Thursday, March 18, 2010

boodida gummadi vadiyalu / White pumpkin(ash pumpkin) sun dried chips

Ingredients :
White pumpkin- 1/2 piece
Urad dal-1 cup
sesame seeds-5 tsp
green chilly- 4 or 5
or red chilly powder-2 tsp
salt to taste
Method:
1Soak the urad dal for 2 to 3 hrs.wash and drain the urad dal.grind urad dal,chilly into fine paste.
2.Remove the green outer skin for pumpkin.then grate the pupkin.squeze out the water from the grated pumpkin.
3.now combine the uad dal paste and grated,squeezed pumpkin,red chilly powder,sesame seeds,salt and mix well.
4.spread the cotton cloth at  sunlight.take spoon full of batter and put it on cloth.and press the batter with fingers int to flat shape.
5.dry it for few days until the vadiyam dry completely.then remove from the cloth store them in a airtight 
container for long time.
Step by step pictures
 6.whenever want the vadiyamu deep fry them serve with sambar rice or any curry rice.

20 comments:

Daisy Blue said...

Wow..so many experiments with pumpkin Swapna..and for all the hardwork you have done...I have given you an award :)

Swathi said...

Swapna,

vadgam with white pumpkin is new to me, Looks good

Sarah Naveen said...

A new one for my..looks so crispy...yummy yumm

malarvizhi said...

pumpkin vadagam really superb and new to me.i will try soon. thanks for sharing.

Hari Chandana said...

Aahaa!!... gummadi vadiyalu.. chala bagundi..looks very tempting.. love the color.. Awesome job dear!!

Sushma Mallya said...

very interesting,innovative one swapna,...looks too good..

Meena said...

Swapna, love the chips...very very unique!!!

Tina said...

Its new to me...Looks great...

Deepa said...

this looks so tasty..a nice crunchy snack..

Aruna Manikandan said...

Sounds new to me!!!
Nice illustrated clicks...

Thx for sharing dear :-)

Padhu said...

Looks crispy.Perfect and unique snack

Siddhi S said...

hey i like this vadai... loved u recipe..vl try soon

Jagruti said...

Something new for me..looks very crispy and tasty! like the step by step pics...

Priya said...

Wow this is truly new for me..looks sooo beautiful..

shireesha tummala said...

Very new to me..
looks yummy.......

Gita said...

Very interesting vathal dear....they look so good :)

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks all...
@Daisy thanks for sharing the award....

Ms.Chitchat said...

Wow, that sure was too good. Loved the illustrative clicks. Too good, will definitely give a try.

myspicykitchen said...

OMG... the more I browse your blog, more nostalgic I am becoming... My grandma use to make them...

So many telnagana vantalu...

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Myspacekitchen....yes I love to do traditional dishes esp my regional recipes.......