Gujarat na daal Vada became famous from the Dal vada street vendors outside the Gujarat College in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat state.

Mostly every collegian passes their free time at those vada stall and snacking on those irresistible vadas. If you are passing by from there, the frying vada smells tempts you to buy those vadas, just wrapped in old newspaper.









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Gujarat Na Daal Vada

prep time: 7 hour and 15 minscook time: 30 minstotal time: 7 hours and 45 mins
Irresistible Gujarati snack food made with mixed lentils and served with fried green chillies!

ingredients:

1 cup  split yellow moong daal
1 cup  split green moong daal
Salt to taste
10-12 fresh green chillies
2" fresh ginger
6-8 cloves garlic
Pinch of baking soda
Oil for deep fry
More green chillies to serve
One medium onion chopped to serve

instructions:

Clean, wash and soak both daals together for 6-7 hours or overnight.
In the morning once again wash daal in clean water and throw away water.
Place both daal in a grinder and grind daal to the coarse mixture with chillies, garlic and ginger with very little water. Make sure mixture is not runny.
Now add salt and soda and mix everything.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Take a spoonful of mixture and drop it in a hot oil, fry vada on a medium to low heat till vadas are light brown.
Vada should be crispy outside and soft inside.
Fry green chillies in oil and sprinkle a little salt on them.
Serve hot vada with fried green chillies and chopped onion.
You won't need any type of chutney or dip with this Gujarat na vada.
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