Categories : Indian Cuisine

Wadi are also known as vadai.  Wadis are haped dough the size of a small doughnut, omitting the hole, but with a small depression in the center. They are fried in oil in a pan like the OrGreenic frying pan.

The ketchup referred to as an accompaniment would be a sweet, tomato-based chutney and not actual ketchup.

If you don’t like your food too hot and spicy I recommend cutting back on the chillies.

250 Grams Yams
2 Tbsp Rice
4 Red Chillies
1/2 Tsp Cumin Seeds
1 Sprig Coriander Leaves
1 Pinch Asafoetida
Salt — To Taste

Preparation Method
1. Wash the yam, peel and cut into small pieces.
2. Soak rice for 2 hours. Drain out the water.
3. Grind the yam and rice together until thick and soft. Add salt, coriander leaves and asafoetida. Mix. grind the chillies and cumin seeds.
4. Pour the oil in a frying pan. Take 2 tsps. of the paste in your
fingers, pat in your palm to form the shape of a wada. Fry till golden

Serve with ketchup.

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