Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Ari Vada


Another quick n easy  snack made from rice flour which is perfect to add spice to your tea time. The best thing about this recipe is that the ingredients are commonly available at most times in our homes. So think no more, and just give this a try right away.

Prep Time: 10 mins
Ingredients


Rice Flour: 1 cup
Grated Coconut: 1/3 cup
Onions (finely chopped): 1/3 cup
Green Chillies (finely chopped): 2-3
Ginger (finely chopped): 2 teaspoons
Curry leaves: 6-7
Water: 1/4 cup
Salt to taste
Oil to fry
If you have a food chopper, then its a life saver making all these snacks coz all you need to do run the chopper through the onions, green chillies and ginger to get it all minced in a minute.

Dry roast the rice flour in a pan for about 10 mins. Add the finely chopped onions, green chillies, ginger, curry leaves and grated coconut. Dry mix it well with some salt. Then slowly add little water and mix it into a semi wet dough.
Heat oil to deep fry. Take a spoon of the batter, flatten between your fingers and slide it into the hot oil. Fry until they are slightly brown. Let them cool for a bit before you serve them. Enjoy!!!

28 comments:

  1. Looks perfect snack for anytime for me...looks delicious

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  2. these look delish. can we bake it or it will break?

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  3. delicious ari vadas ...looks yummy n easy to prepare ...perfect tea time snack ...thanks for sharing

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  4. Wow...looks yummy nice snack dear...

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  5. Arivadas looks simply delicious Girls...

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  6. Crispy vadas looks awesome and irresistible..

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  7. I have tasted this one.. Looks scrumptious..

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  8. nice vada.. looka simply delish dear.. gr8 clicks too

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  9. Lovely crispy vadas look temptingly delicious.

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  10. njangal yithinnu neayi pathal ennu villikkum..kurachu koodi valluthu...

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  11. As Beena said, njangal pathal enna vilikkunne,.. But not that common at our place.. Looks perfect..

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  13. Adipoli!!! ippo kayikkan thonnunnu.
    Dear,
    Please collect an award from my blog

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  14. Vada looks so crispy and yummy. YUM!

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  15. Wow....Wonderful vada....

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    When you find time, do visit my blog...
    thanks.

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  16. Tempting vadaas. Doing in rice flour is new to me. I also enjoyed your rice ladoo. Great applause for all your recipe snaps.

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  17. hi, Hope u guys doing fine..was away from blogging, I missed out many of your recipes. Trying to get hold of everything very soon.arivada looks very crispy...feeling like to take a bite :)

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  18. Hi. Nice vadai perfect for an evening snack or a starter. I love such hassle free preparations.

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  19. love this kind of tea time snacks..looks great..

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  20. We make a similar vada, I love the taste of it nice pic and tempting!!!

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  21. Lovely vada,would love to have some...

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  22. yummy vadas. New recipe to me. sounds interesting and delicious.

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  23. hearing about it for first time :) lovely pics :)

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