Sunday, December 02, 2007

Cabbage Vadai

Vadai with Vegetable.
No need to add Onions.
Great tea time snack.

Ingredients Needed: (Makes 16 to 18 vadais)
1. Urad dal 1 cup (Soak in water for 1 hour)
2. Rice flour 2 tsp
3. Gram flour 2 tsp (Kadalai Maavu)
4. Salt to taste
5. Ghee 1 tsp
6. Finely chopped green chillies 2 (according to taste)
7. Hing
8. Cumin seeds, (jeera) 1/2 tsp
9. Curry leaves
10. Finely chopped coriander leaves
11. Main ingredient of this vadai, Chopped Cabbage 1/2 cup
12. Oil to deep fry
13. Grated Ginger
1. Grind Urad dal with minimum water, till frothy.
2. Add Chopped Green chillies, Curryleaves, Coriander Leaves, Chopped Ginger, Cumin seeds, Salt, Cabbage, Rice flour and Gram flour to the Urad Dal Batter and Mix well.
3. Make Vadai and Deep Fry in oil till golden Brown.

Cabbage Vadai

** Cabbage Vada is an excellent Party dish.**


Vcuisine said...

A timely snack MT and the halwa looks great. Viji

Latha said...

wow MT, you're on vadai spree:) first keerai now with cabbage. Great. I tried your recipe for udupi sambar... very tasty.

Latha said...

wow MT, you're on vadai spree:) first keerai now with cabbage. Great. I tried your recipe for udupi sambar... very tasty.

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Looks Yummy MT,I love cabbage vadai and the cabbage tastes just like onioon in this vadai!!

Daily Meals said...

Cabbage vadai look great!

easycrafts said...

Cabbage vada tastes great..i have tried them is a perfect substitute for those u dont eat onions

TBC said...

That looks very good, MT. I've made this once and it was really good:-)

Laavanya said...

Why are you tempting me so MT.. first the spinach vadai and now this fabulous looking cabbage vadai. Can't wait to try this.

USHA said...

Hi MT,

Cabbage Vadai sounds interesting.Looks very delicious.

swapna susarla said...

my mouth here is watering MT.i am immediately returning from ur blog as i am doing fasting today!!:-(
ur vada is making me to stop my fasting.

Linda said...

Hi MT, it's so icy cold and windy here, I really wish I could have a plate of those yummy cabbage vadai with my hot coffee! This is going straight to the top of my deep-frying wish-list!! :)

Maya Shanbhag said...

The vadas look really perfect..Nice recipes in ur site :)

DEEPA said...

excellent snack item ....must give it a try lady it ....yummy yummy

Seena said...

Very yummy looking vadas..Hadn't visited this blog it!

Latha Narasimhan said...

Love these vadas! My aunt is an expert in koos vadai and seeing your perfect vadas I am reminded of her preparation! :) Nice snack for winter!

Mythreyee said...

Wow! Cabbage Vadai...this reminds me of my friend. She makes vadai with anything and everything. Looks wonderful. Best part, no onion. I like it.

Prajusha said...

cabbage vada looks yummy yummy.

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Ramya said...

Hi MT,
Cabbage vadai looks delicious. Will try for New year. I have already tried your Kai Murukku, Moong dhal halwa and Jangiri. Taste was really good..except for its shape...which i need to practice :)

kalpana said...

Hi MT, i tried ur cabbage vadai and vatha kulambhu..both came out very well! Thx for sharing! :)

Shankari said...

hmmm it looks yum. I half of a red cabbage that needs some help..cabbage here I come.Thanks for the recipe MT

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Wow...looks yum!! Never had it before but this does need a try

Mythreyee said...

Dear MT,

Wish you and your family a wonderful New Year 2008 !

Best wishes and season's greetings from,


sri said...

cabbage vadai is new to me. But it looks beautiful. Really mouthwatering recipe. Thanks for sharing