Maddur vada or maddur vade recipe explained with step by step pictures. Maddur vada is prepared using maida, rava, rice flour and few spices. Maddur vada is a very popular tea time snacks, originated from a place called Maddur. Maddur is a small town near Mandya, Karnataka. The state highway 17, also known as "Mysore road" passes through this town. Because the recipe of the vada and its preparation originated in this town, the snack is named after this place. The fine and crispy taste of this maddur vada would make you add it to your list of favorite snacks.
If you ever travel by train or bus between Bengaluru and Mysuru, you will come across the vendors selling maddur vada. Both adults and kids wait eagerly for these vendors. Even I tasted my first ever Maddur vada when I was travelling from Mysuru to Bengaluru.
Maddur vada has a slightly hard crust and a soft core. The onion pieces in it elevate the taste of the vada. The flour and rawa proportions can be varied as per your taste. Add more maida to get soft maddur vadas and more rawa to get crispy vadas.
If you are looking for more Karnataka style snacks recipes then do check our stuffed mirchi bajji, crispy chili bajji, doddapatre bajji, kara kaddi, congress kadlekai, Aloo bonda, kayi vade and mangalore bajji recipes. Do check them also. Now let us get on to the maddur vada recipe.
Preparation time: 20 min
Cooking time: 10 min
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