The famous Maddur Vade/Vada gets its name from the Maddur/Madduru town that is about 80 km away from Bangalore. It has a crispy, little bit hard crust and is soft-soft from the inside. You can have it as is or with a hot coffee/tea.
Origins of Maddur Vade! One day, a train arrived early and Shri Ramachandra Budhya's Pakoras weren't ready. He didn't wish to lose out on customers and came up with an idea to roll the dough flat (as the cone shape of the pakora takes longer to make and cook) and fry it like a vada. It became popular among the passengers and that's how Maddur Vade got its name.
This product has NO Preservatives, NO Additives, and NO TransFats
Ingredients: Refined flour, Semolina, Rice flour, Green Chillies, Onion (28%), Salt, Curry leaves, Asafoetida and Vegetable Cooking Oil.
Best before 6 months from Manufacturing.
Allergen advice: Made in a facility that processes Peanut, Sesame and Wheat.