Baked maddur vada
Maddur vada is a savoury fritter named after the place near Mysore in the state of Karnataka (South India). These are crispy snacks and goes well with tea and can also be served as anytime snacks.
Here in this recipe I made vadas from rice flour, semolina which are mixed with sliced onion, grated cabbage, curry leaves, asafoetida. I have retained the ingredients of traditional recipe but baked them as a healthy option instead of deep fried.
Preparation time: 1 5 minutes
Baking time: 20-25 minutes
- Rice flour-1/2cup
- Fine semolina-1/4cup
- Roasted and crushed peanuts-2tbsp
- Finely chopped onion-1num
- Grated cabbage-1/4 cup
- Chopped green chillies-2 num (optional)
- Asafoetida/Hing – a pinch
- Chopped curry leaves-5-6
- Chopped coriander leaves- a handful
- Salt- to taste
- Vegetable fat-2tbsp +oil for greasing
- Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix to form crumbs.
- To this add water and make soft stiff dough and let it rest for 5-10 minutes.
- Pre-heat the oven at 170-deg C, line the baking tray with the baking sheet/parchment paper and set aside.
- Divide the dough to equal portions of small lemon sized.
- Press the in the centre of the palm into 2-3”diameter circles.
- Place them on the baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes flipping halfway.
Enjoy the snacks.
- Vadas can be personalised by adding grated coconut/carrots.
- Plain flour can also be used along with rice and semolina.
- Asafoetida is a herb in powder form which adds flavor to dishes.
- Baking time may vary based on the type of Oven. Bake them until the sides are golden color.
Posted on August 18, 2014, in Indian, Starters and tagged Bakes South indian vada, Chitras healthy kitchen, drchdietfood, Healthy Maddur vada recipe, south indian snacks recipe. Bookmark the permalink. 47 Comments.