Vada Pav


Ingredients (Translation)

1 pack Pav
1/4 kg boiled potatoes
2 tsp oil for cooking and more to fry
1/2 tsp mustard seeds
Few curry leaves
Green chillies as per taste
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
Finely chopped coriander leaves
1/2 tsp lemon syrup
1 cup bengalgram flour (besan)
2 tbsp rice flour
1/2 tsp red chilli powder
Bit of asafoetida
Salt as per taste
Green chutney
Sweet Chutney

Heat oil, add mustard. When it splutters, add green chillies, turmeric, curry leaves and boiled mashed potatoes. Add salt and cook for 2 minutes. Add lemon juice and finely chopped coriander leaves. Make balls of these.

Make a thick batter of bengalgram flour, rice flour, salt, asafoetida and red chilli powder. Heat oil, dip the potato balls in the batter and deep fry till golden brown all over.

Cut the pav into half only on three sides and spread green chutney on one side and sweet chutney on other. Keep the vadas in between and serve hot.

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11 comments:

Rajitha said...

what are you doing girll...i am drooling here..so yummy!!

vimmi said...

I make it exactly the same. They look delish.

Seema Bhat said...

Vada pav makes my mouth water. Street foods are always the best. Nice one buddy.

Namratha said...

Wowweeee Vada Pav, that's the next fav snack after pav bhaji..yummy!

Happy cook said...

Wow when the pic popped up i wanted to take a huge bite from it.
Looks super delicious

Mansi Desai said...

I ahve to admit I started eating more vada paav after coming to US than I did in india, thanks to my husband's love for them:)

nice job there with the recipe girl!

Mansi Desai said...

I ahve to admit I started eating more vada paav after coming to US than I did in india, thanks to my husband's love for them:)

nice job there with the recipe girl!

RAKS KITCHEN said...

I hav heard abt vada pav in restaurants...looking first time here!Lovely!

Shella said...

You know what I've nver had vada pav, but your pic makes me drool. I wanna taste them right now.

Laavanya said...

I've tasted this during a train trip and it was so good. Yours looks so good and is tempting me!

easycrafts said...

@ Rajitha and vimmi...thanks for ur comments

@ Seema...i too like it from the roadside vendor more than from restaurants

@ Namratha...for me, it would be difficult to chose between vada pav and pav bhaji.

@ Happy cook...u neednt have a bite, u can have the entire one dear

@ Mansi...i can have it anytime, any number of days.i am mad for it

@ raks kitchen...its is famous snack and my favourite too, i buy them at times in restaurants too, try it out

@ Shella...u can have them now.u will surely love them

@ Lavanya...it is best available in maharashtra, especially roadside vendors

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