Savala Vada …Its a pure nadan tea time snack recipe ..In my village it is called as thula vada ..But I came to know that it has got 2 other names also ..Savala vada and mulaku vada ..Don`t know about other names … ;) Its so easy to make and got a nice taste also ..So here comes my favorite vadas recipe
All purpose Flour/Maida -1cup
Big Onion /savala-1(chopped finely)
Green chilly-3(chopped finely)
Ginger -1tsp(chopped nicely)
Curry leaves-1 string(chopped)
Yeast or baking soda -1/4tsp
Add 1/4tsp of yeast in quarter glass of luke warm water and mix well .Keep this aside for about 10 minutes .After 10 minutes add all purpose flour ,chopped green chilly ,ginger ,1tsp of oil,curry leaves ,onion ,salt and yeast mix into a bowl .Mix well ..Add enough water to make a dough ..It need to be bit watery than chappathi mix ..Pour 2 tbsp of oil on top of the dough .Tightly close the bowl and keep aside the dough for minimum 2 hours .(or u can use1/4tsp of baking soda instead of yeast ).Then again mix well.
Now divide the dough into small small balls ..Apply oil or water to the palm of your hands and shape dough into the shape of uzhunnu vada (press each balls between ur palms and make a round shape and make whole in the center using finger .
Heat oil in a kadai .Deep fry the vada in hot oil.When it become golden brown and crisp remove from the oil and drain .Serve with chutney or tomato sauce ..
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