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Vada

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Onam is very special for Malayalees all over the world, asit is the state festival for their homeland - Kerala. Celebrated with great fanfare, Onam is the wonderful opportunity for people to reconnect with their family and friends back home. Feasting is a prominent part of the merrymaking. Right from thesnacks to the meal, everything served during the festive seasonof Onam has the unique flavor ofKerala. One of the popular snacks is Vada (doughnuts). Typically, a South Indian dish, a number of variations are there in the recipe of Vada. The two popular variants of the recipe are Uzhunnu Vada (made with Black Gram/Urad Dal) and ParippuVada (made with Chana Dal). It isvery crispy, delicious and servedhot with Sambhar or Coconut Chutney. In the following lines, we have provided an easy recipeof Vada. Let us know how to make the dish.

Vada Recipe
Ingredients:

*. 1/2 cup Urad Daal (Black Gram)
*. 1 Onion, finely chopped
*. 1 tsp Ginger
*. 1 or 2 Green Chilies, finely chopped
*. Salt to taste
*. ¼ tsp Baking Soda

Method

*. Pick, wash and soak Urad Dal for 3-4 hours.
*. Make a smooth paste of the dal by grinding it in wet grinder. Make sure that you donot add too much water, because it should be a thick paste.
*. Add onions, ginger, green chiliessalt and baking powder to the paste, mix well and set aside for 5 minutes.
*. Heat oil in a pan or kadhai and deep fry a spoonful of batter, till golden
*. Serve with coconut chutney or sambhar as a snack. It can also serve as meal.


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