Its Eid holidays here and each day we look forward to have some good tea time snack. I made them yesterday as this is in my to do list for sometime. No need to soak the dals, a kind of instant vada which you can make it very easily with few ingredients you have in you kitchen.
Onions : 1 cup finely choppedGreen chilli crushed : 5 nos.
Curry leaves : 2 sprigs finely chopped
Coriander leaves: 3 sprigs chopped
All purpose flour : ¼ cup
Semolina : 1 cup
Rice flour: ¾ cup
salt as required
Hot oil : 3 tbsp
Hing – a big pinch
Cumin crushed – 1 tsp
Peanut (fried and broken ) - 3 tbsp
Coconut grated – 2 tbsp
Water as much as needed
Oil for deep frying
Mix all ingredients given above well. Into it add the hot oil and mix well so that the moisture in onion will wet the flour mixture well.
Add little water at a time to mixture and make a thick dough. Do not make the dough watery. If you are ready to make the vadas then only mix water and make the dough.Heat oil in a kadai over low flame.
Take small balls of the dough and flatten them into vada shapes. Slide them gently into the hot oil.
Fry them on low flame till they are brown and crispy. Drain them on a kitchen towel.
Enjoy the delicious Maddur vadas with coffee or tea.