Friday, 9 December 2011

The One with Moong Poha Vadai

Hola Amigos,

Etymology : The name came after a funny conversation which we had :).
Origin : Nivi and Hari's commonly used sense! Gives you a hint of Masal vada

This is a very easy vadai recipe. I used to make this dish whenever my husband likes to eat vadai, as this dish does not include the grinding part .

This is what you want :
Poha  (Rice Flakes) - 1 cup
Moong Dal - 1/2 cup
Onion(big) -1(cut to small pieces)
Spinach - 1/4 cup( cut to small pieces)
Green chillies - 3-4
Ginger - 1 inch piece (cut to small pieces)
Salt - to taste
Oil - to fry


This is how you do : 
1. Soak Moong Dal in water for about 2 hours and Poha in water for about 1 hour.
2. Grind the Moong Dal into a coarse mixture (just a pulse in mixie ) and add into the Poha which is well soaked now.
3. Add the finely chopped onion,spinach,green chillies,ginger and salt and mix it well.
4. Heat oil in the kadai and shape the poha moong dal mixture like the masal vadai .
5. After the oil is hot ,just deep fry the patties
6. Simple but delicious Moong Poha Vada is ready !!!!!!!!!!!

Titbits:
1. This vadai tastes much more yummy with tomato chutney.
2. If the poha is light variety it will not require much time for soaking.
3. Dont add water when grinding Moong Dal . It is just a turn in the mixer or you can use spice blender to grind it into a coarse mixture without adding water.

8 comments:

HaRy!! said...

:)... heavy foooddddd! niceee as always

Mama's World said...

Thanks Nivi for stopping by my blog!!

I'm your new follower!!!

:-)

Manju said...

Hi Nivi,
Thanks a lot for visiting my space and leaving your lovey comments.
You have a nice blog blooming here. All the best, you'll have lots of fun and make lots of friend I'm sure!

Regards,
Manju
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Sowjanya@Ruchikacooks said...

That one looks crunchy !

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Shanthi said...

LOOKS YUMMY AND TEMPTING

NiVi said...

@ mama's world : thank you for your comment..
@ manju : thanks for your wishes...
@ sowjanya : thanks sowjanya
@ shanthi : thanks shanthi...

Priyanka Manivannan said...

Hi Dear,
Moong Poha Vada!! Sounds good.. Never heard of such an Idea..Great Idea... It looks so perfect and crunchy..

NiVi said...

@Priyanka : Thank you :)