Thursday, January 24, 2013

Madhur vada / Nalu mani palaharam/ Tea time snack





Recipe  source  Vanitha magazine


Ingredients

1)   Rice flour                      -   1 cup
2)   Maida                           -  1/2 cup
3)    Rava                             -   1/2 cup
4)   Chilli powder                 -    1/2 tsp
5)   Salt as needed
6)   Onion, chopped              - 1 cup
7)  Cumin seeds                   -  1/2 tsp
8)  Green chilli, chopped       - 2 nos
9) Oil for deep frying + 2 tbsp
10)   Curry leaves chopped      - 2 tbsp
11)   Grated coconut                 -  2 tbsp
I2)   Ginger chopped                  -1 piece
13)   Asafoetida                           - 1/4 tsp
14)    Water  as  needed


Method

Mix all  ingredients except water and oil. Heat oil in a pan. Add 2 tbsp of oil to the mixed  ingredients.

Add  some water and mix thoroughly to make a dough (  like chapati dough ) .

Now makes balls out of dough and flatten it with fingers to the size of a vada.

Deep fry this in oil till it gets golden brown in colour.

Delicious madhur vadas are ready.



16 comments:

  1. I had Madur vada on the way to Mysore and just loved it.

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  2. Have tasted this a couple of times, never tried it out, they look perfect..

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  3. looks exactly like masala vadai.. very interesting..

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  4. Oh ji I tasted this long time back, my fav but don't know it name, thks for sharing this recipe, Love the name Nalu mani palaharam :-)

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  5. Nice tea time snack dear. Craving for some

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  6. what lovely and yummy vadas:)
    Love the picture!!

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  7. perfect tea time time snack...love this vada anytime, inviting pics

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  8. I would love to have them hot from kadhai..so crispy

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  9. Love crispy and yummy at the same time.

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  10. Madhur vada njan onnu try cheyyam!

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  11. There was a girl from Maddur in Karnataka used to work in my project & whenever she goes home she brings this vada to all of us. Your vada just reminded me of that.
    Love the majestic looking vadas. Also the ones, my colleague brought used to be very huge. I think at home to save oil, it is better to make it in small round shapes as you have done!!
    Love them!

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