Monday, October 03, 2011

Onion Vada

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Onion Vada:

Golden brown colored Crispy Onion Vadas are usually enjoyed as wonderful eve snack or tiffin. This savory snack is made from soaked and ground urad dal, flavored with chopped onion, green chillies , ginger, curry leaves and deep fried in oil. 

The secret to make Vadas to have a crispy exterior and soft interior, is to add 2 tbsp raw rice while soaking urad dal. Vada’s exquisite flavor and deep aroma invites one n all and goes great as a evening tea snack..!

Here goes the recipe of very tasty plus 
easy to fix snack recipe for you to try out..:)

Ingredients:

·         Urad dal                        - 2 cups
·         Raw rice                        - 2 tbsp
·         Onion    big                    - 1
·         Ginger                           - small piece
·         Green chilly                   - 2
·         Asafetida pwd                - a pinch
·         Curry & coriander leaves -  handful
·         Salt to taste
·         Oil to fry

Method:

1.     Wash and soak urad dal, raw rice for 1 hour.
2.     Chop onion to thin slices.
3.     Chop ginger, green chilly, curry and coriander leaves.
4.     Drain the water from urad dal and grind it to smooth paste with the addition of salt.
5.     Transfer to a bowl.
6.     Mix asafetida, onion, ginger, green chilly, curry and coriander leaves.


7.     Heat oil in a fry pan.
8.     Make small balls out of the thick batter.
9.     Pat it flat and drop in hot oil.
10.  Turn it occasionally and fry.
11.  Let it crisp and golden brown.
12.  Serve hot with chutney and sambar.


13.  Lipsmacking onion vada ready to enjoy…!

Related  Posts:

·       Dahi Vada
·       Sambar Vada
·       Crisp Masala Vada
·       Beetroot Vada
·       Medhu Vada

66 comments:

  1. I like vada and yours look really delicious! It would be nice with a cup of milky tea :)

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  2. Yum ...it's raining here and this is perfect to munch on ...wish to have it

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  3. It's a perfect evening snack and looks tempting.

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  4. Crisp n hot vadas.. Love it!
    Thanx for the follow Jay!!

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  5. vada looks crunchy and delicious .......

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  6. wow delicious vada,luks yum...love to have it with a cup of coffee:)

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  7. hmm...i can smell it here...:-)

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  8. Crispy, delicious vadas ~ send me some Jay! :)
    USMasala

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  9. delicious vadas Jay.. we make them quite similar in Andhra, just with a hole in the centre for faster cooking.

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  10. Yummmm!!! These vadas look good , I can just smell it , I just love the aroma of these .

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  11. love to have this with hot cup of tea. nicely done jay

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  12. Vadas looks crunchy, yummy and delicious...love to have with tea...yummy...:)

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  13. Vada looks so crispy and yummy.

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  14. something alwasy best to ahve with tea and bet u are always appreciated for making this :)

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  15. Yummy and tasty vadas....looks very tempting

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  16. yummy crunchy vadas
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  17. Vada looks so delicious and tempting.

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  18. yummy...the vadas luk simply delicious!!!perfect for snacking!!!!

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  19. yummy and delicous snack with a cup of hot coffee ..

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  20. Now hunting to see if we can find Vladas:)

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  21. thanks friends for stopping by..I love to hear what you say..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  22. Oh my!! I love vadas! And these look so perfect! Great recipe... again! :-)

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  23. Perfect for the cold weather!

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  24. Jay, this vadai is tempting, another one of our fav at home although most of the time its bought from the stalls.

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  25. looks crispy n yumm.....

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  26. Onion vadas look terrific Jay! Perfect evening snack!! Thanks for your comment on my blog :)

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  27. I would definitly make a great snack out of it. It looks really perfect to me, I love savory snacks!

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  28. looks so perfect and yummy

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  29. Crunchy and hot--the perfect accompaniment to a Martini. Lovely blog.

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  30. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving comment.First time here,lovely space.
    Ur pic is making really hungry..will be following u :)

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  31. Jay, vadai looks superb. Making me hungry even after having breakfast.

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  32. make this so often at home...perfect for a rainy day :D :P

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  33. I was thinking what to make along with payasam...now i know what to make. Thanks dear! this looks wonderful.

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  34. Crunchy & just too tempting Jay!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  35. Your blog looks super interesting too! Will definitely keep visiting.

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  36. I love how crispy this looks Jay. Very yummy.

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  37. Nice Vadas Jay.!!!! Love it

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  38. Feel like grabbing some..irresistible vadas..

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  39. Onion vada looks perfect and delicious, i need only now a cup of coffee.

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  40. Cuántas recetas buenas se aprenden en tu blog.
    Besos.

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  41. vadas are healthy snacks :)crispy outside and juicy inside, hmmm... mouth watering :)

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  42. yummy vadas..Perfect for the evening tea...

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  43. I love the sound of these...and they look delicious!! Thanks for exposing me to all sorts of neat new dishes...always fun stopping by~

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  44. Thank you so much for your comments & your thoughts..:)

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  45. hi jay, i simply love vada, we call it vadei over here.
    i buy them always, they are very tasty
    i am sure your home made ones taste even more delicious. thanks for the recipe ya.. bookmarked, yours looks great

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  46. Nice vadas! They look super delicious!

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  47. Never heard of this before. Looks and sounds so delicious!!

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  48. Tasty vadas with onion!

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  49. I tried this in Malaysia but totally forgot about it, since you have posted this I was reminded. I love this as a snack, thanks for sharing.

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  50. ths s the one im mad abt...thx for sharing...yummy yummy

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  51. Ciaaooo!!!!
    How are you??
    Thank you so much for your visit and your nice comment on my blog..:-)
    Bravissima,ricetta golosissima come piace a me!!;-)
    Kisses
    Daiana

    http://attimididolcezza.blogspot.com/

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  52. Perfect and tempting! Pass me some dear....


    http://treatntrick.blogspot.com

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  53. I love to taste it jay. I know how wonderful the fried onions wud be.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  54. Want to be my neighbor. These look soo good!

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  55. I've never heard of these before. They look and sound delicious!

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  56. Wow - you have so many great Indian recipes on your blog. Will have to come back for more! Thanks for sharing!

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  57. Mmmm yummy! I've never used urad dhal before...I will go look out for it next time!

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  58. Your indoor picnic looks amazing! What wonderful food choices!
    Indian Vegetarian Food Recipes

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