Red chori, a.k.a., Adzuki Beans is deeply rooted in the East Asian region. The pulse finds itself as key in major recipes across China, Japan, Vietnam, Korea and India. A more common name for it in the Indian Subcontinent is Lobia or Lal Chawali.
The red chori vadai is a patty made of the bean, pulsed and blended together with spiced such as green chili, cumin and curry leaves. The dish is a favorite among South Indian household. Find out by following this simple recipe to make some.