A collection of South Indian Snack Recipes.
Aval (Poha) Vadai
This aval (poha) vadai is served as a snack for evening tea or can be served as a side dish to the main course.
I received a Gift Hamper of “Mother’s Recipe” instant products from Mother’s Recipe Team for participating in the ‘Mother’s Recipe: Innovative Recipe Challenge’. I picked up the “Poha Instant Mix” and made the “Poha Rolls” with instant Jamun mix. Here is the recipe:
Murungai Keerai Adai
This adai is made with drumstick leaves spinach (murungai keerai). The rice needs to be soaked for at least four hours.
A traditional snack that is served with coconut chutney. This can also be had with evening hot tea.
Black Gram Dal Sundal
Black gram dal is one of the most valued pulses. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber. It contains calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium, copper, manganese etc. It helps to reduce hypertension. Add some healthy Black Gram dishes in your daily diet.
This crunchy snack is made with ragi flour, onion and green chilies. It is garnished with curry leaves before serving.
A crunchy snack that is made with dhal and vegetables served with coconut chutney
This Pepper Vadai is prepared at Temples and made as garland (Vadamalai) for Lord Anjaneyar.
On Festival days, some people will not add onion or sombu (aniseed) and some other masalas in the dishes. This Vadai is prepared without onion and hence it is called “Festival Vadai”.