Vada Recipe Popular Breakfast

Vada Popular South Indian Breakfast Recipe

Vada with sambar is an filling breakfast and is a popular south indian breakfast recipe. The Vada is a soft and crisp deep fried breakfast/snack that is prepared using Urad dal and other spices and served with the spicy and tangy sambar.

Watch this Crispy Vada Recipe on Youtube: Vada – Vegetarian Breakfast

Ingredients for this Vada Recipe:

  • Urad dal 250 gms (soaked in water for 1 hour)
  • Rice flour 2 tbsp
  • Black Pepper powder 1 tsp
  • Cumin Seeds powder 1 spoon
  • Asafoetida 1/2 spoon
  • Green Chillies 5
  • Curry leaves few
  • salt as per taste
  • oil to fry

Do try our Yummy Egg Bonda Recipe

Method for Vada popular south indian breakfast recipe:

  • In a mixer jar
  • Add chopped ginger, green chilles, curry leaves and urad dal and grind to a medium thick paste
  • In a bowl add grinded urad dal paste
  • Add cumin seeds powder, asafoetida, black pepper powder, salt, rice flour and mix it thoroughly. (do not use water)
  • Make batter of it
  • Heat oil
  • Take the vada batter and Make a round shape in between it and fry in oil.
  • Fry until the vada changes colour.
  • Tasty and Crispy Vada’s are ready. Serve hot with Sambar or coconut chutney.

Carrot Malpua Dessert Recipe

Gajar Malpua Carrot Sweet Recipe

Malpua is popular sweet which is prepared during festivals and on special occasions. This mouth watering Gajar Malpua carrot sweet recipe is prepared in an natural way without any artificial colour. Made using Carrot this is a sweet/dessert recipe that is easy to make at home. Carrot gives this dish a unique taste and flavour, along with adding natural colour to the recipe.

Watch this Yummy Malpua Recipe on YouTube: Carrot Malpua Recipe

Also, Try this Authentic Maharashtrian Recipe

Ingredients for Gajar Malpua:

  • Carrots-250 gm
  • Maida-125 gm
  • Sugar-125 gm
  • Sugar powder-2 tbsp
  • Milk powder-3 tbsp
  • Baking powder-1/2 tsp
  • Cardamom powder-1 tsp
  • Milk-250 ml

Method for Gajar Malpua Carrot Sweet Recipe:

  • Grate Carrots, grind and make paste by adding milk.
  • Take a bowl, add grinded carrots paste, 2 tbsp sugar powder, maida 125 gm, mix well, add milk powder 3 tbsp, mix well, add 1/2 tsp baking powder, add cardamom powder 1/2 tsp, add pinch of salt, add remaining maida and milk and mix well.
  • Heat a vessel, add 1-1/2 bowl water, add sugar 1 bowl, add 1/2 tsp cardamom powder, stir and dilute, let cook for 5 more minutes.
  • Heat a pan, add oil, pour the mixture with a big spoon, make malpua, drain excessive oil and dip into sugar syrup.
  • Carrot Malpua is ready.
Maharashtrian Sweet Recipes

Patolya Sweet Maharashtrian Recipe

Authentic and Traditional Sweet Recipe, Patolya is a konkan/maharashtrian sweet recipe that is made using turmeric leaves. The leaves are used as a covering and cooked together to give a unique taste and flavour to this sweet recipe. Try easy to make Bread Pakora recipe. We will prepare the Patolya sweet in 3 methods, one which uses red rice which is the authentic method, in second we have used wheat flour and in the third method we have used Dosa Rice.

Watch this Patolya Recipe on YouTube: Traditional Maharashtrian Recipe

Ingredients for the Patolya Sweet:

For Dough (Red Rice):

  • Red rice 500 gm
  • Coconut 1 Big grated
  • Salt 1/2 tablespoon

For Dough (wheat flour):

  • Wheat flour 1/2 cup
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Salt as per taste

For filling (Common in both methods):

  • Coconut 2 big Grated
  • Jaggery 400 gm
  • Cardamom powder 1 spoon
  • Fennel seeds powder 1 spoon
  • Turmeric leaves (Haldi ke patte)
  • Water 1/2 cup
  • Salt

Method for the Patolya Sweet Maharashtrian Recipe:

Method for Red Rice:

  • Soak red rice for 10 hrs in water
  • In a mixer jar, add red rice, salt and grated coconut and grind to a medium thick paste

Method For filling (Common in both Methods):

  • Heat a vessel
  • On full flame
  • Add 1/4 cup water and add coconut
  • Add jaggery and add cardamom and fennel seeds powder
  • Mix it well and keep stirring, it will form a mixture in about 5 min
  • Take it off stove
  • Take it in a plate to cool it.

Preparing the Patolya to steam:

  • Take the turmeric leaves
  • Apply the batter on the leaf and make it flat
  • Place the filling on top of the batter only on half of the leave
  • Fold the leaf and stick it as shown to cover the filling.Heat a pan
  • Take the steam vessel and place in the pan
  • Add water to the pan up to the mark on the steam vessel
  • Place the patolya in the steam vessel and close it
  • Cook for 5 min on full flame and it will get cooked in steam
  • Make sure the water in pan does not evaporates and keep filing water up to the mark
  • Take off the patolya form the pan as it is ready
  • Similarly, it is cooked in idli cooker and normal vessel.

For wheat flour patolya:

  • Wheat flour 1/2 cup
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Salt as per taste
  • Take the flour in plate add water and knead to a thin paste
  • Using little oil apply the kneaded batter on to the leaf
  • place the filling and close it
  • Cook for 5 min on full flame in the required vessel
  • Take it off stove as it is ready

For Dosa rice Patolya

  • Dosa rice flour 1/2 cup
  • Boiled water as required
  • Salt as per taste
  • Take the flour in plate
  • Add boiled water and salt
  • Knead into medium thick dough
  • Apply the dough n leaf
  • Place filling and keep in vessel
  • Cook for 5 min on full flame
  • Patolya is ready.