Milagu Vadai | Anjaneyar Kovil Vadai

 Milagu Vadai | Anjaneyar Kovil Vadai


Milagu vadai or Anjaneyar kovil vadai is a very traditional prasadham made during Hanuman is a very crispy and tasty vadai made with urud dhal and
pepper.It is very easy to make and can be stored for a week.Check out how to make Anjaneyar kovil vadai below.


Urad dhal-1 cup
Pepper-1-2 tsp
Ghee-1 tsp
Rice flour-2 tsp
Asafoetida-a pinch
Salt to taste
Hot oil-1 tsp 
Oil for deep frying


👉Wash and soak the urad dhal for 30 mins.

👉Drain the water completely and grind the dhal along with salt and pepper coarsely DoNotAdd Water for grinding.

👉Transfer the mixture to a bowl add rice flour, ghee and 1 tsp of hot oil and mix everything well.

👉Heat oil for deep frying.
👉Now place a small lemon sized balls of the dough on greased plantain leaf or plastic sheet and flatten it with your palms (grease your palms too) and make a hole in the centre.

👉Deep fry the vadas in medium flame until golden brown colour and till the oil stops bubbling.

👉Drain the excess oil from vadai using a tissue paper.
👉Yummy ,traditional crispy milagu vadai for Anjaneyar Jayanthi is ready.

Preparation time-30 mins
Yield- 15-18 vadai depending on size


✍️Donot soak the dhal for more than 30 minutes.
✍️If the batter is too sticky and doesn't come off the plastic sheet or plantain leaf add 1 tsp rice flour mix well and then make vadai and also grease the leaf or sheet well with oil.
✍️Do Not Add Water For Grinding.
✍️Grind the urud dhal and pepper coarsely and not smooth.

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