I had made these Baklava inspired fried modaks way back in 2011 or 2012 for Nashikcity for their ganapati special recipe series. While the blog doesn’t exist anymore, you can still find my old images on some other pages on the internet , about which I was totally unaware 🙂 I was reminded yesterday of…
Tenga Vade (Rice flour -Coconut Fritters)
Janmashtami- celebrating the birth of lord Krishna, is one of the most popular festivals of India. This festival like most of the Indian festivals is celebrated with much fervor and zest. And the festivities are not complete without festive food. Tenga Vade (Rice Flour-Coconut Fritters) is my mother-in-laws recipe (most of the South Indian recipes I make ,I have learnt from her.), which we made for Janmashtami along with some sweets. These vadas stay for 5-6 days,that is if they are not over by then.