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May 27, 2011

Atukula Vadiyalu ~ Classic Rice Flakes Fryums

Atukula Vadiyalu ~ Aval Vadagam

Ingredients :

Thick Poha / Thick Rice Flakes : 1 cup
Green Chilli Paste to taste
Salt to taste
A pinch of hing

Vadams drying under hot sun

Method :

1. Soak the poha in water for 10 minutes and drain.
2.Mash the rice flakes and add the salt, red chilli paste and hing and mix well. Sprinkle little water and combine well.
3. Make small round shape papads on a plastic sheet and dry them in hot sun.

Sun Dried Vadiyalu ~ Poha Wadi

4. One day of hot sun light is enough for drying them.
5.When dried well, remove from the sheet and store in a airtight container.

Deep Fried Atukula Vadiyalu

5. Deep fry the dried poha fritters in hot oil before serving.

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  1. What an exciting and creative post! Reminded me of those days when my grandma used to make me sit down and guard the vadiums from crows! You've inspired me to make some. Will make a small batch first and try it out. Love!

  2. Wow wonderful vadiyalu ... Love them ..

  3. My MIL makes this for us and we loved this vadams...

  4. the traditional and homemade fryums are always great...they look yummy..kids will love these for sure..

  5. Crispy fryums looks fabulous,can have it alone with sambar rice..

  6. I second Priya..All I need is Sambar rice...Awesome Vadiyams

  7. Homemade fryums are great.....urs looks yummy!!

  8. Rocking recipe..super good!!


  9. Oh wow!!! I am pleasantly surprised to see that these fritters are still made at home. Kudos to you!!! Loved the post :)

  10. chala simple ga undhi and I bet the taste would be just as good!!

  11. Home made frys..beautiful..superb

  12. Delicious fritters looks yumm.

  13. got nostalgic about the good old vadagam times with amma ! lovely

  14. Memu saggubiyyam vadyiyalu pettettappudu, lastlo migilinadatlo atukulu kalipi pedatham. Your version seems simpler. I will have to try this in Summer. Still don't know when summer will be in our parts. :)

  15. adpoly recipe...very tempting pics..my MIl prepare this n give me..now having confidence to prepare it my own..:))

    Tasty Appetite
    Event: Letz Relishh Ice Creams

  16. The fryums look very lovely...I'd crunch them!

  17. Love it Hari :P these make the meals more enjoyable ...

  18. I make the same with barugulu and it tastes yummy too. Vadiyalu looks tempting :)

  19. love this a lot...
    looks perfect and crispy dear :)

  20. What a crispy and delicious fryums:-)
    That too a easy n simple recipe...This is a keeper recipe for sure:-)

  21. This is so authentic.. reminds me of home-big time:)

  22. It's been a long time since I and MIL ventured to make vadams at home...you've really inspired me to take an initiative..A very new recipe

  23. Crispy & delicious!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  24. Hello dear! This one looks simple but yummy yumm recipe. I havent tried vadams on my own. I have to try this soon. And....shud we add green chillies or red chillies dear??

  25. Wonderful recipe hari,deeni sangathi marachipoyam kuda,chala thanx share chesi gurthuchesinanduku.

  26. my mom used to make similar vada's .. looks very nice


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