Vathal, Vadam varieties

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  1. Tulasi

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    Vadam varieties

    Dear krishnaamma,

    Thank you for all the recipes you post. I will try the vadiam recipes this summer I really like them

    thanks again
     
  2. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi Tulasi,

    Thank you in advance.:) Enjoy while making vadam and vathals, let us not waste the sun light.
     
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    Namaskara Krishnaamma,

    First of all I would like to thank you for all the recipes you have been posting :2thumbsup: . Its indeed a treasure for all of us here.

    If I am not wrong the vathals or vadams are called Sendige in Kannada. Inspite of getting all readymade stuffs these days from the markets, I feel home mades are more tastier. I shall surely try making many of these during the summer.

    Thanks a ton again. Waiting for more to come......

    Regards,
    Anurekha
     
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    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi

    Hi Anurekha,

    I think it is called as 'Sendige ' only. In Telegu also they call like this is it not?
    Try and give me your feed back. Thank you for mailing. I will put more and more recipe for you.:)

    Bye for now.
     
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    Dear Krishnamma

    In telugu vathal or vadams are called vadialu or vadiams.

    Love
    Varudhini
     
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    hi! read ur vathal recipies it is a great job by you:goodidea:
     
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    Hi Varudhini, & Viji,


    Thank you for your Feed Back ladies.:)
     
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    dear krishnaamma,

    what is kuzhu mavu ? how to prepare?


    Leela..
     
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    hi

    hi Leela,

    I have given in my 2nd post of this thread about kuzhu mavu. Please click here to know about that. That is the basic 'mavu' to prepare many varities of vathal and vadams.

    Ok? now clear?:)
     
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    Bitter gourd vathal


    1 kg bitter gourd
    ½ sp. Turmeric powder (optional)
    Salt to taste.

    Wash and cut bitter gourd as thick slices.
    In a big pan put the slices and pour water, salt and turmeric powder.
    Allow the bitter gourd slices to cook with out mashing them.
    Remove from the fire and drain.
    Use the drained water as soup, by adding black pepper on it.
    Dry them till crispy in sun light.
    Keep them in an air tight container.
    Fry them and use them as Vathal or you can crush the fired ones, mix and eat with ghee and rice.
    Good for sugar patients.
     

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