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Bread Onion Vada


Vade, also known as wada or vade or vadai or bara. Vada is a savoury fritter-type snack from South India. Vadas can vary in shape and size, but are usually either doughnut- or disc-shaped and are between 5 and 8 cm across. They are mainly made from dal, lentil, gram flour or potato. The Vada is a traditional South Indian food known from antiquity. Although they are commonly prepared at home, Vadas are as well a typical street food in the Indian Subcontinent and Sri Lanka. They are usually a high calorie morning food, very popular in street stalls and in railway stations, as well as inside the Indian Railways, they are available as a snack all day. It is known as Vades in South Africa, where a large south Indian population is found. Today I am making that same delicious Vada with a easy twist. I am sure you will like this delicious quick and easy bread onion vada.


Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking time 20 minutes
Serves : 4

Ingredients :
10 to 12 normal bread slices 
3 tbsp wheat flour 
2 tbsp rice flour
 3 onion chopped
3 green chilly finely chopped or to taste
8 to 10 fresh curry leaves chopped 
1 ½ tbsp yogurt 
Salt to taste 
2 pinch of baking soda
Oil to deep fry

Methods of Cooking:
In a bowl break the bread pieces, wheat flour, rice flour, chopped onion, finely chopped green chilies, chopped curry leaves, yogurt and salt, pinch of baking soda. Mix them well. Mashed them and make a dough. The dough should be medium not too tight or too loose. Take a big lemon size ball press to make it little flat and then make a whole in the middle so that it cooks evenly. Slowly drop the vada into the hot oil and fry it on both sides on medium flame to a golden brown color. Bread onion vada will be crunchy crispy outside and soft inside. Serve hot bread onion vada with chutney or sambar or pair it with a hot cup of tea or coffee. Enjoy.



Happy Cooking!

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