Sunday, May 15, 2011

Pudachi Wadi/Coriander Rolls~~IC Challenge

Usually i post my  Indian Cooking Challenge post everytime earlier but this time i was bit late..Shall i blame the blogger for being down for almost a whole day, may be am was bit lazy to post it earlier, watever i enjoyed very much this month's challeng...Srivalli choosed this wonderful looking coriander rolls from Archana's Tried & Tasted Recipes, we guys have to a say a big thanks to Archana for sharing this coriander rolls,which i never heard or had..I couldnt stop munching this crispy beauties and we loved it...Pudachi wadi is quite famous Maharashtrian typical recipe which goes for a wonderful filling with fresh coriander leaves..Once i fried these rolls, these rolls vanished very quickly and easily when served along with tomato ketchup, needless to say that am gonna make quite often in future for the sure..

Pudachi Wadi

For Covering:
1cup Besan flour
1cup Wheat flour
1/2tsp Chilly powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
2tbsp Hot oil
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

For stuffing:
2cups Coriander leaves
2tbsp Coconut (grated)
1tbsp Poppyseeds
1tbsp Sesame seeds
Salt
1tsp Ginger-green chilly paste
3nos Garlic cloves (chopped finely)
1no Onion (chopped)
1/2tsp Chilly powder
1tsp Lemon juice
Sugar
Oil

For paste mixture:
1tsp Garam masala
2tsp Tamarind pulp (thick)
Oil

Make a soft dough with all the ingredients given under list for covering except the oil for deepfrying, keep aside..

Meanwhile make the paste mixture, by mixing the ingredients given as a paste and keep aside..
Roast the poppyseeds, sesame seeds and coconut one by one and grind them coarsely together, heat enough oil, saute the onions until they turns soft, add the ginger chilly paste and garlic,fry for few minutes..now add the grounded coconut-seeds mixture, coriander leaves, salt ,sugar,lime juice and chilly powder, cook for few seconds and put off the stove...

Make small balls from the dough and roll them as medium size discs,brush the rolled disc with the paste mixture, place enough the coriander leaves masala, bring the both edges of the rolled discs together, seal well the edges..repeat the same process until the dough get finished..

Cook the prepared rolls slightly in a hot tawa and deep fry them until they turns golden brown in hot oil..drain the excess of oil and serve warm with ketchup..

36 comments:

  1. wow love that dear...filling is sure flavourful.

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  2. Wow these look so good ..different shape :)

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  3. hmm..yummy crspyyyy...tasty.....thnx for sharing nice recipe priya.....

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  4. The vadi look delicious, Priya!!

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  5. I did some in half moon shape too though I did not put those imakes. Yours look lovely.

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  6. Your shaping is different. I didn't make it this time.

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  7. Perfect for a snack... very new to me...

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  8. Perfect for a snack.... Very new to me...

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  9. That is indeed a new dish for me, love the idea ~ the stuffing sounds superb!
    US Masala

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  10. very new recipe! with the ingredients that you have used, it sure sounds & looks wonderful!

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  11. Rolls are so delicious to look ant and the fillings must have made them look so tasty. Excellent recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  12. THIS IS SOMETHING NEW N DROOL WORTHY SNACK...STUFFING INGREDIENTS R REALLY INTERESTING...LOOKS SO CRISPY N YUMMY..CAN I HAVE SOME ROLLS PLZ...BOOKMARKED !!!

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  13. wow..Making me hungry here...Love it...

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  14. This looks like somasi, super delicious.

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  15. Beautifully shaped wadis.Looks inviting.

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  16. Wadis look so crispy and yummy.Would have tasted awesome.

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  17. Vadis look perfect and tempting.They are so puffed up and crispy !!

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  18. Looks so cute and tempting.. thanks for sharing !!
    Indian Cuisine

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  19. this shape is inviting priya... looks good and crispy....

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  20. Wow!! that is so innovative and yummy:)

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  21. Looks so yum Priya...and making them in these gujiya kind of shapes makes them so much more attractive.

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  22. Such a interesting and flavourful idea, luv it

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  23. Looks so so yummy.I wish could pick up and eat that roll with some hot tea!

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  24. Looks so so yummy.I wish could pick up and eat that roll with some hot tea!

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  25. The rolls looks good. Tempting I should say :)

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  26. Coriander rolls sounds new to me... have to try this.. looks inviting..
    Sunanda's Kitchen

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  27. Superb snack very tempting and flavorful.

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  28. Another new one- the filling is quiet interesting!

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  29. Your coriander rolls look so tempting ... Unique recipe!

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  30. Filling sounds just flavorful.. Love the shape !

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