Friday, February 1, 2008

Kothimbir Vadi.


Ingredients :
1 Cup Chana Dal (Soaked for Minimum 8 hrs) ,
3/4 cup Chopped Coriander / Cilantro ,
1/2 tspn ginger garlic paste ,
Salt to taste , 1 tspn green chilly paste , 1/2 tsp baking soda
2 pinch turmeric , 1/2 tspn sesame seeds , 1/4 tspn cumin seeds

Procedure :
Grind the soaked chana dal in the blender to form a fine paste. Use minimal amount of water to grind. Mix the paste + chopped coriander + ginger-garlic paste + baking soda + chilly paste + Salt + turmeric powder + sesame seeds + cumin seeds together. Cook the bater in a double boiler using a flat pan (On high heat for about 25 mins).

Let the vadis cool to room tempreture .Cut the Vadi into blocks of reasonable size .

Deep fry and serve hot and crisp with green/Imli Chutney.
Double boiler is a simple arrangement to cook food. Heat water (approximately 2 cups) in a big vessel ... Add the food content in a smaller utensil Place the small container in the bigger. Cover the bigger one with a lid so that the steam does not escape ...

Its almost similar to the cooking technique in a cooker ... Only difference is that this ones without pressure ...


Simone said...

Mmmm, those look delicious, I am definitely going to try this recipe..Love the blog so far too.

priyaanil said...

swati darling...can u pls explain what this double boiler is and where can i get it :)

manasi said...

Swati can we cook it in the pressure cooker without the whistle ?

Swati said...

Hey Manasi ,

Thankyou for your interest
Sure you can use a pressure cooker without the whistle. It is the same technique of using steam to cook. However make it doesn't get overcooked as it may fall apart if it gets dry.

Hope this helps.Let me know if you like it after you make.

Regards ,

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