Monday, December 7, 2009

Spicy Channadal

My all time favourite snacks was this spicy channadals, my mom used to make out this spicy deep fried channadals atleast once a month for our evening snacks, which i like to munch for my evening snacks..its was so long i prepared this deep fried channadal coz now am completely avoiding to deep fry anything, I soaked channa dal for making out some masal vadais for our today's lunch, after making out few vadais they were some leftovers and fried those left over channadal which i spiced with red chilly powder and salt...Quite a simple spicy deep fried channadal which need just the soaking time else its really very quick to make out...I enjoyed having this spicyyyy snacks with hot coffee, both together turned out my snacks divine...



1cup Channadal (soaked for 2hours)
1tsp Red chilly powder
Salt
5nos Curry leaves
Oil for deepfrying

Pat dry the soaked channadal , meanwhile heat the oil for deep frying and fry those pat dried soaked channa dals until golden brown, drain the excess of oil with a paper towel also fry the curry leaves until crisp...Add the red chilly powder, salt to the deep fried channa dal and toss gently until the chilly powder and salt get well mixed..

Serve as evening snacks..conserve them in an air tightened box..

31 comments:

  1. Sounds great and easy..Looks so yummy...A must try one..

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  2. Sounds like a perfect snack..Feel like munching it right now..[It's bitterly cold and evening time here :-)]

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  3. Very nice idea to have a quick snack. Seen them in spicy mixtures of TamilNadu, now I understand how to do it.

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  4. Looks so crispy and yummy Priya...good try :)

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  5. Wow!!sounds gr8..would love to munch when watching TV.:)

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  6. I was looking for this recipe for soo long...thx fo rsharing :)

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  7. Reminds my childhood days, good one!

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  8. You always come up with new intersting recipe..nice one..

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  9. perfect tea time snack.nice recipe and nice click too

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  10. I love this when added to bhel puri..will surely give it a try soon..thanks for the entry

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  11. I remember this snack we call it as poricha kadalai,yummy recipe!!

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  12. Delicious snack priya, i do fry chana cal but to add in chivda never tried having them like it, its sure looks yummy!

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  13. its my favorite too. Having 2 tins in my kitchen cupboard. i miss that curry leaves flavor though. i wont get it here

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  14. Sounds great and yummyyyy...Perfect eve snack.

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  15. wow that sounds interesting,love to have that one ...

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  16. I love these chana dal fries, but always buy from shop, will try at home now, thanks to you..Priya

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  17. My H's fav snack ! Looks crunchy and easy to make .

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  18. sounds yummy Priya....perfect snack for the evening:)

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  19. Did it turn like the haldi rams oe?????.... I love moong dal of haldi rams... Bookmarked recipe now :)

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  20. Did it turn like the haldi rams oe?????.... I love moong dal of haldi rams... Bookmarked recipe now :)

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  21. Did it turn like the haldi rams oe?????.... I love moong dal of haldi rams... Bookmarked recipe now :)

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  22. hey..this used to be our favorite too!!

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  23. Oh gosh !! these are my fav..always munching them when I was in India even here too....

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  24. மாலைநேரத்துக்கான ஈசி ஸ்நாக்ஸ்...

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