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Amaranth leaves are well known for a high content of protein, fiber and folic acid and Vitamin A. They are recommended for healthy growth and functioning of the body. A stir fry of this green leafy vegetable is a quick and tasty meal to prepare with mild flavors of spices. This is a favorable dish to include in the diet. Vada with Amaranth leaves, onions, chilies are deep fried crispy delicacy perfect to go with tea and coffee.
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Amaranthus and Chana Dal Wada is an awesome healthy and highly nutritious snack recipe that is made mixing freshly chopped Amaranthus (Thotakura leaves/ Chauli), spicy chana dal mixture together, shaped into vada and deep fried until crispy and golden in color. Often we make fritters/ bhajjis with a variety of vegetables easily available at home such as potatoes, eggplant, raw plantain, spinach leaves etc.
This is an amazing variation mixing Bengal gram along with freshly chopped amaranthus leaves giving a very refreshing, earthy and nutty taste on bite. These vada are easy to prepare, taste extremely good with unique flavour and is ideal snack to be served during tea time or as party appetizer. Addition of fennel seeds in the vada enhances the taste and flavour. It also makes you feel light in the stomach.Vada with Amaranth leaves, onions, chillies are deep fried crispy delicacy perfect to go with tea and coffee.
There are many kids who actually hate eating green leafy vegetables. This would be one of the best ways to feed them giving a little twist and variation that would make the dish look tempting, attractive and grab to eat. Amaranthus is commonly known as Thotakura in Telugu, Kuppacheera in Malayamlam and is a popular green veggie that is added to lentils, dals or curries. The green Amaranth leaves and stems are usually used for preparing stir-fry curries or added in soups in countries like China and Vietnam. Amaranth greens are believed to help enhance eyesight.
Amaranth greens are also called as Chinese spinach, are a common leaf vegetable throughout the tropics and in many warm temperate regions. It is very popular in India. They are a very good source of vitamins including vitamin A, vitamin K, vitamin B6, vitamin C, riboflavin, and folate, and dietary minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, copper, and manganese. Because of its valuable nutrition, many farmers grow amaranth today.
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zelez4ever Posted on Mon Oct 06 2014
look some vegetarian meatballs, nice recipe chef !?Reply 0 - Replies
shaik shavali Posted on Wed Oct 15 2014
in my village Rs.10 KE 8 milte hain ye vada in evening times and masala.?Reply 0 - Replies
3rsurrender Posted on Sun Oct 05 2014
hi chef!?Reply 0 - Replies