Saturday, April 26, 2008

Uddi Vada


Ingredients

2 cups urad dal
3 green chillis
1 inch ginger
1/4 cup fresh and small coconut pieces (optional)
1/2 cup chopped onions
pinch of baking soda
salt
OIL for deep frying
Parchment paper or ziplock cover to make vadas


Method
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Soak urad dal for 4 to 5 hours
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Grind soaked urad dal to a thick batter along with ginger and green chillis With out adding water
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Add salt, baking soda, coconut pieces, chopped onions Mix everything
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Heat oil in a pan ,shape the vadas on a parchment paper or any cover, FRY on a medium heat untill golden color
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Drain on a paper towel
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DONE serve hot with coconut chutney and sambar

31 comments:

notyet100 said...

feel like eating..straight from the com,..looks yummy...crispy and crunchy

Medhaa said...

I love these, they look so yummy and crisp. Thanks for sharing

Rachel said...

I love this soaked in sambar :)

Uma said...

Mmm. the vada looks so delicious, sagari!

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zlamushka said...

Wonderful wadas. I ve never made any nor recall eating any. How do you girls make that little hole in all of them? Look like tiny doughnuts :-)

Cham said...

Sambar vadas re our favorite. looks crisp and yum:)

kamala said...

vadas look crisp...Thanks for sharing

Divya Vikram said...

they look delicious..Would love to have them with coconut chutney

Red Chillies said...

Looks so beautiful, yummy and ctunchy!

ANJALI J. said...

vada's color is so beautiful. i too made udin vada yesterday. but couldnt make the vadas with the hole :( so my udin vadas look just like batata vada :D will post it next week.

Annu said...

Mouthwatering......looks like to grab on:-)

sashree said...

Nice vada sagari..gr8 pics too

Arundathi said...

Yeah - how do you make the hole in the vadas?

Gaurav said...

looks good ...making me feel hungry. Absolutely crisp and fresh out of the wok.

kamala said...

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easycrafts said...

Looks so crispy and tempting

meeso said...

I love these, they look awesome!

Miri said...

Sigh - my nemesis for the past 10 years - I try for every festival to make wadas and they let me down every single time!! I am not able to shape them and get the hole - without which of course they arent true medu wadas!

Thanks for the recipe - will try this once again!

Annu said...

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bhags said...

vadas look very sumptuous

Pearlsofeast said...

wow nice vadas,they look so great.

Kumudha said...

Such wonderful vadas. Thanks for the sharing the recipe!

AnuZi said...

Ooooo Vadaa sambhar is a combination that brings back memories of lazy Sundays in Mysore. My sis and I would fight over who got the biggest vadaa and then my dad would settle it by popping it in his mouth. Come to think of it....he owes me like 50 vadaas!! Great recipe Saagari

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is my fav... Urs looks prefect and YUMMY!.... Nice to see the crispy vada...

Homecooked said...

These look so delicious and yummy!

Kalai said...

I love the addition of coconut! Looks so delicious and crispy!!

Madhavi said...

Vada looks awesome, crispy and yummmmmm :))

Lissie said...

the vadas are so tempting... i love them!

Prema Sundar said...

vadais look crispy and tempts me to take a bite.
I love urad vadai, but it came out a bit hard for me for the past 2 times..
Loved ur set dosa and veg curry too.

Prema Sundar said...

vadais look crispy and tempts me to take a bite.
I love urad vadai, but it came out a bit hard for me for the past 2 times..
Loved ur set dosa and veg curry too.

Pravs said...

lovely vadas !