Dahi Bread Vada | How to make Dahi Bread Vada
- 1 pkt of bread
- 500 ml curd (yogurt)
- salt to taste
- 8-10 green chilies, chopped
- few coriander leaves, chopped
- 1 tsp cumin seeds
- 1 tsp chili powder
- oil for frying
- Soak bread slices in water for few seconds, remove and squeeze all the water. Make balls from this in the shape of cutlet or vada and fry in hot oil until golden brown.
- Dip these fried bread vada in salt water for few seconds again. Remove and lightly squeeze all the water. Place them in a bowl.
- Beat curd well without any lumps in it. To this, add chopped coriander leaves, green chilies, salt and mix well.
- Pour this curd mixture over the vadas. Also sprinkle cumin powder and chili powder. Optional: You can add seasoning too by frying mustard seeds and red chilies in oil.Dahi Bread Vada | How to make Dahi Bread Vada
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