Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Rava Vade


Ingredients :

1. Half a cup or roughly 100 gms of semolina.
2. Half a cup of yoghurt.
3. One tsp each of chopped green chillies and corriander leaves.
4. One small onion chopped.
5. 1/2 tsp baking soda
6. Salt to taste.

Method :

1. Roast the semolina taking care that it doesn't change colour for two minutes.
2. Remove from heat and mix in the dry ingredients (no. 3 to 6).
3. Now add the yoghurt a little at a time to make a dough of roughly the following consistency. You can use more or less of the curds depending on the texture.



4. Wet hands with water, scoop out some of the mixture onto a square of cling film or a clean sheet of plastic and shape into flat vadas.



5. Carefully slide them one at a time into hot oil and deep fry.



These vadas are a great accompaniment with upma.

5 comments:

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Hi, the rava vade looks tempting. I agree, it will go well with upma and a hot cup of cofee !

Happy cook said...

Yummy who can resist fried vadas

Cynthia said...

Dear Madhumita, what a beautiful name you have!

Thanks very much for taking the time to stop by my blog and leave your kind comments. They are very much appreciated. I am glad to have discovered your blog too. Looking forward to seeing you around.

Madhumita. said...

Tx Anamika, Happy Cook and Cynthia ... its nice to be able to exchange recipe ideas with such a varied and talented set of people :)

Ziah said...

yummy!:) I miss eating traditional recipes... that boy doesnt touch anything that doesnt have a dead animal or isnt sufficiently mumbaiyya.. sigh!:)