Ambode ~ Dal Vada

Ambode
Ambode/Dill Leaves Vada

Ambode/ Dal Vada with Dill

You need :

Kadalebele/Chanadal - 2 Cups (1cup=100ml)
Green Chilli - 8 (adjust according to your spice levels)
Dill Leaves - 3/4 cup packed (washed and chopped)
Onion - 1 big or 2 small (chopped into small pieces)
Ginger- small piece
Salt
Oil for deep frying

Method :

1.Soak dal for 3-4 hours.
2.Chop onions into fine pieces. Wash and cut dill leaves.
3.Blend all chana dal leaves with ginger and green chillies into coarse paste.
4. I used food processor to blend these into coarse paste. Add in chopped onions and dill leaves.

Ambode

5. Add salt and mix well. Check salt in the batter and adjust as needed.
6. Heat oil in a pan. Take little batter at a time and press them down between your palm and slide them down in the oil. Deep fry till they are golden brown.
7. Enjoy with a cup of tea/ coffee :)

Vade-Tea




NEW YEAR

12 comments:

Leena said...

Always loved ambode..Ambode looks very spicy n crispy...yumm

Hamaree Rasoi said...

Delicious and yummy looking ambode. Wonderfully prepared.
Deepa

prathibha Garre said...

Thats a very delicious ambode..perfect for the weather..send me some

Nagashree said...

Sabsige soppina ambode, yummm.

Happy New to you & family Lakshmi!

Kannada Cuisine said...

Wow..they look perfect. Boy! it has been ages that I had some. Wish I could grab these off the webpage :)

Priya said...

Super crispy and flavourful dal vadas, love to munch some.

BDSN said...

Addition of dill to vada sounds unique. I didn't even knoyw you could get dill in India. your sale vada looks great! :)

smmashers said...

Dear Taste of Mysore,

It has been a while that I visited your site for browsing...I typically just go to the pages I have previously bookmarked for recipes. but in seeing your new site, I noticed that I am no longer able to search for recipes...The organized list of recipes for breakfast, curries, desserts on the right hand of the page is GONE!! Needless to say I am PANICKING!! I am hooked to your blog and use it as a source of "inside" tips on how my family back home cooks...please do release the menu of items you have, a searchable way of finding recipes would be much appreciated. The list by category is priceless!!! Please bring it back! Thanks as always!!

Cham said...

My DH favorite with dill leaves. Wish you a Wonderful New Year to you & your family!

LG said...

Thanks everyone for lovely comments.

LG said...

@ smmashers

I am updating the list and the pull down menu will be back on blog very soon. Thanks for coming back to Taste of Mysore.

Sushma Madhuchandra said...

Happy new year to you too.
Ambode looks so crunchy!