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Saturday, July 24, 2010

Maddur Vada

Ingredients:
2 cups Rice flour
3/4 cup Semolina / Bombay Rava / Sanna Sajjige
1/2 cup All Purpose flour
6 - 7 Green Chillies
1 - 2 medium sized Onion
15 - 20 Curry leaves
3/4 - 1 tsp Chilly powder
Big pinch of Asafoetida powder
1/3 cup of crushed roasted Peanuts
Oil

Recipe:
Dry roast the semolina in medium high flame for about 5 mins until it starts giving nice aroma. Keep it aside for about 30 mins.

Chop green chillies, curry leaves and onion into small pieces as shown in the picture below.

Add roasted semolina, rice flour, all purpose flour, salt, chilly powder, crushed roasted peanuts and asafoetida powder in a vessel. Add 2-3 tsp hot oil and mix them well. Add chopped green chillies, curry leaves, onion and mix them well by adding sufficient amount of water. Don't make the dough too thin.

Take one thick plastic sheet, put 1 tsp of oil and spread it over the sheet. Take little amount of dough and make a lemon sized ball as shown in the picture below.

Pat it over the sheet as shown in the picture below.


Keep oil in a thick bottomed vessel and heat it. Take each patted Maddur Vada and slowly drop it into oil. Fry both the sides of Maddur Vada till it turns light golden in colour.

Serve hot along with coconut chutney. The above mentioned ingredients will serve around 15 Maddur Vadas.

8 comments:

Chitra said...

I have heard abt this.But never tried..have bookmarked urs .will try for sure :)

AshKuku said...

Way too perfect vadas..... Loved the illustrious instructions..... Very tempting & as said perfectly prepared..... Kudos!!!!

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

kitchen queen said...

Tempting and crispy vada.Please parcel me some soon.

ಸಾಗರದಾಚೆಯ ಇಂಚರ said...

yummmyyyyyy

dhanu said...

hello Krishnaveni, you have a nice way of doing things perfectly,....nice picture, which is self explanatory. Just scroll the pics....its clear. Very well done. I just loved it. Keep posting

Ashwini said...

hi..love to read your blog.I really appreciate your patience towards cooking.keep posting!

Anonymous said...

Very nice post. Nice pictures. Hey why dont you upload this picture of maddur vada on wikipedia. There is an article called 'vada' in wikipedia. I have written in the categories of vada our karnataka's special maddur vada. In wiki we can only upload our own pictures so am asking you as it looks awesome. If you are interested and get any free time do upload it on wiki.
Thanks

Soumya Suryanarayana said...

Hi.. Just tried ur recipe.. Came out awesome.. Thanks a ton!!.. Will surely try more of ur recipes.. :)