Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Dill Leaves Indian Doughnut/Dill Leaves Urad Dhall Vada

Dill Leaves Indian Doughnut

Urad dhal - 200 gram
Whole green chilli - 3 nos
Salt - 3/4 tspn ( to taste)
Dill leaves - 1 bunch
Chopped onion - two tspn
For garnishing 
Dill leaves few
oil for frying

 Finely chop the dill leaves and wash drain the water completely.Keep aside.
Soak urad dal in the icy cold water (to get more batter) for 1 hour. 
 Drain the water completely.
Add salt  and green chilli  grind it to a smooth paste.

Add chopped dill leaves and chopped onion mix well with fork and keep it aside.

Take little bit of the batter to make it to a  round shape  and flatten it slightly. Make a  hole in the middle of the flattened batter,  with your finger.   Deep fry them nice golden brown colour.  Do not burn them.   Remove from the oil and drain the excess oil well from the vadais. 

Healthy Dill leaves vadai will be very well go with dates mint chutney or pottukadalai chutney and nonbu kanji at fasting days.
Children are not eating greens, we will make like this snacks and feed through this vadai

Linking to Guru's Giveaway Kidspecial & Jugruti's Patluck party.
Gayatri's Walk through Memory lane hosted by Avika, Anu's Healthy Kitchen South Indian Cooking hosted by Nivedhanan, Giveaway Celebration @ Gujarati Zaika & Merry Tummy cooking with yellow, Giveaway @ Daily Swad Sugandh, 100thpost giveaway @cutchikitchen, Guru's cooking Vagan food .


Sapana Behl said...

Delicious vadas !
liked your fb page , hoping for same.

Jeya Jemini said...

pudu vagaiyana vadai

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Priya Anandakumar said...

Very aromatic dill leaves vadai, yummy and crispy...

Sanoli Ghosh said...

Wonderful aromatic Indian doughnuts....

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Priya Suresh said...

Very tempting and aromatic urad dal vada, my favourite.

Shweta Agrawal said...

indeed yummy and so apt for monsoons:)
Thanks for linking

thelady8home said...

Wonderful wonderful donuts!!! So yumm :) Look delicious. One question: You don't need to add any baking soda?

Avika said...

Lovely and unique vadas :) Thanks for linking to WTML !!

Nilu A said...

Wow! These vada's look yummy and healthy Jaleela :-)

Jaleela Banu said...

Thanks for visit Minne,if we grind the batter smooth and thick it will come very soft, no I didn't add baking soda .

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Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

yummy vadas... Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!! please add the logo also...