Wednesday, 15 April 2020

M - Easy Medu Vada Recipe BlogchatterA2Z


Some south Indian dishes are very popular all over India but also in the rest of the world.


Some dishes like  Idli, dosa, and  Medu Vada to name a few.  A Medu Vada is a deep-fried donut-shaped fritter that is eaten as a snack or breakfast dish.  It is eaten with hot Sambar and fresh coconut chutney on the side. 

There is a minimum 4 hours soaking period before the actual preparation of the medu Vada.





Ingredients



1 1/2 cups urad daal
1 piece of grated ginger
5  peppercorns
2  finely chopped green chilies
1 sprig of curry leaves
Salt to taste
Oil for frying





Method



1.  Wash the urad daal and soak the Urad dal for 4 to 6 hours. Add enough water over the dal for it to soak.

2. Now drain the water, add the green chilies, ginger, black peppercorns and curry leaves to the dal.

3. Now grind it to paste in the mixer, just by adding little water.

4. The paste should resemble a thick batter. Now add the salt and mix well.

5. Heat oil in a Kadai.

6. Grease your hands with oil. Take one spoonful of paste on your palm. Shape it into a circle. Poke a hole in it.

7. Now slide each Vada in hot oil. Fry till golden brown in color.
8. Remove them from oil and drain on paper towels.

9. Now serve hot sambhar or freshly made coconut chutney.


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