Dates Vada


Dates Vada


Ingredients

  • 2 cups Rava (semolina)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 cup chopped Dates
  • 2 -4 tbs Sugar
  • few nuts, of your choice
Directions


Beat eggs. To this add sugar, dates, rava and nuts. Mix well,
to make a thick pliable Batter. Make vada shapes with the
batter and deep fry till golden brown and crispy. Serve hot with tea.

Recipe courtesy :Adukkala,Asianetplus

Comments

  1. never used dates to make vadas. Shd try it out!

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  2. wow...........nice recipe dear..it's unique..............they look crispy and yummy....

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  3. Ethu kollameda!Date vada nannayitundu.Enikk orennum tharumo?

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  4. That would be a kids favorite..Great idea :-)

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  5. wow! this looks fantastic!! feel like grabbing it!

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  6. hmmm..eggs in vadai??
    it is not of my kind..but those looks of the vada makes me to comment here dear..
    looks yummmy

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  7. Iam drooling....never heard of this...

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  9. Never heard of this one...but surely must be delicious as it looks so good...lovely pic too

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  10. Sweet Vadai! New to me and looks Yum!

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  11. Very unique treats, I would love to try!

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  12. what a great idea!! vadas look so crunchy and yum!! Fall pics in the previous post are sooo beautiful.

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  13. That's so innovative. Never tried making vadas in this manner, should give this a try. Thanks for sharing dear.

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  14. wow..adipoli..sweet version aanu alle..looks very delicious..

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  15. Never thought of making out vadas with dates, very unique Vrinda:)

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  16. wow..an innovative recipe..looks perfect..couldn't imagine its taste....yummy

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  17. Innovate idea,loved the recipe.Can't imagine that dates can be used to make vada,i love this

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  18. Oooh, they look just like donuts!

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  19. Looks lovely, as Palidor said look like donuts.

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  20. something new to be tried, they look so crispy and delicious!

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  21. New to me, Interesting recipe. will try!

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  22. nice recipee ... i make unniyappam with rava, egg , banana and sugar ... should try ur version ... looks delicious ...

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  23. Oh my! These kind of look like a donut but made with semonlina. I LOVE the addition of the dates and walnuts. These would be sooooo very very good. Love this recipe!!! One of my favorite recipes so far, though I have enjoyed them all.

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  24. I am hearing for the first time about dates vada.Its interesting. you can also visit my blog and give ur comments.

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  25. These looks delicious! Have never tried date vadas but these look too good to pass up :)

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  26. this dish appears to be healthy and is a new commer in the creative world of invention...

    Sorry missed a cople of your posts. Had a lot of travelling, meetings and now sick... :)

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  27. Thats a excellent recipe Vrinda, so new to me! Looks so crisp and delicious!!!

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  28. This is a new one to me...Sounds gr8 and looks delicious...

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  29. I seemed to have missed this..Love this!!A great twist, Vrinda!

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  30. interesting recipe.....very new to me....love dates in any form

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  31. hmm...dates vada or doughnuts....yummy!!
    your apple spice cake is too good and both these recipes are keepers!!

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