Friday, September 26, 2008

Salt Cheedai

Salt Cheedai is also one of the krishna jeyanthi special.This is so crispy and very nice snack.

Rice flour-----2 cup
Butter---------4 spoons
Urad dhal------1/4 cup
white sesame --2 spoon


Thaw the rice flour lightly until it turns golden brown.
Add uraddhal powder and butter and mix it can add little coconut milk or coconut water while mixing it together.
Make tiny balls and make sure it is without cracks.
Heat the oil and then fry them .

It may crack little bit when frying,no problem.Still the taste will be perfect.
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Uma said...

I have the same recipe in my blog too, but I don't add sesame seeds in these. Yours look more delicious and crunchy.

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raaji said...

thanks shri for passing it to me.....have a nice weekend

Vanamala said...

cool nice easy recipe

Shri said...

Thank you buddies!!

Divya Vikram said...

My grandma used to make this during festivals..Tme for me to try..Looks scrumptious.

Shreya said...

sweet cheedai followed by salt cheedai, good one! Looks very crunchy and well done, love the colour. congrats on the award.

bharathi said...

Always cheedai kindles my mouth to water and ur's cute balls seems look delicious. I had an hand trying cheedai but it got spluttered...

Anyway tactis to make these balls without spluttering?

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

my goodness.. cheedais are so tough to make. i tried making it and oil spluttered all over the kitchen.. urs looks perfect.. first time to ur blog too and thx for commenting on my blog.

Aartee said...

I do remember the sweets we made last year together for diwali, it was fun! really do miss u guys this time... hope to see u soon, do come here if u can