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May 31, 2011

Ragi Pindi Vadiyalu ~ Finger Millet Flour Fryums

Ingredients :

Ragi Flour/ Finger Millet Flour : 1 cup
Water : 5 cups
Red Chilli Powder : 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
A pinch of hing

Method :

Dilute the ragi flour in 2 cups of water and set aside. Bring the remaining water to boil and add the salt and red chilli powder. Mix well and the diluted flour mixture and let it cook completely. When it's done, add the hing and mix well. Switch off the flame and let it cool completely. Make round shape papads with a spoon on a plastic sheet and let them dry in hot sunshine. When dried well, remove from the sheet and store in a airtight container. Deep fry the sun dried fritters in hot oil before serving.


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Other Names :
Ragi Vadiyalu, Ragi Vadam, Ragi Vadagam, Kezhvaragu Papad.

32 comments:

  1. Fryums look wonderfully delicious and crispy. Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. Crispy and different fryums... Never tried ragi in fryums...

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  3. Your fryums posts are making me crave for these...a bowl of sambaar rice with some of these fryums will make my lunch complete.

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  4. You made delicious fryums recipes, this one wonderful.

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  5. Amazing fryums, u rock yaar..

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  6. Wow i love these kind of junk papads. Nice recipe....want to grab some.

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  7. Fryums with ragi flour ..Sounds interesting ..

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  8. You reminded me that I have a similar recipe in my cook book and I need to try it. :)

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  9. Must try fryums recipe..looks crispy and yumm!!

    http://vegetarianmedley.blogspot.com/

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  10. What a wonderful recipe with ragi, I am book marking this.

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  11. These are very new to me...looks crispy and delicious

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  12. i always by this from stores.. this looks so crispy and tasty. :0

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  13. so wonderful and delicious vadiyalu !!

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  14. Yet another tempting fryums!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  15. I love this...never tried in home!!
    Thanks for the recipe!!

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  16. superb and crispy fryums..nice one dear..

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  17. great new recipe for ragi! Love it :)

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  18. looks crispy and healthy vadiyalu...

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  19. Fryum looks very delicious.


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  20. Loved this healthy crispy fryums.

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  21. Very interesting and innovative recipe. I liked using poppy seeds. Okra fry looks spicy, yummy and tempting.

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  22. i am liking all your sun dried fryums posts.

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