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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Mutton Spicy Vada( Muttonkari Vadai)

Vada can be made with Lentils,Uraddal,Peanuts, Chickpeas,Spinach,Yam,Raw Banana Flower,Soya Chunks,Paneer and with Mutton,Chicken etc.This Mutton Vada can be taken as a Side-dish with Rice and Sambar or as a Teatime Snack.Very easy to do.No pre-cooking of minced Mutton is required.Try this tasty dish at home and drop ur feedback.Enjoy ur Meal!. Bon Appetit!.

Mutton Spicy Vada - Muttonkari Vadai


150gm minced mutton -cleaned well with 1/4 tsp turmeric powder
70gm split besan dal(pori or pottu kadalai)
2 tbsp besan flour or Aachi Bajji-bonda Mix
1 Onion  - finely chopped
3/4 tsp fennel seeds
10 black pepper corns
1/2 tsp garam masala(or curry masala)
1/2 tsp salt -to taste
1 sprig curry leaves
2 tsp coriander leaves-chopped
200ml refined oil
2 tsp corn flour


1.Pulse the minced mutton for 5 secs once without adding water.
2.Take that out and add split besan dal,fennel seeds,curry leaves,pepper-corns,garam masala and salt(without adding water).Mix this well and Pulse this 2-3 times till turns into a fine paste using mixer-grinder.
3.Mix the minced mutton,the pulsed spices,chopped coriander and Curry leaves,chopped onion,besan flour and  corn flour.Mix this well.Shape this into balls and flatten it like vada.
4.Heat oil in a kadai and deep-fry the flattened Mutton Vada till it turns brown(for 2-3 mins/side ) on good flame.
5.Serve this as tea-time snack with tomato ketch-up or as a side-dish for rice with sambar or Rasam or Curd.


khushi said...

nice recipe...hey why don't you send it to my event??
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MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...
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MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Sure Khushi,I will send the link tonight.

Neha said...

Hi...Very nice recipe

Anne said...

I make this. Everyone loves it at home! But I also add an egg as this helps in binding everything together.

MyKitchen Flavors-BonAppetit!. said...

Thanks a lot Neha!. Luv ur recipes 2.
@ Anne,Thanks for ur Tips Anne.its good to add a beaten egg or cornflour or breadcrumbs or maida flour for binding Vada,Tikki,Kebab and Cutlet.