Maddur Vada | Maddur Vade


Posted on May 4th, 2009

Maddur is small town in the Mandya district which lies between the cities Bangalore and Mysore. Maddur is famous for the snack “Maddur vada”. One cannot resist the smell of these yummy vadas :) I have always relished these vadas during my travel from Banglore to Mysore. Maddur vada can be prepared instantly unlike “Medhu vadai”/”Masala vadai”. We need not soak the dals / grind it. This is yet another jiffy snack recipe.

Maddur Vada | Maddur Vade

Maddur Vada | Maddur Vade

This simple and quick snack makes its way to EC’s WYF-Quick Meal event.

Ingredients:

Semolina (Rava): 1 cup
Rice flour: 1 cup
Maida / Wheat flour: 3/4 cup
Salt: to taste
Onion (Chopped): 1/2 cup
Red chilli powder: 1/2 tsp
Green chillies: 2-3
Curry leaves (Chopped): few
Coriander leaves (Chopped): few
Asafetida (hing): a pinch
Oil: to fry

Preparation Method:

  • Heat 3-4 tsps of oil.
  • Mix rava, rice flour and maida and salt.
  • Add onions, red chilli powder, green chillies, curry leaves, coriander leaves and hing to the mixture.
  • Make a dough adding oil and water.
  • Ensure that there are no lumps.
  • Take small amount of the dough and shape the vada by patting it on ur palm.
  • Sprinkle water on ur palm to avoid stickiness.
  • Deep fry the vadas.

Tip:

Some people shallow fry rava, rice flour and maida mixture before making the dough. Either way the Maddur vadas tastes gud!

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11 Responses to “Maddur Vada | Maddur Vade”

  1. vicky Xavier Says:

    I opened ur blog while sipping a cup of tea and guess what…..I stretched my hand to grab a vadai. They are irresistible pieces and I m drooling here:) Delicious.

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  2. pooja Says:

    Looks crispy and yummy Anu..Guess adding rava made it more crispy..

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  3. mahimaa Says:

    i have never made or had madhur vada…next time i plan to do some deep fried snack, will surely try your method.. seems so easy. cant wait to try!

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  4. Priya Sriram Says:

    Easy and tasty snack Anu!! Looks Super yummy!

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  5. Divya Vikram Says:

    They look like a perfect snack with tea!

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  6. varunavi Says:

    Great snack anytime,even i have on my blog….

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  7. EC Says:

    Guess what, this is what I made yest when we wanted to have something really quick..Even I made it ditto with the same proportions and the colour was the same..Thanks a lot for the tempting vadas

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  8. Anu Sriram Says:

    These vadas looks delicious! New to me..

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  9. gururajan usha Says:

    marakka mudeyadha vadai. meendum rusikka myscrawls parkka vendum

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  10. UjjU Says:

    WoW! Your small write-up reminded me of the so many Bangalore Mysore journeys which I have been a part of! They look yummy! :) Will try to make them.

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  11. UjjU Says:

    Hey Anu! I made them yesterday. Have a look http://cuisinepoint.blogspot.com/2009/05/maddur-vade.html

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