How to Cook Bread Vadai -South Indian Snack

Dumpling, doughnut, fritter or however you call this dish-enjoy as breakfast or snack throughout the day. You do not need vegetables to have a meat free dish

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How to Cook Bread Vadai -South Indian Snack Recipe
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Grab your bread slices. Ideally day old bread. Cut them roughly as small as you can. Include the crust.

Grab your bread slices. Ideally day old bread. Cut them roughly as small as you can. Include the crust.

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Add yogurt. In absence of this leave one cup milk mixed with 1 tbsp white vinegar for 20 mins to stand before adding to the bread

Add yogurt. In absence of this leave one cup milk mixed with 1 tbsp white vinegar for 20 mins to stand before adding to the bread

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3
Give it a quick mix

Give it a quick mix

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Add onion, ginger, green chilli or dried red chilli, cilantro and curry leaves.

Add onion, ginger, green chilli or dried red chilli, cilantro and curry leaves.

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Add rice flour

Add rice flour

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Add baking soda and salt. Mix all these. The batter must be firm and sticky. I am after a batter that can hold its shape. Next I add the toasted ingredients

Add baking soda and salt. Mix all these. The batter must be firm and sticky. I am after a batter that can hold its shape. Next I add the toasted ingredients

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Dry roast cumin seeds

Dry roast cumin seeds

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Peanuts are optional. Dry roast them too

Peanuts are optional. Dry roast them too

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Add to the batter

Add to the batter

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Give it a final mix

Give it a final mix

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Heat vegetable oil in a wok. Now form the vadai as per video

Heat vegetable oil in a wok. Now form the vadai as per video

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Drain on absorbent paper

Drain on absorbent paper

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Serve it hot as it is. You may serve it with coriander chutney, coconut chutney, sambhar (vegetable & lentil stew), or yogurt.

Serve it hot as it is. You may serve it with coriander chutney, coconut chutney, sambhar (vegetable & lentil stew), or yogurt.

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Enjoy and give this a go. Traditional vadai is made with either urud dhal (black gram) or toor dhal (yellow pigeon peas). This bread vadai is a rather modern version.

Enjoy and give this a go. Traditional vadai is made with either urud dhal (black gram) or toor dhal (yellow pigeon peas). This bread vadai is a rather modern version.

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