Friday, 29 April 2016


This is also an authentic delicacy of South India. Banana flowers are main ingredients in this vadai. 
This vadai is so crispy and tasty. The process of making this yummy vadai is very easy. Once you taste it, this crispy vadai will become your most favorite teatime snack.


Banana flowers one cup
Chana dal  (Vattu paruppu) one cup
Bellary onion two
Curry leaves one sprig
Fennel seeds one spoon
Green chillies four
shredded ginger one tablespoon
Coriander leaves chopped
Mint leaves (optional) half cup
Coriander leaves chopped half cup
Cooking oil to deep fry
Salt to taste


Wash the chana dal and soak for three hours.
Drain water completely. Set aside.
Grease the hands with half spoon of coconut oil to separate each flower from the bunch.
Remove the stigma and transparent petiole of the banana flowers.
Chop the flowers., coriander leaves.
Chop the bellary onions, green chillies, curry leaves, mint leaves .
Peel off the ginger and shred .
Grind the chana dal, banana flower bits with required salt and fennel seeds.
Don't add water. Just blend them coarsely.
Transfer the coarse batter into a bowl.
Add the onions, curry leaves, green chillies, coriander leaves, mint leaves and shredded ginger.
Incorporate them into the batter.
Make them balls. You will get medium sized fourteen balls.
Heat the oil to the deep frying temperature.
Make them flat rounds( vadais) in your palm and drop them gently.
You can fry five to six vadais at a time. 
Deep fry so as to get both sides turn golden brown.
When the oil bubbles ceased to less, drain them and collect them in a bowl.

Yummy crispy vazahipoo vadais are ready to enjoy.

Easy to make..!  So simple...! highly nutritional..! fast cooking..! in the unique method..! Try it and turn back..!

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