Nov 20, 2008

MADDUR VADE

A uniqe snack from Karnataka,Maddur a place which is in Mandya district of Karnataka state.Maddur lies in between the cities of Bangalore and Mysore.If you go by train or bus from Bangalore to mysore can get this vade on stops in small tea shopes.when I had this vade first time in maddur it self in a small hotel than I gon in side the kitchen of that hotel and got the recipe from that cook ( this is my habit if i like the food where ever I eat i try to take the recipe from the same cook or chef if possible),and from that time this crunchy snack became a fav. in my home.

INGREDIENTS:----
1/2 cup --- semolina (upma rava)
1/2 cup -- rice flour
1/2 cup maida/all purpose flour
5 ----green chillies chopped
2----- onions chopped
2 tab sp----coriander leaves chopped
a few curry leaves chopped
3 tab sp --- melted ghee
1 tea sp ---salt
oil for deep frying
METHOD:----
Mix all above ingredients with melted ghee and little water to make a stiff dough.
Take a plantain leaf piece or any thing that you can flatten vade on it .
Make small balls of the dough and flaten on the leaf like masala vade(if you want to make them thin you can do that will stay for some time but if you make them like masalavade they won't stay for long).
Heat oil in a deep frying pan and fry the vade 5-6 at a time till golden colour
Remove and serve hot or cool with coconut chutney.

22 comments:

Smitha said...

Oh yes.. Maddur vade! Now so much more significant..my parents live in Maddur!

LG said...

Perfecto! I simply adore MV's. I am all drooling here :)

sowmya said...

i love them and always have them during my train journeys fron b'lore to mysore..have one in my blog too..yours look yumm..

Madhu said...

I never miss a chance, always eat them while travelling from mys to blr. looks yummy.. pass me some :)

Priya said...

Wow wat a crispy vadas...looks delicious...

DEESHA said...

thatz looks perfect

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow yummy vada. Once i tasted this in Bannergatta zoo park.

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. nice entry..

Roopa said...

I think you are like except I have almost wanted to approach the chef there, but hesitated thinking if they would refuse to share the recipe:) Thanks for sharing this recipe, i have heard of these vadas, but never got a chance to eat.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

I have never heard of this vada its thin and has a great texture... its ofcourse very simple to make and a perfect snack...

G.Pavani said...

ooh..it sounds new to me but it looks yummy n mouthwatering

Priti said...

Looks perfect..19 days over..phew..wonderful gal

Medhaa said...

oh my every time we would pass maddur we would have these, will try these today

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

man.. they looks just tooooooo goood.

Curry Leaf said...

Lovely and they look crisp.I too make them sometimes,but mine turn out thick and bit soft.I do not flatten them as u did.Next time I will do so.Lovely and very good evening snack

Sagari said...

maddhur vade looks delecioussss rekha

Usha said...

Looks really tempting...

karuna said...

i rem we use to get moong dal vads in kolkatta. something similar to tht. looks temepting

Medhaa said...

I made these today they came out perfect. Thank you

raaji said...

even we make this rekha..i love them...and at the same time miss them

Uj said...

Maddur Vade.. its been ages since I had it.. Looks crispy and yummy

Anonymous said...

I tried Maddur vade. It came out well.Thanks for the recipe.
your blog is very interesting.
Please keep posting more recipes.


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