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5/01/2010

Chinna Minapappu Vadiyalu (Urad Dal Sun Dried Chips)

Hi Friends,
Today i am sharing Vadiyalu Recipe.Vadiyalu (Vadi in hindi) are crispy fritters usually made with soaked urad dal,and grind into paste,then sundried and stored in airtight containers for 1 year.Usually my mom make these vadiyalu.When i will go India she will give me.Vadiyalu we can make so many curries.We can add with other vegtables curries also.These days,you could also find them in most of the indian grocery stores.In sote we can get moong dal vadiyalu.These will be good any curries u can put.Most of the time we can add totakura (amaranthus curry) and majiga pulusu etc..

For this recipe we need:-

Ingredients:-
Urad dal-1 cup
Salt to taste
Water-1/2 cup
Method:-

Soak the urad dal for 2 hours.
Now grind into a paste and add salt.Do not put more water.Paste should be hard.
Now take it into greased with oil to steel big plate.
Make sure small rounds balls on a plate.Vadiyalu is shown in below video.

Dry them under the hot sun for a completely dry.(it will take for 1 to 2 days for dry up ).
 Then remove from the plate store them in a airtight container for long time.Soon i will come with this curry recipes.

20 comments:

Suhaina

wow. never knew anything about this before.
Thanks for sharing the recipe dear.
Should we fry or just add to curry.

divya

Hi Suhaina,
Thanks u for u r quick lovely comments.This vadiyalu we can add in curries.

Kiran

Very nice presented vadiyalu.

PALATABLE

This is quite new to me but looks great, thanks for the video, really helpful dear...

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Madhurya

Hi Divya,

I've never heard this before. Interesting. Will try it once and let u know. It looks delicious
Madhurya Karthik
http://subhojyam.wordpress.com/

simply.food

Interesting will come back to see how you use them.

Ann

I never even heard of this.. looks so interesting and new.

divya

Thank u all for lovely comments and stopping by in my blog.

Aruna Manikandan

Sounds very interesting dear...
Thx. for sharing :-)

Sushma Mallya

Very interesting one...

Priya

Never heard of this, thanks for sharing..

miri goes phishing!

hi divya...sounds really interesting...i have never had them before...

Malar Gandhi

This is quite diff' vadiyalu...never heard abt it, looks great.

Gita Jaishankar

This is new to me Divya...sounds interesting :)

Kalai

I have never come across this recipe Divya! Seems very simple and easy to make on the go snack! Am sure the kids would love this definitely!

divya

Thank u all for lovely comments and stopping by in my blog.

Fathima

that is a wonderful recipe... never heard or had this before..

SathyaSridhar

Never heard about this dear,,you got lot of patience nice recipe dear.

divya

Thanks all for your valuable feedback.

risingsun1234

you need to fry it in oil and add to currys. Usually , when you put tadka/popu, add these small vadiyalu to the popu , and when they turn brown, add the vegetable and cook as usual. at the end, they will be kind of soft not very crunchy

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