Thursday, August 18, 2011

Rava Uppu Seedai

If you want to try out different crispy uppu seedais for Krishna Jayanthi celebration, you have to give a trial to this crunchy munchy rava uppu seedai..Usually we used to make seedais with rice flour and urad dal, here in this rava seedai you can very well skip the urad dal completely and rava will give a fabulous crunchy texture to this seedais, definitely a real twist to our usual seedais..Take care not to fry the rolled balls immediately,leave them for half an hour in room temperature and fry them in hot oil, your seedais wont explose and they will definitely turn super crispy..You need loads of patience for making this tiny crispy beauties to get a better final result..Give a try friends..


1cup Rice flour (sieved)
1cup Roasted rava (fine)
1tbsp Butter
1tsp Sesame seeds
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

Take the sieved rice flour,fine roasted rava,salt,butter in a bowl, mix everything well with a fingers until they turns crumble like texture,add the sesame seeds,cumin seeds,give a mix..Now slowly sprinkle water and turn as a soft and stiff dough..Keep aside for half an hour..

Roll out tiny balls from the dough (if your dough is prefect,you doesnt even need oil for rolling),arrange the rolled tiny balls over a paper towel and keep aside for half an hour before frying..

Heat oil for deepfrying, drop gently enough balls and fry until they turns golden brown,fry them in small batches,drain the excess of oil in a paper towel..Arrange in an air tightened box and enjoy..

33 comments:

  1. looks so crispy and crunchy! I want some!!!!

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  2. its a beautiful twist to usual seedai...looks very delicious priya
    Super Yummy Recipes

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  3. Perfect and delicious uppu seedai.

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  4. I could finish the whole lot in one go...crispy crunchy and yummy!

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  5. was actually waiting for ur post..u rock as usual... am making tissss
    wooo so good...

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  6. Crispy delicious seedai...different from all other recipe that I have seen...yummy dear..

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  7. Seedai or cheeda as we call it,looks perfect.One with rava will surely be crispy..feel to grab some.

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  8. I had no idea that these could be made with Rava... interesting!
    Good to have you back Priya. Hope you had a fun break.

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  9. Wow.. the addition of rava is like wow :) will give it a try :)

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  10. looks soo very crunchy and perfect!

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  11. hmmmm this certainly looks super delicious. Will try making them sometime. Thanks for sharing the recipe Priya :)

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  12. Wish I could grab one..crispy and delicious

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  13. Fav snack all year round..they sure are cuties...

    Aaha Oho

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  14. delicious looking snack looks wonderful

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  15. crispy..perfect as usual priya

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  16. Nice crispy and very interesting !!

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  17. Love the addition of rava.There is something new about all your posts. You should write a cookbook, don't reveal your creative ideas like this.

    I am trying to make seedai for the first time. My mom is more tensed than I am. She says be careful with the baby.It will burst and all that. I am going to make seedai for a dinner party on Janmashtami. Wish me luck Priya!!!

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  18. Wow that looks absolutely tempting snack. gorgeous picture that make anyone drooooooooooool.

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  19. I tried and it came out very well. I used 1/2 cup of oats (powdered) and 1/2 cup of rava instead of one cup of rava.

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  20. I wouldn't even dare to experiment cheedai recipe. I admire how you do it effortlessly. Thanks for sharing this variation Priya. Hope you had a wonderful time in India.

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  21. crunchy and munchy snackk..love it..looks so yummy.

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  22. Looks so perfect and yum ...with rava is very interesting

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  23. This is a wonderful variation uppu seedai with Rava.you always come up with interesting twists...
    South Indian Recipes

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  24. Adding rava to seedia is such a nice variation

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  25. very innovative priya. adding rava sounds interesting

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  26. Wow,awesome recipe! Looks too good!

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  27. Its seedai everywhere. Crunchy and yummy seedai variety

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  28. OMG i missed a lot n ur blog...sorry for not visiting ur blog from last some days, ws really bg nw a days...but these seedais make me drooling over them..i wud love 2 have some of them...bookmarked ur recipe aval kesri, made it sm days back, came out awesome...will try these seedais soon...thnx for sharing..tc..enjoy..:)

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