Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore. | How to make Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.

By Affaf Ali  |  20th Nov 2015  |  
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  • Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore., How to make Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.
Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.by Affaf Ali
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About Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore. Recipe

Ganji is kind of soup had for iftar, usually prepared during the holy month of fasting - Ramadan. It's light and nutritious, prepared with rice and moong dal granules known as 'kanki'. Kanki can be made in advance in large quantity. Ganji can be made in both veg and non -veg versions. Both taste equally good. Ganji is best enjoyed with mash ke vade(Urad dal vada). One of my favourite dishes with loads of mint leaves which gives a soothing aroma.

Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.

Ingredients to make Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.

  • onion - 1
  • tomato - 1
  • cinnamon cardamon clove (c+c+c) - 1each
  • Kanki - 5tspn
  • ginger garlic paste - 1/2tspn
  • Mutton mince(keema) - 100grams
  • green chilly - 1
  • mint leaves - handful
  • red chilly powder - 1/4tspn
  • salt - according to taste
  • water - 4cups
  • Kanki Recipe:
  • rice - 1cup
  • moong dal - 1/3rd cup

How to make Ganji and Mash ke Vade' - popular dish from Bangalore.

  1. In a cooker take some oil, once heated add c+c+c, onion slices and green chilly. Fry till onions turn light golden colour.
  2. Add ginger garlic paste, saute for a minute. Add keema and fry well.
  3. Add tomato cubes. Fry till tomatoes get soft. Add salt and chilly powder, Kanki. Fry for few seconds. Add fine slices of pudina and water.
  4. Check for spices and add accordingly.
  5. Cook for 4 whistles.
  6. Serve hot with mash ke vade.
  7. Kanki Recipe
  8. Grind rice and moong dal separately in a mixer grinder on pulse mode for few seconds. Kanki must be coarse. Sieve till you get even size granules.

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