Maddur vada


1 cup roasted rava
1 cup rice flour
3/4 cup all purpose flour
1 big onion chopped
Finely chopped green chilli
Few curry leaves
Bit of asafoetida
Salt to taste
Pinch of cooking soda
Oil to fry

Mix all the ingredients well and sprinkle some water to make it a dough. Make small balls of it and flatten them by patting with hands. Spread little oil in hands if required to prevent it from sticking.

Deep fry the vadas in hot oil till golden brown and crisp. Serve immediately with chutney and sambar.
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Happy cook said...

I think this is the vada you can buy in railway tations too as i remember eating them in the train trips.
Didn't know they were made with rawa.
Looks really yummy.

sandeep said...

Does Quickgun Murugan like maddur vada or vada pav??

meeso said...

I like these as they don't require soaking and grinding!

Lena Rashmin Raj said...

i havnt tasted this vada....this looks perfect in color and shape..real yumm.. :) surely i will try this..

Kalai said...

My husband's told me all about these... Will have to try making them for him! They look great! :)

Ammu said...

Wow! looks crispy and crunchy.

Superchef said...

looks simply delicious!!

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