Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Greengram Sprouts & Soya Masala Vadas

As i told before, today i wanted to post my crispy vadas which is served along with Soyachunks Rice, if u have prepared ur sprouts at home and they are ready to get cooked, this vada gets ready in very less time...As usual i prepared my sprouts by myself with whole greengrams and i tried out making this wonderful looking vadas with some leftover soyachunks after making my soyachunks rice, i never thought that sprouted greengram and cooked soyachunks together works out wonder for making  vadas, i was very much happy when this combo turned out a super crispy vadas, everyone at home liked this crispy vadas,especially my kids..They enjoyed having this vadas when they were still hot..Obviously these vadas get vanished easily and very quickly, a wonderful side dish to enjoy with any sort of rice dishes also at the same time a prefect evening snack with healthy stuffs in it eventhough its deepfried..Sending this crispies to MLLA# 34th helping guest hosted by Jaya,event by Susan..

Greengram Sprouts & Soya Masala Vadas

2cups Greengram sprouts
10nos Soyachunks(cooked)
2tbsp Rice flour
1no Onion(big & chopped finely)
1tsp Fennel seeds (crushed)
2nos Garlic cloves (crushed)
1tsp Ginger (finely chopped)
4nos Green chillies (chopped)
Curry leaves
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

Grind together greengram sprouts and soyachunks as bit coarse paste, add the rice flour,chopped onions,crushed fennel seeds, crushed garlic cloves,chopped ginger,chopped green chillies,curryleaves and salt, turn everything as vada batter..

Heat oil for deep frying,make medium sized balls with the batter and drop gently to the hot oil,cook on both side until they turns golden brown, drain the excess of oil with a paper towel and enjoy hot...


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52 comments:

  1. This sounds perfect with a hot cup of tea :)
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  2. wow looks crispy and yummy. bookmarked ur vegan rose pudding

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  3. lovely vadas.....yummy....healthy tooo...

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  4. Loved the healthy combo priya!!! Awesome :)

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  5. It is amazing Priya, the way you make varieties of dishes with various combinations...
    This is a lovely snack...who can resist masala vadas.

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  6. looks crisp and yummylicious !

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  7. I was waiting for this recipe..soya chunks in vada sounds so innovative priya...

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  8. sound interesting and delicious :) yummy yummy :)

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  9. Wow, this sounds like a great evening snack with a cup of hot tea..YUM!

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  10. sounds a different kind of snak...a healthy toooo...

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  11. Never heard of that combo... Looks very crispy... yum...

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  12. Yummy vadais! Good for a cold night!

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  13. Super healthy snack that one..Looks so crispy and I love to have a cup of hot coffee with that..Slurp!!

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  14. Look very tasty. Make me want to grab some.

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  15. crispy vadas and tea - irrestible combo!!

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  16. Absolutely delicious, can make out how they tasted from their crispy look.

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  17. wow priya it's a recipe bursting with health! super cool!

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  18. Yummy and healthy vada.. looks very tempting !!

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  19. Vadas looks superb!! perfect tea time snack!!

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  20. Vadas looks so yummy....and its so packed with health too!!

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  21. God, Priya, that is such a great recipe. Sounds delicious.

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  22. Crispy and yummy vadai..perfect snack

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  23. thats really lips smacking....

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  24. ils sont superbes et délicieux bravo
    bonne journée

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  25. like the ingredients here. Looks very healthy and crispy snack

    Deepa
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  26. u r very good at whipping up dishes!...these sound yummilicious and healthy too!
    Smitha
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  27. these look really crisp n' nice...i have started using soyachunks only recently...esp coz it is easter lent time right now...:)

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  28. Looks super good!!
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  29. Very attractive looking and healthy snack..

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  30. Those sound delicious. Crispy on the outside & soft and warm on the inside, yum!

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  31. very healthy and yum looking snack! would love it with some garam chai!

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  32. Nice and healthy combo, sounds delicious!

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  33. Wow- wow- innovation at its best!!
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  34. Healthy and yummy snack..Great idea, Priya..

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  35. Soya masala and vadai looks delicious.

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  36. Vadai are very crispy and a healthy one. I don't cook very much with soya except with spinach... should incorporate it more in my cooking

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  37. Really a nice one Priya. I use green gram sprouts - potato combo but never thought of using soya chunks. Will definitely have to try this.

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  38. Priya....I just came back to this post to let you know I made Soya Chunks Ularthiyathu after getting inspired by your posts with soya. :) Mentioning you in my post....thank you.

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  39. Awesome healthy combo vada . will make it next time when my dad craves for masala vadai ..bookmarked

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  40. Awesome healthy combo vada . will make it next time when my dad craves for masala vadai ..bookmarked

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