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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Baked Methi na Vada / Baked Fenugreek Crisp

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Yes I am nuts, try to baked and eat healthy food, but nothing wrong in it, if I don't succeed , will try again. But for this dish first time I was good, only thing was it was not shape perfect circle. Well , if I have to make it the way we make roti, still it wont be circle. so nothing to worry but if you are perfectionist, you can make circle.  My blog is to give ideas to you guys, to make food and nice pictures its your work, if you try any of my dishes then. Don't know how many of you ever tried my food. Well I tried some of yours. Anyway , back to this dish, its eaten as snack or with tea during winter in Gujarat. Its believe that during winter if you eat Bajri (millet) and Methi or any other greens (fenugreek leaves) its very good for you and winter is a season to store good things in your body to survive summer and rainy season. So this vada you can deep fry it too .

Ingredients :

1 cup chopped methi leaves (fenugreek leaves)
2 cups Bajri flour (millet flour
1 cup Whole wheat flour
1 tsp. ginger , garlic and green chili paste
1/2 cup plain yogurt
2 tbsp. pickle masala
1 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. each red chili powder, turmeric powder, cumin - coriander powder
1 tsp. sugar or grated jaggery
salt to taste
2 tbsp. oil


Method:

Take a bowl and all ingredients and make nice dough.
Leave it aside for 10 minutes.
By that time pre heat the oven at 425F.
Grease a baking dish with nice layer of oil.
Take one round ball and apply oil in your hand.
Pat it with other hand and make thin round.
alternatively you can put it on your fingers and pat it with other hand fingers too.
Put it on baking dish.
Bake it till its got nice reddish color. turn in between so its cook from other side too.
Leave it on the dish till its get cold. Enjoy it with hot cup of tea, pickle or as it is.
Instead of baking, You can deep fry it too once everything is ready.


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26 comments:

  1. wow such an guilt free and flavorful snack :) looks yummy !!

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    1. Thanks Manjula, it is, we finish up all in one day.

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  2. Delicious snack, and I like the way you made it healthier by baking it :)

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    1. we don't like to eat fry things a lot, so baking was easy and healthy option too.

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  3. Tasty healthy snack. All the goodness of Bajra and methi. So healthy dish dear

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  4. Let's forget about the shape and enjoy the deliciousness.

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  5. Delicious snack. and loved that you have baked it rather than regular deep frying.

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  6. Love them!! Thanks for sharing this idea of baking them...

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  7. basically u avoid deep frying...thats wht u mean right ...i m going to try ur ww pav bread this week .def whole lot of baked goodness in this vada.

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    1. after making all, instead of frying you can bake them together.

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  8. Healthy snack, looks delicious..

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  9. delicious, very clear instruction, thanks for sharing

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    1. Thanks Amallia and welcome back to my space.

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  10. Healthy and perfect snack for tea !

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  11. Baked is so much healthier than fried.They look delicious.

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  12. Crispy and yummy tea time snack,healthy version

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  13. baked version is always healthy... perfettooo

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  14. I love vada so much, but my husband and I are trying to eat healthier, so baked vada sounds great. How long did you bake them on each side? I didn't see that.

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  15. I love vada so much, but my husband and I are trying to eat healthier, so baked vada sounds great. How long did you bake them on each side? I didn't see that.

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