Wednesday, 23 January 2013

Simple Vada Curry



Here is my today's recipe "Simple Vada Curry". :-)

Yesterday when i  was going through our fellow blogger's blogs, I saw vada curry somewhere & felt like making for my breakfast today.

ha ha.....that's how this guy(vada curry) is here....;). Check the recipe below.







Ingredients:

Bengal gram dhal - 2 cups
Onion - 4 (chopped)
Tomato - 3 (chopped)
Oil
Mustard seeds
Fennel seeds
Curry leaves
Asafoetida
Tumeric
Salt
Garam masala - 11/2 tbsp
Coriander leaves


Cooking Method:

1. Wash & soak bengal gram dhal for an hour. Then drain it and grind it coarsely in the mixer.

2. Place the grinded vada mixture in the idli tawa & cook in the steam for 10 mins. Immediately take out the cooked vada from idli tawa & allow it to cool. Once cooled crush the vadas to small pieces using finger and keep it aside.

3. Heat 3 tbsp of oil in a heavy bottom frying pan. Add mustard seeds. When mustard splatters add fennel seeds. Once fennel aroma comes, add curry leaves & onion.

4. When onion turns transparent, add tomatoes. Cook tomatoes until it becomes mushy.

5. Add asafoetida, tumeric, garam masala & salt. Reduce the flame to sim. Let it cook for 5 mins.

6. Then add 3 cups of water, mix well & allow the curry to boil.

*** Vadas will absorb more water so add required water as per the consistency.

7. Next add the crushed vadas to the boiling curry. Let it cook for 10 mins.

8. Vada Curry is ready. Garnish with coriander leaves & serve hot with idilis.


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12 comments:

  1. Oh I thought you had to fry the vadas in oil. We get vada curry-dosa from a take away here and love it. Never attempted it at home though :)

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    1. You can do either way priya...but there will not be much difference in the taste.

      This is simple one yet tastes good..:-)

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  2. Delicious looks very inviting.. And awesome pic..

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  3. Delicious vada curry,very tempting.

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  4. even i felt the same after seeing vada curry in fellow bloggers's blog :) tempting curry..

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  5. Delicious vada curry...nice clicks.

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  6. Hi Helen, thanks for being my friend. i am following you. do try to join mine as i won't see the recipes you add and may fail to comment.

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  7. vadakari looks so yummm dear :) yup this is the easy and healthy way to make vadakari my fav too :) when get time chk my vadakari post too..

    http://desifiesta.blogspot.com/2013/01/saidapette-vadakari-vada-curry.html#comment-form

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  8. Haven't seen this version of vada curry.. But sounds good

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