Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Rava/Semolina Maddur Vada

Maddur Vada is loved by many and it is an easy snack to prepare enjoy your evening snack.
It can be prepared in many ways.  I am a fan of fried eatables. But I make sure it is done in healthy manner. Fried fritters are nice to have with a cup of coffee/tea or even fresh juice.
This Maddur Vada/Vade is prepared using Rava/Semolina, rice flour and wheat flour. Onions, green chilly and curry leaves are added and it has turned crispy and tasty.
These fritters are usually made with rice flour and Maida. (Alpurpose flour). I have used wheat instead of maida and Rava (more quantity) and less rice flour. Maddur Vada has turned crispy and crunchy. You must fry them on low and medium flame to get the crisp.
Eating oily food is not good for health they say. But you can not resist them. Just enjoy a few and work out, walk, dance and shed out the fat. That is what I can suggest.
Muddur Vada can be served as starter, party time, ladies kitty/tea party and you can have them as snack. Shelf life will only a day. (Fresh and fine).
Let us see the recipe Now :

Things Needed :

Rava/Semolina : 1 Cup (Medium sized)
Rice flour : 1/2 Cup
Wheat flour : 2 Tablespoon
Onions : 2 (Medium sized)
Green Chilly : 2 to 3 or more
Cumin Seeds/Jeerige : 1 Teaspoon
Salt : As required
Curry leaves : One Handful
Oil : 1 Cup (To fry)

Method :

1. Put all the flours (Wheat, Rice and Rava/Semolina) in a big bowl.
2. Remove the outer layer of onions and wash it. Cut into small pieces
3. Wash and cut green chilly and curry leaves in to small.
4. Mix all the ingredients nicely. (All flours, salt, chilly, cut onions and jeera).
5. Keep a pan and heat. Add 2 tablespoons of oil and heat. Put this oil on the top of the flours.

6. Mix it slowly and add required water and prepare thick dough.
7. Divide the dough into small ball size.

8. Keep a pan on the fire and heat. Add oil. Let the oil get heated. (On low flame).
9. Take a small size dough and pat it on the palm and let it be palm size.

10. Put slowly the vada you have patted on the palm. Let it fry on low and medium flame.
11. Cook on both sides and remove from the oil. Put them on the kitchen tissue.

12. Repeat the same with remaining dough and prepare Maddur Vadas.

 13. Serve Hot Maddur Vadas with a cup of coffee/Tea/Fresh Juice.
14. Hot Vadas goes well with coconut chutney.

Note :

Let the dough be bit thick. Add rice flour if necessary. Adding more chilly is optional. Adding hot oil is optional. You can add butter instead of hot oil.
Time : 30 minutes
Serves : According to your servings : 20 Vadas can be prepared.

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