Loving the caramelized onion flavors in this deep fried goody maddur vada!! It’s amazingly yummy and crispy.
I find few deep fried snacks that are closely associated with the name of a particular place. Between Mysore and Bangalore there lies a small town named maddur which happen to identify this awesome deep fried goody. This single snack is probably the most sold one in that town and all travelers between Mysore-Bangalore must have tasted this deliciousness during their journey.
I tried to recreate the same magic in my kitchen that turned to be super hit and I am already loving it. Snack foods have always been my favorite things which accompany my everyday meals, so I do lots of them with fancy touch and tweaks.
Maddur vada has semolina, rice flour and all purpose flour in adequate quantities, I mean it because if they are not used in proportions then vada can turn too hard or brittle or soggy. While making the dough, pouring in some hot oil definitely adds to overall crunchiness. The superstar ingredient of this recipe i.e onion is used in bit more quantity which when deep fried gets perfectly caramelized and just makes the snack rich taste-wise.
We have already rolled over to August month of 2016 and it is good to know that Monsoon is still ON. Rain and crispy deep fried goodies are made for each other. Right now if your hungry self crave for such a snack, head towards the kitchen and as the golden brown discs float in oil it’ll surely RAIN!!