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READY IN 20 Minutes
Ingredients
to make Parippu Vada (Dal Vada)
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    Directions
    to make Parippu Vada (Dal Vada)
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  • 1)Wash and soak dal separately for four hours.
  • 2)Drain the dals in a colandar for 1 hour. There should be hardly any water left on the dal. If the dal is too wet, the vada will break apart.
  • 3)Pat the dal dry with a paper towel.
  • 4)With a food processor, the grinding will be easy. Grind the dals separately and make a paste.
  • 5)In the last portion of your grinding (if you have a food processor), add the onions, ginger and curry leaves, so they get minced further.
  • 6)Mix well the whole mixture.
  • 7)Add asoefetida powder, salt and powdered red pepper for taste.
  • 8)Shape into patties and deep fry till Parippu Vada (Dal Vada) become golden brown.
  • :- Parippu Vada (Dal Vada) is ready.
  • :- Serve Parippu Vada (Dal Vada) with coconut chutney.

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    Skaria Pothen
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    Hi.. the recipe is in general fine, but I think it will be even better to use a meat grinder to grind the soaked dal instead of using the food processor. Also instead of using red chilli powder it might be better to use red dried chillies which when fried gives out a special flavour and taste.
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    Rinsa
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    Really gr8tt recipe...my first try of making parripu vada...and it became awesomee..thanks a lot...
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    sreelakshmi
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    Thanks for the recipe..
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    mumthaslulu
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    welcome for more items
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    Ammu
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    I used split peas instead of both dals and it turned out to be excellent. Looks like I`ll be making parippu vada more frequently now. Thanks a lot.
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    pp
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    masoor dal is the orange dal
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    soniya
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    my husband is a fan of parippuvada, finally I could please him. Now he ask me to make it every weekend .. Thanks
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    nisha
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    yummy!!
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    Mathews
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    Very good recipe. Suggestion: two dried red chillies, soaked and ground with the dals in place of red chilli powder gives the vada a true kerala taste.
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    lakshmi
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    hey gud one but can me made a little more spicy.......
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    esther
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    very good recipe.came out well.thanks ®ards.
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    toni
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    this is a very good recipe
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    M. Nandakumar
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    Can enhance the taste and flavour by adding a few minced corriander+curry leaves
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    Mini
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    great recipe...easy and simple thanks!!
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    Dhanya Hari
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    Thanks for the recipe..
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    smitha
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    Why not try with chana dal instead of red gram and masoor dals? And with the onions and others put 5-6 black pepper corns, it adds to the taste.
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    Heena
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    thanks
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    Ani
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    use Kadalaparippu(Chanadal)insted of both dals.. Great.....
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    nimmy
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    good recipe. but can be improved
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    Jessie
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    u can replace both the dals with chana dal
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    k saj
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    I think its nice, but let me try it.. after that i will say..
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    Raju
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    how to "as required" pls spec correct amount thanks
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    asha
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    Instead of saying "as required" can you specify some amount? This did not help me at all.
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    jisha bose
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    I used blackchanna instead of masoordal.Finally it became ullivada coz it was made into a paste.so please dontt make it into a paste.just crush it without adding water.
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    reeny
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    Please avoide masoor dal.
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    Smitha
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    Hi Friend, For Parippuvada FYI, we use Bengal Gram ( Kadalaparippu) instead of Red Gram (Thovaraparippu)
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    blabla
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    shud add 2 green chillies chopped,few mint leaves chopped and 1/4 tsp of garam masala powder to this...it will b gr8 if u add these
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    jaanam
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    hi,someone pls tell me what is this masoor dal?
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