Pazha Vadai | Mixed Fruit Vada

Pazha Vadai | Mixed Fruit Vada

Pazha vadai,mixed fruit vada

Pazha vadai or mixed fruit vada is a very delicious and traditional South Indian vada variety made with urad dal and mixed fruits. This vada is made as a special neivedanam (offering ) to Lord Venkatesha during the Tamil month Puratasi, especially on saturdays. Learn how to make this yummy traditional pazha vadai below.


Urud dal -1 cup
Salt to taste
Apple -1 no chopped along with the skin (seeds removed)
Banana -2 nos medium size chopped
Sapota (chickoo)-2 nos chopped( skin and seeds removed)
Guava -1 no medium chopped
Black grapes( seedless) -50 gms 
Oil for deep frying


👉Wash and soak the urad dal for 1/2 hour.
👉Grind to thick vada batter consistency along with salt (add very little water for grinding). Set aside.
👉 Wash the fruits well, cut into random shapes, now grind the fruits together to a thick paste in mixie. Do not add water for grinding.
👉Mix the fruit paste with the vada batter combine everything well together.

👉Heat oil in a kadai for deep frying.
👉Make small vada shapes and gently slide them into hot oil and deep fry in medium flame until nice golden brown colour. Drain the excess oil from vada in a tissue paper.


Preparation Time-40 minutes 
Yield-10-12 vadas 


✍️Be cautious while grinding the batter and fruit paste for vada do not add too much water, the batter should be thick consistency otherwise the vada will absorb too much oil and become very soggy.
✍️You can use any fruit of your choice but see that it has less water content and more pulp.

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