Pesara Vadalu Recipe / Masala Vadalu Recipe / Very Easy Laastu Recipe / Easy Laastu Recipe in Short Time

Ingredients required

  • Bengal gram - 2 cups
  • Mung bean / Green gram - 2 cups
  • White urad bean / black gram - 2 cups
  • Chili - 8-10
  • Salt is enough
  • Ginger - 10gm
  • Oil for deep frying
  • Onion - 1
  • Few Coriander Leaves
  • Mint Leaves few
First Bengal gram, Mung bean / Green gram, White urad bean / black gram should be soaked in water. Soak the pulses for 4 hours. Now grind the green chillies and ginger into a paste. (You can put it in a mixer and make a paste). Then wash the soaked lentils and grind them into a paste without adding water. Add green chillies and ginger paste and mix well
One spoon of mung bean / green gram, one spoon of white urad bean / black gram, one spoon of Bengal gram should be soaked before making the fritters.
After soaking for 10 minutes, strain the water and add the soaked lentils to the Vada batter.
One onion should be cut into pieces. Wash and dry coriander leaves and keep aside. Add washed mint leaves, onion slices and coriander to the vada batter
Now add salt and mix the flour well. Now light a pan, add oil and heat it.
After the oil is heated well, take some vada flour and make round vada / fritters and fry in oil.
After it turns red in color, take out the Pesa Vadalu and keep it aside. That's how delicious pesa vadalu / masala vadalu is made. This vadalu can also be offered in Varalakshmi vratam. It is said that Amma likes Pesa Vadalu very much. You too can surely prepare and offer offerings to Maa Varalakshmi Devi.

  • If you make the vada flour the day before and put it in the fridge and use it the next day, it will be very soft.
  • If you want to eat it crispy, you can soak it in the morning and have pesa fritters in the evening.