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June 4, 2010

Vullipaya Vadiyalu ~ Onion Papads


Deep Fried Vulli Vadiyalu with Mamidi Charu Annam ~ Our meal today

Ingredients :


Urad dal : 1/4 kg
Onions : 1/4 kg
Red Chilli Powder : 1 tsp
salt to taste
A pinch of hing ( optional )


Vadiyams drying under hot sunshine

Method :

1. Wash and soak the urad dal for 6 hours. Wash, drain and grind the soaked urad dal into a smooth and thick batter with little water. Take it out.
2. Peel the onions and keep it aside. Put the urad dal batter, chopped onions, salt, red chilli powder and hing in a bowl and mix very well.


Sun dried Onion vadiams

3. Make round shape papads with a spoon on the plastic sheet and let them dry in the hot sunshine.
4. When dried well, remove from the sheet and store in a air tight container.
5. Deep fry the vadiyalu in hot oil before serving.
6. Heat oil in a wide vessel to deep frying the vadiyalu. Deep fry them on low flame till golden in color.
7. Serve with dal, sambar or rice.



This recipe goes to Sizzling Summer Contest


23 comments:

  1. Nice one, i haven't tasted yet.

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  2. I never know about this onion papads, awesome work dear..

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  3. I love spicy Wafers. My grandmother used to make rice flour one which spread like a huge light flower! Urad dal one look great, might try a few wafers this Summer,it's so hit here.

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  4. My fav! Awesome with sambar rice.

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  5. onion papads look great, might try a few wafers this Summer

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  6. Can I come over to your place? Looks awesome...

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  7. Nice vadiyalu, like that sago papad as well, too good:)

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  8. Chanadana vadiyaalu chala bagunnayi.So idhi garelu paste la undaala leka pothe dosa batter la undaala i want to try chandana.

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  9. Wow!!! This is great work :-) The papads look so crispy n yummm :-)

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  10. Thanks to all..
    @ Vineela - Gaarela batter laga cheyali.. Thick and smooth batter.. try cheyandi meeku nachuthundi.. thank you :)

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  11. WOW...one more great and unique recipe...you are too good in making this papads from the scratch...hat soft to you...gr8 job...thank you so much for sharing all this recipes with us...appreciated!

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  12. A new one for me.. looks so crispy.. Sounds delicious too..

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  13. U r rocking with all ur papad recipes...this one is new for me too..looks gud

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  14. Hari those sounds really yum !!! will surely try them as I am a vadiyalu and papad fan :)

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  15. sounds interesting dear!!!!!
    Thx. for sharing :-)

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  16. Its raining papads in your blog..onion one is new to me, looks delicious!

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  17. Did u combine mamidikaya charu with nuvvula podi,chandana.A good combination of both with rice.

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  18. humm vadiyale vadiyalu me blog lo yummm nice recipe ammma boodida gummadi kaya add chestundi onion yepudu tinaledu that plater looks so inviting....

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  19. your so great chandu..i never heard onions papad..really it was tempting to taste..now it self..the pic was superb..definetly ill try it in dubai..thanks chandu making different varities..

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  20. cripy papads,never tasted it...will try.Really u r rocking...

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  21. I know with rice flour this is new I would like to try this when I have a proper summer

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  22. Love all the 3 papads you have posted....simply good work

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