Mar 19, 2008

Aama vadai / Split chickpea fritters

This is a snack which I always enjoy with tea..I learnt this recipe from my grandma..In olden days people prepare this using ural..Nowadays it is prepared quickly using the mixie/blender..It contains channa dhall and hence rich in proteins too..Here is how I prepared this fritter..

           

Ingredients

Channa dhall/ split chickpea - 1 cup
Small sized onion - 1 finely chopped
Green chillies - 5 finely chopped
Curry leaves - 1 sprig
Coriander leaves
Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
Cinnamon stick - 1/ inch
Salt to taste
Oil for deep frying

Directions

Soak the channa dhall in water for at least three hours..Drain the water well and sperate 2 tablespoons of channa dhall and grind the remaining dhall coarsely in a mixie along with the cumin seeds and cinnamon..
To this mixture add the finely chopped onions, green chillies, curry leaves, coriander leaves and the seperated 2 tablespoons of channa dhall and mix well..Also add salt to taste..
Now take a spoon of this batter in your palm and press them slightly so that they form discs of about 2 inches in diameter..Deep fry them in oil on both sides until they turn golden brown..
Drain them in paper towels and serve them hot..

This is my entry for Waiter, there's something in my pulses hosted by Jeanne..

18 comments:

  1. Aama vadai , my granny prepares too :) We used to be scared by hearing the name "aama " Good one, i love it and remember my golden days.

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  2. my hubbys favourite.I often make this.Looking good

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  3. Wow divya,looks crispy ra....long time back I prepared it,will try this weekend :-)

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  4. looks crispy divya:)))hubby's favorite..yummmm

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  5. Never tried adding pattai in masala vadai!! Will try out next time when i make!

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  6. Yum! Looks delicious.
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  7. vadais looks very crip. Got nice color too.

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  8. Mmm..so mouth-watering vadas. lovely.

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  9. so tempting...we make it only during festivals..

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  10. i love this too...easy to make when u have unexpected visitors.

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  11. i love masala vadai's piping hot from a bajji bandi (cart)!! they look yummy!!

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  12. Lovely Vadas... Just came from Premas blog & shes got these great Vadas too....

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  13. i love these vada's... yours looks perfect...

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  14. hubby loves this , i dont know how they make it , and we used to get it from restaurant here. I am so glad to see this recipe here. I bookmarked it . thanks a lot for this divya :) . Wouldn't you like to vote for Vow brinjal awards ??? will wait to see your vote there, dear.

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  15. These are so delicious and crispy Divya..

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  16. yeah my fav too .. ... tasty yummy!!!

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  17. What a yummy-looking snack! I've never made chickpea fritters, but this recipe looks pretty straighforward. Thanks for sharing - and thanks for takign part in WTSIM this month :)

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  18. ye its my favrt tooo...... yummy and crispy yar...

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