Saturday, 28 July 2012

Sri Lankan Parippu Vade


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This is a famous snack in Sri Lanka. It is easily available to buy. Making Parippu vade for tea time is a perfect treat for family members & also for the guests.

Here is the recipe.
Ingredients (for 10 vade)
Toor dhal 1/2 cup (Thora parippu/kadala parippu)
Dry red chillies  1-2 nos (sliced)
Green chillies  1-2nos ( sliced )
1 medium sized Onion (sliced)
Curry leaves  1 stem (crushed)
Red chilly powder  1 tsp
Oil  for deep frying
Salt to taste

Method
Soak Thor dhal for about 2- 3 hrs.
Wash & drain well.

Keep 2 - 3 tbsp of this soaked dhal aside.
Then coarse grind the remaining dhal  in a food processor/grinder.
Don’t add any water.Finally it should be a coarse mixture.

Combine all the ingredients listed above together with the grinded mixture.Add the 2-3 tbspn dhal which kept aside.Check for salt & taste.

Taking a small portion into your palm, make small balls & again make them flat.(shape as Vade)

Deep fry until both sides are brown.
Serve hot with ketchup or any sauce.

Note: To prevent breaking of Vade, Microwave them in high for 3 minutes (before deep frying).
This can be kept in deep freezer for more than 2 weeks (before frying) & deep fry when you want to eat.




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5 comments:

  1. vada looks delicious. I like that you keep few tablespoons of dal aside and it just pop out from vada and looks attractive.

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  2. Looks really nice Amy :-)

    Aparna

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  3. vade looks delicious... beautiful presentation..

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  4. Very tasty and crispy beautifully present .I love to eat rice with toor dhal fried with garlic and center cut little salt filled fried crispy green chilly with papar and amchore .zafar mustafa siddiqi

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  5. superb...........

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