Vada is a deep-fried savory snack made with different ingredients such as sago pearl, legumes, instant ones with bread, etc. These are crunchy with crooked and crispy edges and therefore taste absolutely delectable. Vada is something between a pakora and cutlet. It can be served as breakfast or for tea time. Vada can be served with peanut chutney or coriander chutney or with a cup of tea.
What is sabudana vada? Sabudana vada is a patty that is made up of sabudana i.e. sago. It has the flavor of peanuts, ginger, coriander and green chilies. The best part about this recipe is the contrast of textures that is i...View Recipe
What is Masala Vada? Crispy vada made using chana dal and urad dal, flavored with ginger, green chilies, whole coriander seeds. spiced up with red chilies and black pepper, with the bite of onions and refreshing green coriander leaves...View Recipe
What is Instant Medu Vada? Instant Medu Vada is a deep-fried snack made using semolina (sooji) as the main ingredient. The beauty of the dish lies in its texture; it is soft and fluffy from inside and has a real crisp outside. It is flavoured with some fresh ingredients such as ginger, cor...View Recipe
What is Instant Bread Vada? Instant Bread vada is a deep fried dumpling made using bread, rice flour, semolina, ginger, green chillies etc. Bread vada is a good break from regular bread recipes such as sandwiches etc. Bread vada is a good breakfast and teatime snack option. They are crunch...View Recipe
Please rate us and share your valuable feedback