Love Vada Pav? Try This New Snack By ITC: #FirstImpressions
Vada Pops from ITC’s Masterchef collection of ready to eat snacks, claims to have that authentic Mumbai Vada Pav taste and zing. Does it? We find out.
Vada Pav is a Maharashtrian delicacy that is well-loved by all. A besan coated vada, filled with spicy potato mix is the heart and soul of the dish. It garlicky flavor combines with just the right spice to make for a mouth-watering anytime treat. Now, ITC, under its new Masterchef banner, has introduced bite-sized ‘Vada Pops’ that can be fried in a jiffy and enjoyed as a standalone snack. Amidst a sea of aloo tikkis, aloo smiley’s, aloo-cheese bites, these Vada Pops (also, with aloo!) come as a breath of fresh air.
Before we go into the flavor details of this interesting new snack, let’s get some details about it.
Salient Features Of ITC Masterchef’s Mumbai Vada Pav
- A single packet contains about 16 pieces of vada pops approximately.
- It contains no added preservatives.
- It is best before twelve months of packaging.
- The packaging must be stored in a deep freezer.
Instructions For Preparing ITC Masterchef’s Mumbai Vada Pav
There are three ways in which you can prepare it:
- Shallow Fry: From 4-5 minutes.
- Air-Fry: Preheat to 200℃ and then cook for 8-10 minutes.
- Deep Fry: Deep fry for 3-4 minutes.
ITC MasterChef’s Mumbai Vada Pops
Bite-sized vadas with a garlicky spicy flavor that reminds you of the mouth-watering vada pavs.
#FirstImpressions Of ITC Masterchef’s Mumbai Vada Pops
Every bite of these besan (chickpea flour) coated bite-sized vadas had just the right taste. It is spicy, garlicky, and very fresh. The vada pops create a flavor explosion and are best enjoyed hot and straight off the frying pan.
These are great as a standalone bite and can make for an interesting vegetarian party snack. You could even use these to make a quick homemade vada pav if you want!