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Moong Dal Pakoda

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This is a spicy delicious snack crispy outside and soft inside.

Moong dal Vada - There are plenty of various Indian native snacks and appetizers which go through the title vada, a fried delicious snack. Moong dal vada recipe is a crunchy, protein-rich and scrumptious evening tea time snacks made out of whole green lentils and chana dal. For further tastes, chopped curry leaves or coriander leaves or spinach or shredded carrot can be included to the mixture. Offer this... Read More..

About Recipe

Pesalu pakodi, Moong dal vada, Mug dal vadai samuka

How to make Moong Dal pakoda

(26 ratings)
37 reviews so far
Prep time
20 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
35 mins
Moong Dal pakoda
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Moong dal
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : September 01, 2017


Ingredients used in Moong Dal pakoda
• Coriander leaves (chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Curry leaves (chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Green chillis (chopped) - 4 number.
• Salt - to taste.
• Spring onions (chopped) - 1 cup.
• Onion (chopped) - 1 number.
• Moong dal - 2 cup.
• Ginger (chopped) - 1 number.
• Oil - as required.
• Cumin seeds - 1 tea spoon.
Method:
  • Soak moong dal for 1 hour, then blend to a corse.
  • In a bowl add blended moong dal, cumin seeds, onion, chopped ginger, curry leaves, spring onions, salt, crushed green chillis mix well.
  • Take a pan add oil for frying, make small dumplings and add to oil.fry till golden brown colour.

Serve with your favourite Moond dal Vadi with any sauce






Cooking with images Mug dal Mung dal bhajjiya , Moong dal pakodi, Hesare kalu bajji





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Moong dal Vada - There are plenty of various Indian native snacks and appetizers which go through the title vada, a fried delicious snack. Moong dal vada recipe is a crunchy, protein-rich and scrumptious evening tea time snacks made out of whole green lentils and chana dal. For further tastes, chopped curry leaves or coriander leaves or spinach or shredded carrot can be included to the mixture. Offer this vada with coconut chutney or green chutney.

 Who do not enjoy these fried fitters or pakoras on the cold rainy day or winter evening tea time. These vadas are ready during any time and can be loved together with a hot cup of tea or mint chutney. Mung Dal Vada recipe here is made from green moong dal. It's been soaked for several hours prior to making the particular vada.

 Moong Dal Vadas can also be known as pakoras, bhajias or fritters. It is a hot and spicy scrumptious snack crunchy outside and soft inside. Fried Moong dal vada is a preferred delicious treat. This moong dal vadas are been enjoyed in North western section of India like Gujarat and Rajasthan. This vada is extremely simple to make as you need to simply dip the mung dal and that is it. The moong dal vada is going to be prepared very quickly. You may have this moong dal vada as being the evening snack with hot tea or may make when kids return from school.

 This vada is really easy to make that you could make it for kitty party, no matter what way you wish just try out these tasty moong dal vada. They taste merely outstanding.

 Yellow moong dal is used in Indian delicacies frequently so we can make a wide variety of recipes by using this one element. Commonly we make dal which goes nicely together with steamed rice. Or we use moong dal in khichdi. But sometimes you can attempt something totally new with moong dal and then make these delectable moong vada.



 

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251rishi49 Posted on Mon Jul 13 2009

I LOVE IT...

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armolana Posted on Mon Jul 13 2009

wow, its indian falafel.

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Madhuri Lingala Posted on Mon Jul 13 2009

My mom makes them regularly coz its fav for all of us... she adds garlic and no ginger...

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Templarofsteel18 Posted on Mon Jul 13 2009

that looked realy tasty^^

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Mindseeker Posted on Mon Jul 13 2009

Most North Indian Pakodas don't have Curry Leaves in them, or in fact , in most of the recipes. So a home cook can totally avoid the curry leaves if he/she so wishes. Another variation is by adding Chaat Masala and Cumin/Coriander to spice it up

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Nabillahkr Posted on Sun Jul 19 2009

It's good for iftar in holy Ramadan. Thank you!

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Frater Ralph Posted on Sun Sep 27 2009

y yes its so many ways too do it.

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ItsLehcar Posted on Sun Nov 15 2009

is the split green gram the same thing as mongo beans like in the filipino dishes?

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RAINDROP2427 Posted on Thu Feb 04 2010

hey..can i try that with chana dal also...

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Swati V Muley Posted on Fri May 21 2010

That is great recipe...... Thanks a lot...

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lovelyfame Posted on Wed Oct 27 2010

my mom is used to make this vada

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1980girishsharma Posted on Mon Dec 06 2010

nice

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