Vazhaipoo Vadai Recipe

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Ingredients:
Banana flower- 1
Channa dhal- 1/2 cup
Toor dhal- 3/4 cup
Red chilies-3
Whole pepper-1 tsp
Jeera- 1 tbsp
Fennel seeds-1 tbsp
Ginger- 1inch piece
Garlic-3 cloves
Cilantro- 3 stks
Mint-10 leaves
buttermilk- 2 tbsp
Salt
oil- for frying

To grind:
Channa dhal- 1/2 cup
Toor dhal- 3/4 cup
Red chilies-3
Whole pepper-1 tsp
Jeera- 1 tbsp
Fennel seeds-1 tbsp
Ginger- 1inch piece
Garlic-3 cloves

Method:
Dilute the 2 tbsp of buttermilk in 2 cups of water and keep it aside.
Peel the purple cover of the flower and pull out the flower bunches of each layer.
Next, remove the stamens of each florets and chop them into fine pieces.
Put the chopped flowers in buttermilk water along with pinch of turmeric .
Soak all the above said ingredients for about an hour and grind it coarsely.
Drain the excess water from the chopped flowers and add it to the mixture.
Chop the cilantro and mint and add it to the mixture.
Make vadas and deep fry it.
Serve it hot with chutney.

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5 thoughts on “Vazhaipoo Vadai

  1. Savithri Subramanian said on August 17, 2013 at 3:11 am

    Ii also started my cooking without any help. even this kind of web site was not there at that time. I am 70 years old and when i see recipes on the TV shows I used to feel how can they teach people like this. With my learning I can give you a thumb rule. All cereals and lentils for one cup{ measured flat} 1 level teaspoon of salt will be ok except poha and maida can take only 3/4 teaspoon that also flat and not heaped Whatever you add etxta items like veg like onion or vazhaipoo add little more like a pinch or two.Hope this helpfulto you and enjoy cooking

  2. theeswari said on January 10, 2012 at 3:38 am

    really super

  3. sabrin said on April 6, 2010 at 2:21 am

    good

  4. latha said on January 13, 2010 at 6:03 am

    very good recipe. If you had given the exact measurement of salt it will be very useful for the beginners. Because when I was new to cooking it was very difficult for me to put the exact quantity of salt. It is an excellent recipe

  5. Kavitha said on February 10, 2008 at 7:31 am

    Ever since i watched mammooty eating this in the movie – Kandukonden Kandukonden, i wanted to get hold of this. Thank you for the recipe, will def try this out this weekend.

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