Friday, May 11, 2012

Green Peas & Soyabeans Masal Vada

Soyabeans are extremely rich in proteins, we do make quite often sabjis and sundals with this healthy legumes..But somehow i didnt tried them in making vadas,few days back i tried making this super crispy vadas by combining both split green peas and soyabeans together.They turned out quite addictive, super crispy,for my surprise both greenpeas and soyabeans together worked out wonder in this vada..Enjoy this vadas for your snacks with spicy coriander chutney or simply with coconut chutney. I deep fried them as am trying this combination for the first time in case if you want to give a low fat version just prepare them by using the appe pan,am damn sure that they will tastes simply prefect as the deep fried ones. Sending to my own event CWS-Soybeans guest hosted by Anu & to SYF & HWS Series-Fennel seeds guest hosted by Kaveri,event by Anu.




1/2cup Dry Greenpeas (soaked for an hour)
1/2cup Soyabeans (soaked ovenite)
1no Onion (chopped)
2nos Green chillies (chopped)
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
1tbsp Ginger (chopped)
2nos Cloves
1no Cinnamon stick (small)
3nos Curry leaves
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

Grind the soaked dry green peas,soaked soyabeans with cloves, cinnamon stick as coarse paste.

Add the chopped onions, chopped green chillies, fennel seed powder, chopped ginger, curryleaves, salt and mix everything well..

Heat the oil for deepfrying, take a small golf ball size vada batter and flatten them with ur palms, drop gently to the hot oil and fry until they turns golden brown and crispy, drain the excess of oil with paper towel.

Serve hot with sambar or any spicy chutney..


57 comments:

  1. Wow yummy tea time snack...

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  2. Looks crispy... wanna have some...

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  3. Delicious vadas...addition of soyabeans gives it a healthy twist

    SYF & HWS - Fennel Seeds

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  4. Looks crispy n interesting ingredients, sounds flavorful...

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  5. perfect shape and very crispy .. so tempting ..

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  6. gorgeous vadas,super combination...healthy snack..very tempting clicks Priya
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  7. Vadas look very crispy and tasty. Nice combo. Love it.

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  8. Crisp & super tempting, nice combo..And love the new blog look!!! :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. Vadai looks yummy and crispy..I have never ever thought of this combination..:))
    Delicious..
    Reva

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  10. Yummy combination, looks crispy & delicious!

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  11. The wadas look awesome..gr8 idea to make with saya beans.

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  12. Wow gorgeous tea time snack priya

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  13. looks so nice and crispy..very tempting.

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  14. Wow, I have to try this out, looks so crisp, simply love it..

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  15. Very healthy and crispy vadai.sure its a treat for our tongue.

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  16. very crispy and delicious.nice variation of the regular daal vada.loved it

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  17. healthy snack for tea..akka how abt sending something spl for my pumpkin event, runs till may 31..any pumpkin will do..if you can that will be grt!

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  18. Healthy combo...vada looks so tempting and crispy..Wish to have some vadas.

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  19. Love the combo, I love how you try regular recipes with different ingredients, very creative.

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  20. yummy vadas,super combination...healthy 1 n tasty 1 too..

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  21. Good combination. Looks so crisp and good.

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  22. love the combo..looks super good!

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  23. the vadas are super crispy. very innovative

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  24. Very crispy and tasty vadai.

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  25. looking awesome as its taste! i love the color and it would definitely be a hit in my family!!


    Thanks
    Surya
    http://dhinamorusuvai.blogspot.com/

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  26. Protein packed snack. Looks yummy.

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  27. i tried vadai with green peas, yours with soybean combo sounds healthy n yummy...vadai loooks so crisy n tempting...super Vadai!!
    Spicy Treats

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  28. This place looks different and you've changed the name too! Looks frsh and new!
    Lovely snack and awesome combination!

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  29. I miss this so much - only available in the other side of Malaysia.

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  30. Love the nutritious combination, Priya!!

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  31. Hey Priya, Very interesting combination. I have been thinking to try soyabeans for snacks for a long time. This gives me a good start :). Thanks for sharing

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  32. une idée qui me séduit beaucoup
    bonne journée

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  33. Priya, Blog looks fresh and new, luv it!! This recipe sounds very healthy and innovative, I'm going to try this weekend. Ungallala thaan intha mathri combo ellam try panna mudiyum, Good job!

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  34. I want to grab one and stuff in my mouth! thanks for sharing

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  35. Deliciosos... tudo de bom!!!

    Bom fim de semana!
    Bom domingo!

    ¸.•°`♥✿⊱╮
    ❤♡
    FELIZ DIA DAS MÃES!!!

    Beijinhos.
    Brasil
    °º °♫♫♪¸.•°`

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  36. this is just so delicious.. perfect with a hot cup of tea..
    bookmarked!

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  37. WOW! Mouth watering! Such an innovative recipe <3

    love
    http://www.meghasarin.blogspot.com

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  38. Delicious Love it. This is something I need to make soon.

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  39. wow very healthy and awesome vadas..thnks much for linking it to my guest event!

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