From time to time my followers send me their recipes with their pics of their tried and tested dishes and that makes me happy. I get to learn and appreciate that a dish can be made in a different way and presented in a different way too. Plus i get to learn different dishes and share them with all of you. If youd like to send me your favourite recipe with the pic please feel free to do so. Todays recipe comes from Priya Bedi who not only sent me the recipe with the picture but also told me a bit about herself in the email. I found that really soo touching. I also make these dahi wadas and havent had time to put it up in the blog. I make mine exactly the same was as Priyas….only i soak the lentils overnight and grind them with ginger and a few green chillies and leave the batter to ferment for a few hours. This ensures lovely soft wadas. No baking powder or soda to be added. The rest is the same as the recipe. So happy cooking!!
> Dahi Wada is also called as Dahi Balaa in punjabi
> White Urad Dal (250 gms or more as per quantity required)
> Green chillies
> Cummin seeds 1 tsp
> Normal Cooking Oil
> Yoghurt (one full big bowl)
> Chaat Masala 1 tsp
> Red Chilli powder 1/2 tsp
> Black pepper powder 1/2 tsp
> Roased cummin seeds powder 1 tsp
> Coriander leaves
> Urad Dal need to be soaked overnight or 5 to 6 hours, grind the urad
> dal along with green chillies, ginger and cummin seeds, please make
> sure the batter is thick and water need to be added only if required
> and salt to be added. after the batter is ready deep fry them and
> then soak the wada in warm water for 2 or 3 mins to make them soft.
> Put fresh yoghurt in a bowl add water as much as required however make
> sure that too much water is not added as the raita needs to be not
> very thick nor thin, then add the salt and other masala i.e. black
> pepper, red chilli powder, chaat masala and roasted cummin seeds mix
> them well.
> While removing the wada squeeze the water completely and then add all
> the wadas to the dahi mixture and mix all of them well and add
> coriander leaves to garnish if you want you can also add some
> pomegranate for the rich taste.
Loks Yummmmm, m sure it tastes the same as well Didi 😉
Looks Yummmmmmmm,m sure it tastes the same Didi 😉
Thank you soo much sweetie:) do try it out and let me know 🙂
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Concha…muchas gracias…thank you very much 🙂