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Rava Vada


Rava Vada
Today's recipe is an instant tea time snack. It is deep fried fitters made with semolina/sooji

Ingredients
Rava- 1 cup
Rice flour- 1 tbs
Shallots sliced- 4-5
Yogurt-1 tsp
Ginger chopped- 1 tsp
Green chilly- 2
Curry leaves chopped- a few
Salt to taste
Oil for frying


Soak one cup of Rava/semolina  in two cups of water for about half an hour. After half an hour strain and squeeze out the excess water using a cheese cloth. Add chopped green chilly, curry leaves, shallots,ginger and one tsp of thick yogurt. Mix in the rice flour. You can also add a pinch of baking powder at this stage. Heat oil in a pan. Wet your hands with water and make small patties. Carefully drop then in oil and fry till both sides become golden brown. It takes more time than ordinary vada to get browned up. Serve with ketchup or chutney.

Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy

Comments

  1. This recipe is so good...Mouthwatering Dear.

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  2. Mouthwatering here, wat a terrific and super tempting vadas.

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  3. Awesome recipe dear..U have made it perfectly..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  4. Never knew we can make vada with rava..will put to good use next time :)

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  5. super delicious rava vada !!

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  6. looks crunchy vada.......nice....

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  7. Rava Vada looks absolutely delicious n crunchy :) Vegam chaya undaakkatte ;)

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  8. very innovative Suja..they look so yummy, a nice snack..

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  9. Crunchy Teatime Snack.Luks Awesome!.

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  10. Tempting and delicious snack,perfect for teatime.......

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  11. A great snack. Coincidentally I have posted a snack recipe today :-)

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  12. Lovely crunchy snack..innovative one!!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  13. Ya Suja,that's instant.Looks addictive.

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  14. nice vada...i think it resembles maddur vada

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  15. wow! I love it! May I know what is shallots. I need to practice my culinary skills :(

    Love
    http://www.meghasarin.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Megha,thanks for stopping by
      Shallots is very similar to pearl onion..a little more bigger variety
      You can use onions instead :)

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  16. Wow! Looks fantastic! I am drooling all over it :)

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  17. Oh dear, these look great & so tempting!

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  18. a perfect tea time snack Suja. Feel like grabbing one right away

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  19. Never made vada with rava...looks yum.....

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  20. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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  21. That is an interesting recipe, Suja - would love to try it out soon!

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  22. Interesting one. Will sure try this

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  23. seeing such a yummy snack for the first time..looks yummy ..

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  24. Thanks all for stopping by and for the sweet comments:)

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  25. Hi...tried these rava vadas ....they came out superb....perfect evening snack...MIL n hubby both liked them....had them with corriender chutney....thnx for d recipie

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  26. Thanks so much for the feedback,so happy that you liked it.
    Wow coriander chutney sounds yummy,will try that combo next time I make this :)
    Have a nice day :)

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