How to fix a watery vada batter?. I am sure you must have faced this problem. This is a very common problem faced is not getting the right shaped vada with watery batter. Because we often land up in making a watery batter if the water is not added in the right proportions.
I have as well faced this problem and used some quick fixes. Yes in the current blog, I will help you with five brilliant ways to fixing the watery batter. You will be surprised by these simple solutions.
Vada is a very commonly made snack or side for breakfast in the Indian kitchens. I am sure many of us must have faced a situation of fixing the watery vada. Here are the super simple solutions to ease your problem.
How to fix the watery Vada Batter?
I am going to teach you six simple solutions for fixing the watery batter. You will be surprised to see how easy to fix them and make delicious vada in no time. Each of these solutions is not going to take more than two minutes. You must already be feeling a sign of relief. Isn’t it?. Let’s get started.
|SIx Super Easy and Quick Fixes for the Watery Batter
|1. Adding Rice Flour
|2. Using Semolina or Rava
|3. Use Gram flour
|4. Addition of Wheat flour
|5. Mixing Flattened Rice
|6. Keep the batter in the fridge overnight
1. Adding Rice Flour
You definitely don’t want the vada to be out of shape when the batter is runny. Please add one or two tablespoons of rice flour. Beat it well to mix with batter evenly until the batter is fluffy.
2. Using Semolina or Rava
Excess water in the batter makes the vada to absorb more water. You can add a tablespoon of rava to the batter. Mix it well until it’s aerated well and make the vada.
3. Use Gram flour
If you are making channa dal vada or masala vada and the batter is runny. The best solution to add the gram flour to the batter and mix well. This will easily fix the watery batter. You can also this as a solution for the urad dal batter as well.
4. Addition of Wheat flour
As an alternate solution of rice flour, you can also add wheat flour to the batter and beat well. When it’s fluffy you can use it to make the vada. When you use the vada after some time it might become hard. It’s suitable for immediate use.
5. Mixing Flattened Rice
Flattened rice is another preferred solution in fixing the runny batter. You could either powder the flattened rice and can be added instead of adding rice flour. Soak the flattened rice and squeeze the water well. Grind it into a paste and mix well with the batter.
6. Keep the batter in the fridge overnight
Vada batter, idli batter, or any other batter when left in the fridge for few hours or overnight. The batter gets hardened losing the runny nature. This helps to fix the watery batter.
I am sure you must be thrilled to know these solutions. Please feel free to share any more such solutions in the comments sections below. I am happy to know.