Ammas Restaurent - University City


Thayir Vada, also known as Dahi Vada or Curd Vada, is a beloved South Indian delicacy that tantalizes the taste buds with its creamy texture and burst of flavors. This delectable treat combines the richness of urad dal vadas with the coolness of yogurt, creating a refreshing snack that’s perfect for any occasion.

To prepare Thayir Vada, start by making the urad dal vadas, also known as Medhu Vada. These crispy fritters are then soaked in water or buttermilk to soften them, before being submerged in creamy whisked yogurt. The vadas are then generously garnished with grated carrots, fresh coriander, and sometimes crunchy boondi, adding a delightful crunch and burst of color to the dish.

One of the highlights of Thayir Vada is its versatility. While the traditional recipe calls for a simple topping of grated carrots and coriander, you can get creative and customize your Thayir Vada with your favorite toppings. Whether you prefer the freshness of grated coconut, the crunch of finely chopped cucumber, or the savory goodness of crunchy sev, the possibilities are endless.

But Thayir Vada is not just a treat for the taste buds—it’s also a feast for the senses. The combination of soft, melt-in-your-mouth vadas soaked in creamy yogurt, topped with tangy chutneys and fragrant spices, creates a symphony of flavors and textures that will leave you craving for more.

At Amma’s South Indian Restaurant, we take pride in crafting the finest Thayir Vadas that capture the essence of South Indian cuisine. Made with love and attention to detail, our Thayir Vadas are a testament to our commitment to quality and authenticity.

So come, experience the creamy bliss of Thayir Vada at Amma’s South Indian Restaurant, where every bite is a journey of flavor and indulgence. Taste the tradition, savor the moment, and immerse yourself in the culinary wonders of South India.

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