Kothimbir Vadi (cilantro Vadi)
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A quintessential Maharashtrian savory snack recipe, kothimbir vadi or coriander(cilandro) cakes are basically a salty cake preparation with kothimbir( coriander leaves or cilantro). The kothimbir vadi is first steamed and then fried until crispy and served with tomato chutney or a tempering of mustard seeds and grated coconut.
- Mix gram flours, coriander leaves, chilli powder, turmeric powder, soda bicarb, and salt. add water and make a thick paste.
- Heat 2 tbsps oil and add to the paste.
- Grease a deep platter and spread the paste evenly. steam for 15 minutes in an idli steamer or pressure cooker, without using the weight. remove and cool. cut into diamond shaped pieces.
- Heat oil and deep fry these pieces.
- Serve hot with green chutney.
This recipe was contributed by kkirti on 03 Nov 2003
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