Friday, October 24, 2008

Srathul (Thinner version of Nada Pakkoda)

Typical South Indian Crunchy Snack.
Quantity will be more in final product.



Ingredients Needed:
1. Rice Flour 2 1/2 cups
2. Gram Flour (Kadalai Maavu) 1 cup
3. Salt to taste
4. Hing
5. Red Chilli Powder - According to taste
6. Ghee + Oil Each 1 1/2 tablespoons
7. Water to knead
8. Oil for frying

Method:

1. Sieve both the flour and mix it with Salt, Hing, Chilli Powder and Keep it aside.
2. Heat Ghee and Oil. Pour hot oil over flour and mix well, till it resembles bread crumbs.
3. Add Minimum water and knead it to a stiff dough.
4. Heat oil in a Kadai and take a ball size dough and rub it on Srathool maker to make it fall into the oil.
5. Fry, till done.



Note:
1. It will get fried quickly.
2. Be careful while rubbing the dough on the hot oil.

This is My submission for the event hosted by Hima of SnackORama
Also my submission for the event JFI hosted by Srivalli of Cooking 4 all seasons

29 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Oh this is new to me,the srathul maker looks nice too!

Happy cook said...

I never knew this was made in a maker like these.
I always thought they were made in a murukku mixture.
This looks yummy crunchy

Daily Meals said...

Wow Menu Today!
Those look spicy and crunchy. Srathul maker looks very nice.

Srivalli said...

Wonderful to get your entries..that looks delicious!

Divya Vikram said...

Different method of preparing..Nice snack to munch on!

Daily Meals said...

Happy Deepavali Menu Today!

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

Looks delicious. The maker is new to me.

abi said...

hi MT,
I explored ur site recently, the name itself is easy to remember. Nice blog name. The way you explained for all the recipes is very simple and easy to follow.
very nice to see this recipe. Looks cruncy and crispy. Instead of this maker what is the other maker we can use for this recipe?

abhi

Vij said...

Looks crispy and crunchy! my first time here...u have a lovely space.

Menu Today said...

Hi Abi,
Thanks for visiting my blog. This maker gives very thin end product. You can make this with ribbon pakkoda acchu with Murukku Makrer.

abhi said...

hi MT,
Thanks for ur immd reply. When i do savories surely i will try ur recipe using ribbon pakoda achu.

Mandira said...

looks delicious - spicy and crunchy :)

Sharmi said...

that looks so good but is there any other way? I dont have such instrument!!

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Rajesh &Shankari said...

I have never used this tool. How have you been ?

fieryblaster said...

Hi, I did your ginger rasam and mysore rasam. it was awesome. thanks for the recepie.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Happy New Year to You!Looking forward for more posts in the year 2009!

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Thanks for sharing this recipe!! My kids will love it!!!

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sampada said...

wow..sounds delicious and spicy. i will need to check this out next time. i stay in U.S. here it is very difficult to get ingredients. however, i explored a great site www.myethnicworld.com recently where we can find all the ingredients and food products.

Gayathri said...

thats a great explanation, pics are mindblowing. thanks for sharing

PS said...

The maker looks new to me. Whether it is available in indian stores in US? or only available in india ?

srivy said...

Hi, Happy Sri Rama Navami!

Swetha said...

hi
i recently came accross your blog and like your blog. i have also started a foodblog recently.keep up your good work and i wish u a very success.

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Several tips said...

Good recipe.