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Baya Kyaw (chickpea fritters)
Today’s fritters are from Burmese Cuisine. Burmese includes dishes from various regions of the Southeast Asian country Burma which is now known as Myanmar. Burmese Cuisine is influenced by Indian, Chinese and Thai Cuisine.
Baya kyaw is a popular snack found in Burma. These are simple to make and very tasty. These crispy fritters are made with Yellow Split Peas paste with some simple spices. These look and taste some what similar to Indian Masala Vada which are also made of lentils. Baya Kyaw are served with red chili sauce or Tamarind sauce.