A simple tea time snack made with three kind of lentils - Channa Dal, Toor Dal and Urad Dal. But channa dal is the most important ingredient. This gives it the required crispiness and texture. This is the first post of Blogging marathon under the theme Deep fried Items.
Crispy goodies made with lentils. A perfect tea time accompaniment.
Prep Time: 10 Mins | Cook Time: 15 Mins | Inactive Time: 1-2 Hrs |Total Time: 25 Mins | Serves: 2
This post is for Blogging Marathon 54 under the theme "Deep fried Goodies". Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 54 here.
Beautiful presentation Nisha..I love masala vadai..
Varadas Kitchen says
Dal combination make the dish so flavorful.
Chef Mireille says
what a nice crispy snack
Pavani N says
Love these crispy & delicious vada.
Sandhya Ramakrishnan says
These are my ever favorite and they looks perfect!
Sapana Behl says
Vadas looks so crisp and yummy.
One of my favorite vada. Looks nice and crunchy
Harini-Jaya R says
Beautiful pictures and crispy inviting vadas!
I use channa and toor dal (more quantity of channa, of course) .. these look soo crisp..
am intrigued by the black background... do u use paper / sheets..
sneha datar says
Delicious and crisp vadas.
These vadas look delicious.. Healthy appetizer too.
praba bubesh says
great pics and perfect crisp vadas..looks inviting..
vaishali sabnani says
Awesome presentation and props . Looks greAt and must have tasted amazing too.
Gayathri Kumar says
I use only channa dhal in masal vada. This recipe is quite interesting and the vadas look so inviting..