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Happy Holi with Dahi Vada, palak panner with parata

Happy Holi with Dahi Vada, palak panner with parata



W
ish you all colourful and joyful Holi....


It's not much of Holi here in SG, though now a days lot of events are organized for Holi get-together. This is our first Hoii ;) and am composing this post...funny isn't it. It's more like wishing people in the blog world for festival than in real :).......

So come back to Holi ....it's been ages since I played Holi....wish the breakthrough comes soon...

Today the recipe is simple ones...Dahi Vada, Palak Panner with instant parata.

For Dahi Vada

Urad Dal/Black Gram Lentil - 1 cup
Oil - for deep frying
Salt - to taste
Curd/yogurt - 2 cup (beaten)

For tempering:
Dry red chili - 3-4
Green chilli - 2-4 (chopped)
Curry leaves - few
Jeera/Cumin powder - 1tps
Method:

1. Soak washed urad/black gram dal over night. Wash again the dal and grind into smooth paste in mixi without any water. Add salt or 1tps of water if required.

2. Transfer the paste into a bowl and beat it with hand. Add salt per taste.

3. Take small portion of it and give desire shape. You can use plastic sheet to make shapes.


4. Deep fry in oil until golen brown. This can be server as deliciosu snack.


4.a Add some chopped onion and green chili to dal paste and deep fry them to make it as snack.


5. Soak the fried vadas in warm water for 3-4 mins.

6. Meanwhile whisk the curd add salt. Remove the vadas from water and soak it in curd.

7. Top it up with tempering of dry red chili, green chili and curry leave in little oil. Garnish with cumin powder.



Also made Palak Paneer, for recipe click here


And here is Kedar's plate.


All these goes to FestiveFood: Holi Hai event hosted by dear Purva


And sending Vada and Dahi Vada to Ashwini's Lentils Mela

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53 comments:

  1. Wish u the same.
    I used to eat a lot of dahi vadas when i was pregnant.My friend used to do it for me.Ur vada made me to call my friend.

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  2. Happy Holi, dear. Your vadas are shaped perfect! I can never get that shape.

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  3. Perfect Vada's Priti..:)..yummy platter..:)

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  4. Holi Mubarak ho! Dahi vada :D can I come over? rakhna mere liye..

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  5. Thanks gal :)

    @LG,ofcoz kabi bi aa jau

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  6. Happy Holi Priti...Send me that plate, its really inviting...will die for palak paneer:)...

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  7. Happy Holi Priti!! Nice Collection of Recipes on your Blog. :)

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  8. Thanks for ur comments Priti! Happy Holi!

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  9. happy holi dear...lovely vada and palak panner...

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  10. happy holi priti!
    dahi vada looking so good!

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  11. Happy Holi to you priti dahivada looks so delicious samepinch i also made dahivada to day

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  12. Nice Dahi Vada and tempting Palak Paneer.

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  13. wow..the dahi vada looks perfect..and so does the palak paneer..you are making me more hungry...happy holi..

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  14. Happy Holi to you too. great array of yummy food there, enjoy! :)

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  15. Happy Holi there! Dahi Vadas are comfort food no? :D

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  16. Happy Holi Priti. Dahi vada looks very dtempting.

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  17. Happy holi deaar. Dahi vadas look yummy.

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  18. lovely post,,wish u happy holi,..

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  19. Happy holi looks like you are having a party ther with all this delicious food.

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  20. happy holi..dahi vada looks yummy.

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  21. Happy Holy! Looks delicous the vada :)

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  22. Happy Holi..Yummy dishes..Perfect vadas..

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  23. Happy Holi Priti!Dahi vadas look yummy.palak panner looks delicious dear.I have something for u in my blog. Pls accept& trail back to my blog.

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  24. Lovely platter Priti...Happy Holi.

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  25. Nice festival food there! Happy Holi! :)

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  26. Vadas are looking perfect..I do the dahi vada same way but never soaked in water I directly dip them in curd..Is this a tip..Just curious..

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  27. mouthwatering platter...looks great...

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  28. Wow superb recipes. Love the platter....Looks yum.

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  29. Glad that the post was useful.Reg the settings : The ISO settings can be adjusted under Menu>Camera menu and the aperture settings can be done in aperture priority mode and am not aware of the shutterspeed setting as mine doesnt allow manual settings :(

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  30. The platter looks delicious! Truly a festive spread.

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  31. holi with dahi wadas. now that how the festivals should be celebrated :)

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  32. Yummy holi platter.love the palak paneer

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  33. Yummy! looks perfect and delicious. There is something waiting for u in my blog.

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  34. Very delicious :)Happy holi pree :)

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  35. Happy holi!!
    The platter looks yum..Dahi wada is my all time fav.Palak paneer looks delicious.

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  36. Awesome Dahi vade,so suitable for festive occasion.The palak paneer and parthas got me hungry here:)

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  37. vadas really too gud..mouthwatering preeti!!Even i do have this version of vadas in my blog..check my blog when u find time!!

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  38. Everything looks tempting, feel like grabbing Kedar's plate. This was ur first Holi after ur marriage, hope u had enjoyed to the fullest. :)

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  39. Dahi vada looks gorgeous .. Hope you had a great Holi

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  40. Everything looks too good, please pass the plate to me, ha ha. Nice recipes dear. Love them.

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  41. Hi preethi.........wow you sure have a fan following lady........thanks for stopping by . Im new to this space so can really do with all the encouragement I can get........Id like to make one suggestion to your paalak paneer......dont add adhrak and red chilli powder......this changes the color of the paalak to make it look brownish green.........also a must to preserve the green color is that once you blanch the leaves make sure to run them through cold water.....Another trick to keep the paalak lookin green..............

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  42. Looks lovely! Pass me that day, would love to have that! :-) Delicious!

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  43. Thanks for the comment! I looked threw some of your recipes and yumo! Have a good wkend!

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  44. Delicious spread of food. i love dahi vada.

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  45. wow! Priti u have a nice blog ...i love dahi vada :)looks yummy ..Thanks for stopping by:) keep visiting

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  46. Hi Priti, Dahi wada ka jawab nahin. 1 plate mere liye bhi...Happy holi

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  47. Wow what a lovely platter. Wish u a Happy holi, the first Holi after marriage. The Dahi wada looks so yummy so does the palak paneer.

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  48. Happy holi..:) and that platter looks good.. I made vada too but made it indo rasa vad later..:D

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