Ulli Vada

Ulli Vada is a crispy tea-time snack, very popularly served in almost all tea stalls ranging through Kerala public roads. During monsoons, Ulli Vada tastes heavenly with a cup of piping hot tea. Relishing simple pleasures in life is affordable and comfortable for the general masses. Ulli Vada is a fried vada made with thinly sliced onions and thick maida gram flour batter.

Ulli Vada is crispy and fluffy on the outside and soft inside. Mix together sliced onions with gram flour, maida and other ingredients to make a thick batter. You should be able to round the batter in your hand palm and make a hole in centre. Fry the Ulli Vada in hot boiling oil to a crispy golden brown colour. Cherishing a plate of fried Ulli Vadas with onion chutney is simply nostalgic.

Ulli Vada

Ulli Vada

Ulli Vada is a crispy tea-time snack, very popularly served in almost all tea stalls ranging through Kerala public roads. During monsoons, Ulli Vada tastes heavenly with a cup of piping hot tea. Relishing simple pleasures in life is affordable and comfortable for the general masses. Ulli Vada is a fried vada made with thinly sliced onions and thick maida gram flour batter.

Ulli Vada is crispy and fluffy on the outside and soft inside. Mix together sliced onions with gram flour, maida and other ingredients to make a thick batter. You should be able to round the batter in your hand palm and make a hole in centre. Fry the Ulli Vada in hot boiling oil to a crispy golden brown colour. Cherishing a plate of fried Ulli Vadas with onion chutney is simply nostalgic.

Category : Snacks, Pure-Vegetarian

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By Sunitha Fernandez

Published On: 31 Aug 2011

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10 Minutes
Served : 4
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

For preparing ulli vada, mix thinly sliced onions, ginger, garlic, green chillies, coriander leaves, turmeric powder, chilly powder, gram flour, maida, salt and water to make a thick sticky batter.

Step 2

Heat oil in a frying pan.

Step 3

Scoop the mixture and fry it on low flame till it becomes golden brown and crispy.

Step 4

Ulli vada is ready. Serve hot with ketchup.

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