Mumbai’s very own burger. The vada is made of a spicy potato filling deep fried in a gram flour batter. Along with hot and spicy garlic chutney. Learn how to make the famous Vada Pav at the comfort of your home.
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Vada Pav Ingredients:
Batata Vada (Serves 12 nos)
400 gms potatoes (boiled)
1 tbsp garlic green chilly crushed
1 tsp mustard seeds
a pinch of asafoetida
1/4 tsp turmeric powder
10 nos curry leaves
2 tbsp coriander leaves
salt as required
1.5 cups gram flour
½ cup water or as required
salt as required
for red chutney
3 tbsp red chili powder
10-12 garlic cloves
Salt as required
Fritters from the remaining batter
First, let’s make the Batata Vada, for that Heat the Oil in a Pan. When the oil heats up add mustard seeds, asafoetida, curry leaves and garlic green chilly crushed.
Once the garlic turns onto golden color, switch off the flame, add turmeric powder, coriander leaves, Salt and finally Chopped potatoes. Mix them well and your Bata vada mixture is done and ready.
Now for the Batter, Take some gram flour add salt, water and make a thin batter. Now shape the Bata Vada mixture into lemon shape ball, then fry them with Oil on medium flame to get a crisp and golden color. After Bata Vada is done, transfer them to the plate.
Now finally for the chutney, Use the remaining fritters pour them in the pan till it get crisp. Now grind the Fritters with garlic cloves, red chili powder & salt.
So your Vada Pav and chutney are ready to eat with the Pav.
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Host: Varun Inamdar
Vada pav, alternatively spelled Wada Pao, is a vegetarian fast food dish native to the state of Maharashtra. The dish consists of a deep-fried potato dumpling placed inside a bread bun (pav) sliced almost in half through the middle. It is generally accompanied by one or more chutneys and green chili pepper. Although it originated as cheap street food in Mumbai, it is now served in food stalls and restaurants across India. It is also called Bombay burger in keeping with its origins and its resemblance in physical form to a burger. One of the favorite snacks in Maharashtra, vada pav is claimed to be a part of the culture of Marathis