WHITE PEAS VADA/FRITTERS/SNACKS

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Hi friends, today I posting simple but yummy crispy fritters for the tea time snack and in this winter season... Enjoy making and have it hot crisp....


Little About Vadai
Vadai can vary in shape and size, but are usually either doughnut or disc-shaped and are about between 5 and 8 cm across. They are made from dal, lentil, gram flour or potato. Vadai is a traditional South Indian food know from ancient times. Although they are commonly prepared at home, vadas are as well a typical street food in the Indian Subcontinent and Sri Lanka. They are usually a morning food but in street stalls and in railway stations as a snack all day.

The white peas (Vellai Patani) are in my refrigeration for long time. Actually I stored this for misal pav but couldn't do it at times so I opened the pack for making kurma for chapathi/Rice and soaked it for overnight. After making kurma I have excess peas so I plan to do some snacks with it and now I came with this yummy crispy bites of vada...

Category
Snacks
Regional
South Indian
Preparation Time
10 Minutes (Excluding soaking Time)
Cooking Time 
15 Minutes
Yield
10



INGREDIENTS 
White peas soaked overnight or 6 hours - 1 Cup
Dry red chillies - 2
Fried gram dal - 1 Tbsp
Fennel seeds - 1 Tsp
Pepper corns - 1 Tsp
Curry leaves - 1 Tbsp
Green chillies - 1 Chopped
Shallots - 15 Finely chopped
Salt - To taste
Oil - To deep frying

Sorry friends, here I missed to display red chillies and oil so include that in your list.
 METHOD

  • Soak the white peas to over night or at least 6 hours before making vada. 
  • Take a dry and clean mixie jar add fried gram dal, pepper corns and fennel seeds grind it well and put it in a mixing bowl. 
  • Now add white peas with dry chillies and grind it coarsely not into fine paste. 
  • Transfer the mixture into the fried gram dal mixture and add salt, curry leaves, green chillies and onion in the mixing bowl.
  • Heat enough oil in a pan for deep fry in medium-high flame. 
  • Mix it well by hand and divide into equal balls and grease the palm with oil and flatten like a small disc by pressing between palms. 
  • Deep fry till golden brown on both sides of  the vadas one by one or multiple according to your oil content on medium-high flame. 



  •  Serve hot with Tea/Coffee...







ENJOY EVERY CRISPY BITES WITH YOUR TEA/COFFEE!!!!



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32 comments:

  1. I am making same thing today ....vada looks so crispy and yum

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  2. yummy and super vadai:)welcome back sis:)

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  3. Looks immensely fresh and crispy..Pass me the plate.Ready to finish this in seconds Vijayalakshmi.

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  4. Lovely and crispy vada....perfect for tea...

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  5. crispy and so perfect!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!
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  6. Super vada Viji, nice clicks too... Crispy tea time snack...Enaku inaiku evening ku parcel anupunga okay :)

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  7. wow i like this never tried with white peas
    great tea time snack viji

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  8. super good clicks viji...lovely crispy vada

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  9. Nice thought of using white peas....great...will try soon...

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  10. Never tried with white peas. will try soon

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  11. I wont even hesitate a second to Munch these beauties,crispy tempting vadas.

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  12. its new to me vada with peas..looks delicious..

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  13. Your pic tempts me a lot now sis. Droolworthy vadas. Mouthwatering here. Pass it to me dear.

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  14. crispy vadas..nice teatime snack..

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  15. super crisp vadas dear, something diff with pottukadalai...

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  16. This one sounds new to me,perfectly done, quite tempting too

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  17. yummy thanks for linking this recipe with my event..

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  18. super clicks viji...lovely crispy vada

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  19. really yummy... slurp... so glad to be here...
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  20. My dearie sis! How cute these vadais are!!! I love them so much than ulunthu vadai. You made them so perfect darling! ;)

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  21. Perfect snack to relish with tea....yum...

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