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Easy to make dish but yet tough to get the right crisp and flavor. A dish that is spoken by many, so enjoyable over tea or an anytime snack.

Another favorite bite with drinks or an excuse to snack on something over drinks. Let’s add a game of Thunee…for those who know an Indian traditional card game that always ends with noise and laughter basically any time is VEDA time… :)


  • Coarse grind the Chana dal

  • 1 stem curry leave very finely chopped

  • Green leaves and other ingredients as detailed in the relevant step below

  • Grind these ingredients together: Jeera 1 x tsp, Dry Chilies x 3, Green chilies x 2

  • Masala x ½ tsp


  • Making the Veda batter - 1 x cup Chana dhal - ½ x cup Pea dhal - 1 x Onion, finely chopped - 1 x tbsp. Fresh Dhania aka coriander chopped - ¾ x tsp Small Jeera - ½ x tsp Baking Powder

  • ¾ x tsp Salt (to taste) Soak the two dhal elements together in hot water overnight

  • Drain excess water and remember to not pat dry

  • Grind the dhal till slightly course and set aside

  • Add all the ingredients for the Veda batter and 3 tsp of the Veda spices

  • Mix everything together until combined

  • Break off a small piece and roll into a ball

  • Flatten slightly in the palm of your hand

  • Deep fry in hot oil on a medium heat until golden brown

  • Remove from the oil and drain on a paper towel

*Let sit to cool prior to serving

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