Lets enter in to the food zone of Northern part of Karnataka through this jhunka vadi. Because today I have brought this delicacy for you. It’s an amazing side dish which can exclusively pair with sorghum rotti and chapati. Nevertheless, this staple food of North Karnataka has been very popular because of it’s simplicity. And the recipe demands no fancy ingredients of any kind. Damn easy and quick recipe which takes maximum 20 minutes.
Jhunka vadi can be exclusive choice in certain situations. Like say, when you open your refrigerator and find an empty vegetable tray with nothing suitable for a side dish. May be the weekends just passed by without any vegetable shopping. This happens most of the times at my home because some days are so pre occupied. But as the week begins, the cooking should go on like the way it used to be. In such cases, I turn towards legumes, lentils or to gram flour. Yes, gram flour is my best friend and cooking with it, is really easy.
Second situation possibly can be time constraint. At times, when you are in emergency of some quick side dish but find no time for an elaborated one, then jhunka vadi can rescue you. An yummy side dish whipped up within 15-20 minutes pretty well satisfies your tastebuds. So here you go=>