Pearl millets and spices come together in this wonderful Gujarati snack recipe to give you an addictive and delectable evening snack that goes wonderfully well with your hot masala chai. These wadas stay good in an air tight container for upto 2 weeks and can be had with a side of mango pickle or green chutney also! Ingredients 1 cup bajra flour (pearl millet flour) 2 tablespoon whole wheat flour 2 tablespoon curd (yogurt) 1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + ½ inch ginger - crushed to a paste 3 tsp chopped coriander leaves & white sesame seeds ¼ teaspoon turmeric & red chili powder ½ teaspoon coriander & cumin powder 1 tablespoon oil & oil for deep frying Sugar, Salt & Water as required Method: Making dough 1. Take 1 cup bajra flour in a mixing bowl and add 2 tbsp whole wheat flour. 2. Then add a paste of 1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + 1/2 inch ginger. Also add 3 tbsp chopped coriander leaves. 3. Now add the spices - 1/4 tsp turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp red chili powder, 1/2 tsp coriander powder, 1/2 tsp cumin powder, 3 tsp white sesame seeds, 1/2 tsp sugar and salt as per taste. 4. Then add 2 tbsp curd. With a spoon mix everything very well. 5. Add 1 tbsp oil. Again mix. Then add 2 tbsp water and mix again. 6. Add 1 to 2 tbsp more of the water and knead the dough. Do add more water if required. Total 4.5 tbsp will be needed. 7. Knead to a smooth dough. Make a dough which is not very soft nor too tight. 8. Cover and keep aside the bajra dough for minimum 30 minutes. 9. Make small to medium sized balls from the dough. 10. Rub little water in your palms and shape each ball into a vada or patty. The patty should be thinner than an aloo tikki. 11. Heat oil and fry the vadas till it turns golden brown. Take them out on paper towels and serve hot or warm. Accompany the vadas with fresh or spiced curd/yogurt or with evening Tea.

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Pearl millets and spices come together in this wonderful Gujarati snack recipe to give you an addictive and delectable evening snack that goes wonderfully well with your hot masala chai. These wadas stay good in an air tight container for upto 2 weeks and can be had with a side of mango pickle or green chutney also!
Ingredients
1 cup bajra flour (pearl millet flour)
2 tablespoon whole wheat flour
2 tablespoon curd (yogurt)
1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + ½ inch ginger - crushed to a paste
3 tsp chopped coriander leaves & white sesame seeds
¼ teaspoon turmeric & red chili powder
½ teaspoon coriander & cumin powder
1 tablespoon oil & oil for deep frying
Sugar, Salt & Water as required

Method:

Making dough
1. Take 1 cup bajra flour in a mixing bowl and add 2 tbsp whole wheat flour. 2. Then add a paste of 1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + 1/2 inch ginger. Also add 3 tbsp chopped coriander leaves.
3. Now add the spices - 1/4 tsp turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp red chili powder, 1/2 tsp
coriander powder, 1/2 tsp cumin powder, 3 tsp white sesame seeds, 1/2 tsp sugar and salt as per taste.
4. Then add 2 tbsp curd. With a spoon mix everything very well.
5. Add 1 tbsp oil. Again mix. Then add 2 tbsp water and mix again.
6. Add 1 to 2 tbsp more of the water and knead the dough. Do add more water if
required. Total 4.5 tbsp will be needed.
7. Knead to a smooth dough. Make a dough which is not very soft nor too tight.
8. Cover and keep aside the bajra dough for minimum 30 minutes.
9. Make small to medium sized balls from the dough.
10. Rub little water in your palms and shape each ball into a vada or patty. The patty should be thinner than an aloo tikki.
11. Heat oil and fry the vadas till it turns golden brown. Take them out on paper towels and serve hot or warm. Accompany the vadas with fresh or spiced curd/yogurt or with evening Tea.

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Pearl millets and spices come together in this wonderful Gujarati snack recipe to give you an addictive and delectable evening snack that goes wonderfully well with your hot masala chai. These wadas stay good in an air tight container for upto 2 weeks and can be had with a side of mango pickle or green chutney also! Ingredients 1 cup bajra flour (pearl millet flour) 2 tablespoon whole wheat flour 2 tablespoon curd (yogurt) 1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + ½ inch ginger - crushed to a paste 3 tsp chopped coriander leaves & white sesame seeds ¼ teaspoon turmeric & red chili powder ½ teaspoon coriander & cumin powder 1 tablespoon oil & oil for deep frying Sugar, Salt & Water as required Method: Making dough 1. Take 1 cup bajra flour in a mixing bowl and add 2 tbsp whole wheat flour. 2. Then add a paste of 1 green chili + 2 garlic cloves + 1/2 inch ginger. Also add 3 tbsp chopped coriander leaves. 3. Now add the spices - 1/4 tsp turmeric powder, 1/4 tsp red chili powder, 1/2 tsp coriander powder, 1/2 tsp cumin powder, 3 tsp white sesame seeds, 1/2 tsp sugar and salt as per taste. 4. Then add 2 tbsp curd. With a spoon mix everything very well. 5. Add 1 tbsp oil. Again mix. Then add 2 tbsp water and mix again. 6. Add 1 to 2 tbsp more of the water and knead the dough. Do add more water if required. Total 4.5 tbsp will be needed. 7. Knead to a smooth dough. Make a dough which is not very soft nor too tight. 8. Cover and keep aside the bajra dough for minimum 30 minutes. 9. Make small to medium sized balls from the dough. 10. Rub little water in your palms and shape each ball into a vada or patty. The patty should be thinner than an aloo tikki. 11. Heat oil and fry the vadas till it turns golden brown. Take them out on paper towels and serve hot or warm. Accompany the vadas with fresh or spiced curd/yogurt or with evening Tea. #BajriWada #Wada #Snacks #Healthy #HomemadeFood #FoodLover #Foodie #recipeofinstragram #recipes #recipe #recipeoftheday #recipeshare #easyrecipes #healthyrecipes #recipeideas #recipesharing #quickrecipes #foodism #homechefs #homechefs_india #recipeoftheweek #recipechallenge #recipetotry #trythisrecipe #foodismxyz

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