RajgaroTil Vada





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These crunchy and heavenly delicious vada/donuts, absolutely straight away melts in your mouth. Very hard to resist for anyone, simply satisfy one's soul. These gluten free, sweet, spicy and lightly tangy donuts leaves your tummy full but tongue craves for more. They are equally good as sabudana vada and so much fun to eat. The soft and fluffy potatoes lends pure heartiness where peanuts and sesame seeds provides occasional crunchiness, while these soft and fluffy donuts been fried in a hot oil, and it's aroma makes the family members dribble impatiently. I assure you that these farari donuts will give you as much pleasure as a driving experience of  a farrari!








You will need :-
  • 200 - 225 g Rajgaro - Rajgara ( Amaranth ) flour
  • 3 medium size boiled, peeled and mashed potato
  • 2 tbsp. soaked sabudana ( sago pearls )
  • 2 tbsp. roasted and lightly crushed peanuts
  • 4-5 tbsp. sesame seeds
  • 2-3 tbsp. fried ratalu or suran ( pink yam or elephant foot yam pieces ) - optional
  • 1tbsp plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • 2 tbsp. crushed green chilli ginger ( more or less )
  • 2 tbsp. freshly chopped coriander
  • Pinch citric acid - limbu na phool
  • Salt to taste or Sendha namak
  • Oil for deep fry
Method :-
Place all the above ingredients except oil in a big bowl and combine everything.
It should be soft pliable dough.
Heat oil in a kadai over a medium heat.
Take a golf size of batter and make a equal size balls and leave it a side.
Lightly wet your palms, take one ball in a palm, slightly press and make a hole in a centre with a thumb , it will be look like a donut , roll into sesame seeds and slowly slide that donut into hot oil.
Fry the vadas till they turn golden brown, slowly remove them with slotted spoon.
Repeat with remain batter.
Serve hot with Plain yogurt or coriander and mint chutney.
Enjoy !


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Yield: 18-20 vadaPin it

Rajgiro Til Vada

prep time: 40 minscook time: 30 minstotal time: 70 mins
These crunchy and heavenly delicious vada/ doughnuts absolutely straight away melt in your mouth.

ingredients:

  • 200 - 225 g Rajgaro - Rajgara ( Amaranth ) flour
  • 3 medium size boiled, peeled and mashed potato
  • 2 tbsp. soaked sabudana ( sago pearls )
  • 2 tbsp. roasted and lightly crushed peanuts
  • 4-5 tbsp. sesame seeds
  • 2-3 tbsp. fried ratalu or suran ( pink yam or elephant foot yam pieces ) - optional
  • 1tbsp plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • 2 tbsp. crushed green chilli ginger ( more or less )
  • 2 tbsp. freshly chopped coriander
  • Pinch citric acid - limbu na phool
  • Salt to taste or Sendha namak
  • Oil for deep fry

instructions:

Place all the above ingredients except oil in a big bowl and combine everything.
It should be soft pliable dough.
Heat oil in a kadai over a medium heat.
Take a golf size of batter and make equal size balls and leave it aside.
Lightly wet your palms, take one ball in a palm, slightly press and make a hole in a centre with a thumb , it will be look like a donut , roll into sesame seeds and slowly slide that donut into chilli-gingerhot oil.
Fry the vadas till they turn golden brown, slowly remove them with slotted spoon.
Repeat with remain batter.
Serve hot with Plain yogurt or coriander and mint chutney.
Enjoy !
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8 comments

  1. Very interesting recipe , you say fried ratalu so do you deep fry and them add to mixture??? Can it be added just boiled and mashed??

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    1. interesting q Nayna...no you have to fry ratalu because boiled one gets too much slimy and batter goes very sticky, however you can omit ratalu if you want.

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  2. They look awesome and so are the clicks .. will make them in India when I visit next.

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  3. New one fr me Jagruti...luvd the clicks too..i had the same doubt as Nayna asked..it gt cleared :)

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  4. Looks awsome... Can they be baked by any chance :) i am not that great at frying hence asked.

    thanks,

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  5. Manasi
    I am afraid , this vadas only tastes great fried.

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  6. Higһly energetic post, I enjoyed that a lot. Wiⅼl there
    be a part 2?

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