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June 6, 2010

Bombay Rava Vadiyalu ~ Indian Traditional Wafers


Sooji / Semolina Vadiyalu
Ingredients :

Sooji / Semolina : 1 cup
Water : 7 cups
Green chilli paste : 1 to 2 tsp
Cumin Seeds : 1 tsp
Salt to taste

Method :

1. Take 7 cups of water in a heavy bottomed vessel and allow it boil.
2. Now add sat, cumin seeds and green chilli paste and mix well. Add the semolina slowly. Mix the semolina on low flame with constant stirring to avoid lumps.
3. Cover with a lid and let it cook completely. When the semolina turn soft remove from the heat and allow it to cool.


Deep Fried Sooji Papads

4. Make round shape papads with a spoon on a plastic sheet and let them dry in the hot sunlight.

5. When dried well, remove from the sheet and store in a jar.
6. Deep fry the papad in hot oil before serving.

13 comments:

  1. These look lovely I am sure my mum used to make similar farfar with rice flour and sago as well.

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  2. Ive never tried these....Looks Gr8 !!

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  3. I've never heard about these! My mom makes similar sago or rice papads..I'd love to try these..but Ill have to dry them indoors as the sun is not very harsh here, even in summer..

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  4. Wow, that looks so easy and crunchy looking :)

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  5. wow!!! u r rocking! perfect vadiyalu...super

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  6. wow!!! u r rocking! perfect vadiyalu...super

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  7. Woow crisp Vadiyalu looks yummmmm.

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  8. chala bavunnayi hari...asalu inni rakala vadiyalu vunnayi ani naku teledu

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  9. Lovely papadoms! thanks for sharing so many varieties!

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  10. I would love to make these pretty wafers! The spices must give them such wonderful flavor!

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  11. lovely...each and every papad recipes of yours are unique...every time I visit I get to see new recipe for papads...so impressive...thanks for sharing this wonderful recipes!

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  12. wow its so crispy and crunchy! thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

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