raks for stopping by and few the sweet comments:)

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