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Friday, September 12, 2008

Sataguppi / Dill Vada

1 cup Channa Dal
2 Cinnamon Sticks
3 Cloves
1 tsp Fennel seeds
2 Onion, chopped
3 Red chillies
1 big bunch Dill /Suwa /Shepu / Sataguppi, finely chopped
Soak Channa Dal in water for two hours and then grind coarsely without adding water. Dal should be semi ground and keep aside. Grind cinnamon, cloves, fennel seeds, red chillies and to this add onion and grind once again. Don't grind them for long, may be only for a second or two. Mix with the dal. Then add the finely chopped dill and salt to it and mix well. Take a small ball of the mixture and slightly flatten in the palm and place it in hot oil and deep fry on both sides to a golden brown. Serve with chutney or tomato ketchup.


Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow looks gr8 and simple to make also. Iam gonna give it a try. Nice to know that u r also from Bangalore.

Priti said...

Mouth watering vadas..very tempting ;)

srikars kitchen said...

Nice entry... vada looks delicious & Amazing... crispi vada..

Myviews said...

Wow looks gr8.simple and Mouth watering vadas..

Usha said...

Looks crisp and yummy,haven't tried dill in my vadai before good idea:)

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Hey Valar, interesting recipe and very simple...

Illatharasi said...

What is this dill? what it is called in tamil?

Vada looks yummy!

Valarmathi said...

In tamil it is called as sataguppi

Dershana said...

hi valarmathi, this is my first visit here :-)

i learnt about adding dill to paruppu vadai when i was staying at bangalore. it sure does add a unique flavour and wonderful aroma.

good entry.

i am adding your blog to my foodie blog list.

Divya said...

Pretty innovative to use dill as a herb in vadai. Love the flavor of it.


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