Maddur Vada – Masala Puri

Maddur Vada – Masala Puri

Prep.15 min., Cooking time 15 min., Qty. 4 Plates

Ingredients:

Rice Flour                                            ½ cup

Semolina                                             ¼ cup

Refined White Wheat Flour                 ½ cup

(Maida)

Oil                                                        5 tbsp

Mustard Seeds                                    1 ts

Skinned and Split Black Gram            1 tbsp

Skinned and Split roasted Gram         1 tbsp

Asafoetida Powder                              Pinch

Curry Leaves chopped                        1 tbsp

Garlic chopped small                          1 ts

Onion Chopped small                         ½ cup

Green Chilli chopped small                 1 tbsp

Salt to taste

Oil to deep fry

 

Method:

Heat Oil in a pan. Add Mustard Seeds, Asafoetida Powder and chopped Curry Leaves. When spluttered, add small chopped Onion, Green Chilli and Garlic. When partially fried, add Skinned and Split Black Gram, Skinned and Split Roasted Gram. Stir it while frying on medium flame. When fried, remove the pan from the flame.

 

Take Rice Flour in a bowl. Add Semolina, Refined White Wheat Flour, Salt and prepared Tempering. Mix well and knead stiff dough.

 

Take small lump of prepared dough. Make a ball of it. Roll it on a rolling board like a small Puri. If needed, use dry Refined White Wheat Flour on rolling board and rolling stick to avoid sticking while rolling.

 

Heat Oil to deep fry. Deep Fry prepared Vada on medium flame to dark brownish.

 

Serve Hot with Coconut Chutney.

 

Enjoy Crunchy and Munchy Maddur Vada…

3 Comments

  • Prakashkumar

    October 1, 2018 at 5:34 PM Reply

    Ma’am
    I’m one of the biggest fan of your recipes. I’ve studied each and every recipe of yours in detail.

    But unfortunately, I don’t know cooking but I’m a gourmet.

    You have suggested to serve maddur vada with coconut chutney but in the photo it seems it is with tea.

    So, with what it tastes better.

    Please advise.

    Thanks.

    • Krishna Kotecha

      January 5, 2019 at 8:01 PM Reply

      Hello ;
      I appreciate your interest in cooking.
      yes traditionally Maddur Vada serve with coconut chutney .
      but it also goes well with tea so i serve it with tea .
      thank you for visiting website
      keep it up and share recipes with your friends also.
      keep sharing your feedback ….

  • Rinku Lakhani

    August 28, 2018 at 1:21 PM Reply

    Very nice👌👌n diff
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