After my post on Kadala parippu Cake,here's another recipe with kadala parippu(Chickpeas)...again something sweet.And again a Malabar Special.You can check my other recipes of Malabar special Adas...Kaayada,Irachi Ada..etc specially prepared during the month of Ramadan.This Ada is made with a filling of Cooked Split Chick peas(Kadalaparippu),sugar and Coconut.Now coming to the recipe
For the filling
Cooked Split Chick peas/Kadala parippu /Chana dal 2 cups
Coconut grated 2 cups
Sugar 1/2 cup
Cardamom powder 1/2 tsp
Oil for deep frying
For the dough
APF/Maida 2 cups
Water 3/4 cup
Salt as needed
-Coarsely grind the cooked dal and keep aside*.
-In a heavy bottomed or a non stick pan add the coconut and sugar and keep on medium flame.Keep stirring till the sugar dissolves and mixes well with the coconut.
-Add the cardamom powder and dal (kadala parippu)*.Cook for two minutes till everything gets mixed properly.Remove from stove top and let it cool.
-Now prepare a smooth,non sticky dough using the flour water and salt.
-Pinch out and make small balls from the dough.
-Flatten each ball into small circular shapes,add 1 or 2 tbsp of filling on one side and cover it with the other side sealing the ends making a pattern on the edges using your fingers (see the image below)
-Do the similar way to rest of the dough and the sweet filling.
-Heat oil in a kadayi and deep fry these Adas till golden brown.
Hey Ruxana,ada looks really tasty.Hope u are having a good time there cooking and serving.ReplyDelete
these fried ada look really delicious, yummm :-)ReplyDelete
Tempting cute Ada . Love itReplyDelete
Delicious Ada Ruxana...ReplyDelete
So perfectly done ! they look tempting...ReplyDelete
looks soo perfect dear.. Crispy crunchy ada !ReplyDelete
Perfect Puris :)ReplyDelete
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a new form of north indian gujiya......i cooked it on this sunday...every body liked it.ReplyDelete
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Nice version of Karanji.....sweet or savoury, these are a delight in any form...ReplyDelete
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Can't say no to this..tempting yummy snack.ReplyDelete
Looks Yummy. . . :)ReplyDelete
hi,ruxana Eid Mubarak.....have a nice day.ReplyDelete
Thank u dear :)Delete
Yummy and mouth-watering recipe.. Can't resist these Ruxana :-)ReplyDelete
yummy snack for any time with a cup of tea!ReplyDelete
yummy snack.. nice snackReplyDelete
wow...really very delicious luking cuites and also mouthwatering.ReplyDelete
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