Monday, January 24, 2011

Milagu Vadai / Peppercorn Fritters

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Milagu Vadai:

This is a very famous South Indian recipe. Milagu Vadai also famously called as Anjaneyar Vadai or Hanumar Kovil Vadai, since this is a special offering for Lord Anjeneya.

This Milagu Vadai is pretty simple to prepare with very few ingredients and tastes divine with a cup of  hot coffee on a chilly day..!

Here comes the recipe of crispy fried snack …:))

Ingredients:
  • Urad dal                        - 1 cup
  • Pepper corn                  - 1 tsp
  • Cumin                           - ½ tsp
  • Curry leaves                  - 7 or 8
  • Rice flour                      - 1 tsp
  • Ghee                            - 1 tsp
  • Oil to fry
  • Salt to taste

Method:

  1. Wash and soak the urad dal for 2 hours.
  2. Drain the water completely.
  3. Grind to coarse paste, adding pepper corns, salt, cumin.
  4. Add drops of  water, that is enough to grind in blender.
  5. Take the thick coarse batter in a bowl.
  1. Heat oil in fry pan.
  2. Add chopped curry leaves, rice flour, ghee  to the batter and mix well.
  3. Take small lemon sized ball out of batter.
  4. Pat it flat on a greased plastic sheet.
  5. Drop gently in hot oil.
  6. Deep fry in medium heat.
  7. Once it turns crisp and golden color on both sides, take it out.
  8. Place it on kitchen tissue to remove excess oil.
  1. Yummy & healthy snack ready to enjoy with hot coffee.
Have a Nice day..!!!
Jay

50 comments:

  1. Milagu vadai is something that I just like so much. That too as kovil prasadam. Usually it used to be too hard to bite but yours look so perfect and nice :)

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  2. I have never tasted anything like this...Looks interesting & tempting jay..:)

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  3. I really enjoy vadai and yours look so yummy!

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  4. Delicious and interesting snack..yummy and crispy.

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  5. Very good snack!!!! Thank you for the recipe.

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  6. Yummy and lovely milagu vadas...

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  7. A very new vada to me .... the ingredients say that it must be yummy. Looks good !

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  8. they look so tempting.. would love to munch on them :)


    US Masala

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  9. These are so fun & you are so right perfect for this freezing weather with a steaming cuppa coffee:)!!!

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  10. Perfect and yummy! Love the addition of pepper in them...

    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  11. This would go great with a cup of hot chocolate too!

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  12. வாவ்வ்வ் சூப்பர்ர் வடை!!

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  13. Perfect during this winter... i will have it hot hot with chutney... yummmm

    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  14. delicious and crispy vadais.

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  15. This looks so yummy and makes me feel hungry

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  16. Lip-smacking vadai..I love the crispy flat kovil vadai..

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  17. Hanuman vada looks perfect.

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  18. WOW! Crispy and delicious fritters..Would love to taste it now..

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  19. Love this milagu vadais,looks soo crispy and tempting..

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  20. tempting plate of crunchy vadai...

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  21. Oh, my! Those look divine!

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  22. Jay-These peppercorn fritters looks so crispy, and delicious. What a yummy snack!

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  23. Very inviting milagu vadai..

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  24. yummy tasting vadai. parcel please

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  25. vadai looks yummy and my fav one also

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  26. I love these vadai...especially the ones from tirumala...looks yumm

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  27. looks yummy and tempting!

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  28. Reminded of home..Yummy milagu vadai's..

    G
    http://ensamayalarangam.blogspot.com

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  29. We love vadai! Thank you for visiting and for following my blog. I'm following you too. You have a lovely site here, I love Indian food, especially the spicy ones, will be back to view your other posts. Have a lovely day!

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  30. nice recipe..looks so delicious..

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  31. Thanks for visiting my blog.... But I can say you have a great variety on your blog...The recipes here are great.. Vegetable Kurma is to die for.... I am surely gonna try it tomorrow itself.. Besides nice photography... I like that... Love it for all the fellow bloggers, I wish I too had lill more patience while clicking pics of my preparations ;-)

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  32. Thanks for following me, I'm now your newest follower!

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  33. This sound fabulous! very beautifully done too!

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  34. i would love it with sambar :)

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  35. There are so many yummy dishes Jay, don't understand what 2 read, what 2 skip. Love to visit again :)

    Just being a follower <<<>>>

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  36. my fav vadai Jay, looks super yummy

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  37. very tasty and tempting.
    www.rajafood.blogspot.com

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  39. Milagu vadai looks so good...

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  40. Thanks Friends...Have a great day..:)

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  41. looks crispy n delicious.. love it

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  42. Hi Jay,
    Thanx for your comments on my blog. Your blog looks wonderful.The pics are rocking.I am happy to be your new follower. Once again thanku so much for your suggestions.

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