To begin with, are you bored of plain old curd or looking for ways to step up your raita game a bit? Well, in that case, I’d suggest next time you have a gathering of family and friends for a meal, make this lip-smacking delicious Dahi Vada recipe. Dahi Vada is essentially fried dumplings of sorts made out of urad lentil. Plus, when dipped in herbed curd and topped with tangy Imli and Mint Chutney, some bhujia, chaat masala and pomegranate or anar, it is nothing short of a treat.
Commonly, in North India, it is made during festivals or any family gatherings. Also, another version of it is called Dahi Bhalla which is very popular street food in India. Further, this Dahi Bhalla recipe need a little bit of prior preparation which includes preparation of both Imli chutney and Mint-Coriander Chutney. Also, before you assemble the whole thing together, fry the vadasand then soak them in water or 20-25 minutes. Check the instructions for a detailed step by step Dahi Vada recipe.
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