Maddur Vada (A Karnataka speciality)
| Maddur Vada is one of those special snacks
that is delicious and easy to prepare. It
originates from the city of Maddur in
Karnataka. The Maddur vada is so popular
that is sold in the Maddur railway station
and the vendors always seem to run out of
stock after a train departs. Travellers by
cars and trucks make it a point to stop
at "Maddur Tiffany's" where Maddur vada is
served hot with Cocunut Chutney and Sambar.
|List of ingredients:|
|1 ||cup ||rice flour ||
|1 ||cup ||maida or all purpose flour ||
|1 ||cup ||rava or semolina ||
|3 ||tbsp ||melted butter or margarine ||
|1 ||cup ||finely chopped onions ||
|2 ||tbsp ||finely chopped coriander leaves (cilantro) ||
|1 ||tbsp ||finely chopped curry leaves ||
|5 ||in number ||finely chopped green chillies ||
|2 ||tsp ||salt (or to taste) ||
|3 ||cups ||oil for deep frying ||
Step 1: In a mixing bowl put the rice flour, maida, rava, salt and ghee or butter and mix
Step 2: Add the onions. cilantro, curry leaves and chillies and mix with water to make a
Step 3: Take a golf size ball of this mixture and flatten on your hand (apply a little oil
over your hand before you do this)
or a greased plastic sheet.
Step 4: Drop into hot oil and deep fry until golden brown.
Step 5: Serve hot with cocunut chutney and/or sambar.
|Stays fresh for a day. Seal a tight container.|
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