Vada Pav

Vada Pav... is a very popular street food,my hubby is very found of this dish.He used to have this very often and he misses it a lot and keeps on telling me about it.Recently we went to an Indian Restraunt and he saw this Vada Pav in the menu and ordered it but he was disappointed with the tast,so I decided to make this and surprise him.Made it yesterday in the evening and served him after he came from office...he was surprised to see this and I got the expected expression and simle on his face for which I was waiting. Aloo vada called as Batata vada served in between Pav Buns that are spiced up with red chutney,green chutney and sweet chutney.I give the recipe here
Ingridents:
For making Aloo Vada:
Aloo:3 no(boiled n mashed)
Onion:1/2(Finely chopped)
Cumin seeds:1 spn
Chilli Powder: To taste
Mustard Seeds n Urad dal(Optional)
Turmeric powder:1/2 spn
Curry leaves:6-7
Green Peas:1/4 cup
Oil:2 spns
For making Batter:
Besan:1 cup
Rice flour:1 spn
Salt to taste
Oil:for deep frying vadas
Procedure:
For making Batata Vada:
1.Take a bowl and add besan,salt,rice clour,chillipowder and a pinch of baking soda add water
and make it into a smooth batter with no lumps and put aside
2.now put a pan on flame and add oil when hot add cumin seeds when they splatter add mustard seeds and urad dal,when the turn golden brown add the chopped onions ,fry till transculate and add curry leaves,turmeric powder and now add in the mashed potatoes and green peas,salt and mix well,fry for 3-4 mins and swtich off the flame,let it cool.
3.Heat oil for frying Aloo vada.Mean while take some aloo masala and make them into discs andrepeat it to make as many as u want.
4.Dip these aloo masala discs in the besan batter and put them in hot oil and fry on both sides till
they turn golden brown and place them on a tissue paper so that it absorbs extra oil from Vada.
Fry few green chillies in the same hot oil as they goes gud with the vada.
Green Chutney:
Coriander:3 spns(Chopped)
Mint:2 spns(Chopped)
Salt:To taste
Green Chillies:3 no
Procedure:
Blend all the above ingridents mentioned above to make into a smooth paste,add few drops of
water but dont make it too watery.
Red Chutney:
Dry coconut Powder:1/2 cup
Red chillies/Chilli Powder:To taste
Salt:To taste
Peanuts:Fistful(Optional)
Procedure:
Dry roast all the above ingridents,let the mixture cool and blend it to a smooth paste by adding
few drops of water.
Sweet Chutney:
Dates:3 no(soaked in water for 30 mins)
Tamrind jucie:2 spns
Salt:To taste
Jaggery/Sugar:1/2 spn(Optional)
Procedure:
Blend all the above ingridents by adding water,make it to a smooth paste.
Assembling Vada Pav:
1.Take a Pav bun cut it in the middle and make sure that the bread is not seprated,apply green chutney to one side of the pav bun n red chutney to other side of the bun,now put in the made Batata Vada and apply little sweet chutney on top of the vada,add few chopped onions and close the Pav Bun.
2.Adding sweet chutney is optional,add little karam podi if u like.Serve it with fried green chillies.If u have Pav buns ready u can make this Vada Pav for a different taste and it looks like a Burger...Click here to check the Recipe for Pav Buns in my blog.
Sharing this recipe for Sunday Snacks - Chaats/Indian Street Food at All Thingz Yummy by Pallavi.

and sharing few more recipes for the same event like Masala Vada, Sabudana Vada, Tomato Bajji, Gunta Punugulu.

6 comments:

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Pav with a twist uhh!!! Looks great!!!

Pavithra said...

Vada pav is looking so yummy kavya.. first time here love all ur dishesh.. me too in LA.

Divya Vikram said...

Looks yummy!

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow this is my favourite....Looks droolworthy....

Priti said...

Looks so yum...I would smile also if you give tht to me ;P

Parita said...

Oh my i love wada pavs..your looks perfect..i remember having it in bombay outside the famous mithibai college :)