Monday, April 20, 2009

VERMICELLI VADA (SEMIYA VADAI)


Ingredients

Vermicelli- 2 cups
Onion-1 ea(finely chopped)
G.chillies-2 ea(finely chopped)
Ginger-2 tsp(grated)
Gram flour-1 cup
Rice flour-1 tbsp
Yoghurt-1 cup
Curry leaves-1 sprig
Salt- to taste
Oil- for frying

Method

Mix all ingredients .

Yoghurt is enough to make a dough, if not add little bit water.

Press in your palm to flatten it & deep fry in Oil.

Serve hot with any kinda chutneys or Tomato ketchup.

35 comments:

  1. never made vermicelli vada. looks so good and yummy.

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  2. Very interesting recipe with vermicelly looks yummy!

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  3. super pu priya..kalakara ;)hehhe dialog mariduchu ;) supera irukey...kandippa ithu nee thaan panina i trust u :)

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  4. This is looking good! I have never tried ,tasted either like this! Thanks for the recipe!

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  5. wow very intresting priya nice color too yum yum

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  6. Hai srikar the vada looks yummy.I got small doubt u add directly the semiya or u boiled it.

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  7. Hi Sri,
    Didn't know they make vada from vermicelli :) this is amazing...curious about the taste factor :)looks interesting though,thanks for sharing the recipe.
    Pls collect ur award from my blog dear...I'll be glad if u will :)
    TC

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  8. soo yummy - you are tempting me :)

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  9. yummy bondas..
    confused with vermecelli..is it cooked or not??

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  10. sounds simple and easy to make. looks great.

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  11. Thats a great snacks Sri...looks yum!

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  12. Hi ALL.. thxs for ur comments..
    Vineelasiva & prathibha -that is raw vermicelli. no need to boil .

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  13. looks crispy and yummy....i too have it my draft....

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  14. never thought of vadas with semiya..sounds good..

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  15. Innovative idea Sri... Lovely vadas gotta try these for sure... they have come out really well and look crispy too...

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  16. I bet they are very crunchy with fried noodles, looks yum! :)

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  17. A very good evening snack. Looks yummy.

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  18. I had these vadas once at my friends place and they were yummy. Thanks for the recipe Its raining here so just the perfect timing for these vadas. Thanks again.

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  19. Wow Very nice and interesting. Looks so good. Will try this.

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  20. Looking crispy and yummy sri...

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  21. Supera irukku priya... Crispy vada makes me drool... :P

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  22. Vadai with vermicelli. Very interesting. Will have to give this one a try.

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  23. Wow vadai using vermicelli! Looks crispy and yummy :)

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  24. Looks so yummy and interesting recipe.

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  25. Interesting..looks very gud..

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  26. Never heard of this one..Sounds intesting...Will surely give a try sometime..

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  27. woo unique recipe..looks tempting..

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  28. Oh wow..Semiya vadai is new to me..Looks so yum!!Can't wait to try this :)

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  29. Sounds new & interesting. very tempting & will try soon.

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  30. i have never made vermicelli vada before.. looks really interesting and yummy...

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  31. very innovative. sounds yum!

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  32. Hi Sri, Glad to see your blog which features vegetarian dishes. Surely you must have access to lots of innovative recipes since your husband is a chef by profession and travels across the globe. Vermicelli vadas seem so innovative, and that too with a procedure which is so simple and instant! I can imagine how tasty the vermicelli would become - crisp and crunchy on frying.

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