Sunday, May 9, 2010

Plantain flower fritters/ Vazhapoo vada


Ingredients:

Plantain flower - 1cup

Chenna dal - 1cup

Chopped onion - 1no

Green chilly - 2nos

Curry & coriander leaves - few no

Hing - 1/2tsp

Garlic - 2-3flakes(optional)

Salt - to taste

Oil - to fry

Preparation:

1) Soak the chenna dal in water for 1/2hr and then grind them coarsely.

2) Add plantain flower, green chilly, curry & coriander leaves, garlic, salt, hing and chopped onions into mixture.

3)Make the mixture into small patties

4)Heat a kadai, add required amount of oil..deep fry the patties till brown. 

Serve hot with tomato sauce

27 comments:

Suhaina said...

This is really so yummy and has come out very well for u.

Jay said...

crispy n crunchy vazhaipoo vada...lovely click...

Sushma Mallya said...

Crispy and perfect snack anyday...

BeenaShylesh said...

new ot me.....i think it taste gud....nice picture toooo.....

Priya said...

Crispy vadas looks delicious and prefect snack with a cup of tea..

Aruna Manikandan said...

Healthy crispy vada....

Pari said...

Very crispy, nice one.

Nandini said...

Very crispy and healthy!

Kairali sisters said...

Crispy, delicious looking vadas..Nice click rekha...

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Kairali sisters

Priti said...

Heard so much abt these but never tasted these....looks yum

PranisKitchen said...

perfectly done..looks so crunchy..this one is really healthy too..nice snap yarr

Ramya said...

looks so deliciously yumm...Try adding a lil bit of fennel seeds next time..It will be so flavourful

Nithu Bala said...

crispy and yummy..

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

healthy and crunchy ...awesome click..great work dear

Padma said...

Healthy and crispy snack Rekha. Looks very tempting.

Gulmohar said...

adipoli vada..onnu njan eduthotte ...:-)

Anu said...

Crispy and yummy vada.. tempting...

Rekha shoban said...

thank u friends!

Shama Nagarajan said...

nice vadai...i love this a lot

Yummy Team said...

Yummy fritters, thanks for sharing..I have never had vada with vazhapoo..My mother used to make cutlets with it..

SS said...

Hey I am curous to know what this plaintain flower is and how does it look like ....
Nice blog and recipe as well

Pavithra said...

Wow My ver fav one.. I love this soooo much.. Truely tempting.

sangi said...

mmm ...really tempting dear...can't control myself from drooling

♥LOVE2COOK♥ said...

Hi Rekha, how r U dear? Long time no see! hehehe...;)

Vazhapoo vadai really new to me! Looks so yumm as always! ;)

San said...

What can be a perfect snack for the evening that too with a cup of tea.Vazhapoo vada seems to be so crunchy n deserves a munch rekha.

divya said...

wow, completely a new recipe n interesting too...def gonna give a try. First time here. glad to follow u. Do drop in at my blog sometime.

BeenaShylesh said...

an award waitig for u dear..
http://mykitchen-been.blogspot.com/2010/05/vellarikka-pachadi-cuccumber-pachadi.html

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