Aug 15, 2008

Vaizhaipoo vadai recipe

Last two days,especially today was really busy for me. We were preparing for the Varalakshmi viratham which was celebrated in a nice manner today. I felt as if I was in India today as I had so many people visiting me for the Vethalai pakku/manja kungamam and I too visited many friends. So I had a wonderful time today. I could not find time to take photos of the food.
Time for today's recipe. I made this Vazhaipoo vadai last week. It was the first time I made something different with vazhaipoo instead of regular kootu and curry. This is how I made.
vazhaipoo vadai Ingredients-
Banana flowers- chopped fine. Refer here.
Chana dal- 1 cup
Onions- 1 sliced.
Coriander- Finely chopped.
Green chillies- 1/2 finely chopped
Haldi/turmeric powder- 1tsp
Salt- 1tsp
oil for deep frying.
Method-
Soak chana dal for 2 hours. Grind it coarsely. Add rest of the ingredients. Mix well. Deep fry them .
Serve hot with chutney.

18 comments:

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hi...
Vadai looks so good. YUM!... That was a nice pooja decoration.

notyet100 said...

again somethin with bananaflowers,.this again looks delicious,..good to knw ur pooja went well,..happy independence day too...

Cham said...

Love vazhai poo vada, but little lazy to buy and clean the flower :) Yummy!

Usha said...

Hey Sowmya,your vazhaipoo vadai looks delicious.Your kolam looks good too,how did you get the manjal color for that?Glad your pooja went off well :)

Sangeeth said...

My favourite Vada ....luv it...

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Kumudha said...

Vaizhaipoo vadai looks so tasty! I often make raw banana bondas!

Cynthia said...

I've never used banana flowers before.

Congratulations on making your first loaf of bread. It's a great feeling isn't it? :)

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SMN said...

Nice Pooja decoration and vadai looks yummy

Sukanya said...

Nice to know that you had a good Varalakshmi pooja celebration. The vazhapoo vadai looks awesome!!!

Ramya Bala said...

Wow..thats my fav vadai....lazy a bit to clean it up...u have tempted...

Purva Desai said...

Vazahaipoo Vadai looks really drooling and the rangoli is also neat..

Roma said...

I have never bought banana flowers till date. I need to go shopping. Nice vadai!

SriLekha said...

wow! its my all time favorite vadas!

Priti said...

Wow vadai looking so gud...love the kolam too...very nice..made in yellow colour?

Sireesha said...

Vadai looks Sooooooo Good and awesome!!That was a nice pooja decoration.

Dibs said...

Hi Sowmya...Came over from TOI.
I've been wanting to eat Vazhaipoo Vadai since I first heard of it in that mamooty-aishwarya rai movie! Interesting to know that its available in plenty in S'pore. Haven't seem them around here in aussie!

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