Thursday, September 22, 2016

Maddur Vada



It's a bit cold and gloomy may be it might rain today and this snack what I am posting today is one of my fav tea time snack and perfect for this weather sipping hot coffee ...Maddur vada this is spicy , crispy tea time snack which needs no introduction which is quiet similar to Nippat which I have posted earlier the only difference here is onions being used here which gives such a lovely taste of fried onion when you take a bite ...if you love the flavour of fried onion then you def need to try this spicy and crispy delight. If you did find this recipe amazing pls do leave in your feedback and comments would love to read them :)....So without any delay here goes the recipe for Maddur vada

Ingredients 

1 cup Rice flour

1/2 cup maida

1/2 cup Semolina (rawa / Sooji )

5-6 green chillies (finely minced)

1/4 tsp red chilli powder

2 tbsp chopped coriander leaves

2 med sized onion (finely chopped)

4 sprigs of curry leaves (finely chopped)

2 tbsp black til ( opt) ( I use as it gives a very good flavour)

3 tbsp oil (heat up to the smoking point ) + oil for deep frying 

water to bind it into a dough

salt to taste 

Method 
  • In a wide bowl add in maida, semolina, green chllies, coriander leaves, rice flour, chopped curry leaves, onion , til salt, red chilli powder and keep aside.
  • Heat 2 tbsp oil to a smoking point then pour over the mix then add in little by little water to bind it into a semi smooth dough like the one shown in the picture below 


  • Take a butter paper or any plastic sheet smear it well with oil then pinch out a small portion of the dough pat it evenly to shape it round and flat .
  • Deep fry in oil till it becomes golden and crispy. You can store it up to 3 days . Enjoy with a hot cup of coffee :D