Maddur vadai – karnataka special recipe

I have tasted these vadais during my train journeys from Bangalore to Mysore. It used to taste really delicious,crunchy though a bit oily. I was looking for the recipe and I finally found it Jaya Shenoy’s Dakshin bharat dishes cook book. I made them this weekend and was really good.

I am sending this to Anisheetu who is hosting SWC karnataka this month.

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  1. Soak chana dal for an hour and then drain the water. Add the chopped cabbage and coconut gratings in it. Grind them together to a coarse paste. Then add sesame seeds ,green chillies and salt and mix well. Make small balls of desired size with the paste. Flatten them and deep fry. Serve hot.
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Time for some awards-

Lakshmi, Sireesha and Uma have passed me the "Brilliante Weblog award" . Thanks a lot . I am so glad to receive it.

I would like to pass this award to Asha, Cynthia, Rosie,Chawanmushi, Maria, Sefa firdaus and Lisa.

Uma has also passed me these two beautiful awards.

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33 thoughts on “Maddur vadai – karnataka special recipe”

  1. Vadia looking so gud..yes it does reminds our Indian train journey :)..Congrats for all the wonderful awards you receive and Thanks for passing to me 🙂

  2. congrats on your awards. Vada looks crisp n yumm..we call ambode in Mysore. Thanks for thinking of me for those beautiful awards, will pass it soon.

  3. The Maddur vadai looks so yummy and crispy, wish i could grab a bite..Thanks a lot for the awards, they really mean a lot to me

  4. Maddur vadai looks yummy:)

    So sweet of you to pass those cute awards to me… will post it tomorrow. Thanks Sowmi!

  5. Vada looks crispy and yumm yumm….Good evening snack to have with garam chai.

    Thanks a ton dear for the cute awards:))

  6. maddur vadai looks really tempting…
    Congrats for all the awards you deserve them…

    You ve a Friendship to be cherished on my blog….grab it..

  7. hey u reminded me of my train journeys too, i did tried it earlier too, but that taste never came, now ‘ll try urs version..
    Congrats for ur awards..

  8. HiI am looking at gifting Jaya Shenoys book to my mom. Can you help me with details of where i can buy it please?RegardsVishal K

  9. Hi Vishal, This book must be available in any of the reputed bookshops anywhere in India. Where do you stay? Will let you know the exact place from where to buy..

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