Thursday, April 8, 2010

chitti chegodilu (small rings) with leftover upma

If anyone feel bore to eat left over upma.Try this recipe rather trash the upma.It's a great and crunchy tea time snack. 


Ingredients :
Left Oner Upma - 1 cup
Rice flour- 1 cup
All purpose flour /maida-1 cup
Sesame seeds- 2tsp
Red chilly Powder-2 tsp
Ajwain - 1/4 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric powder-1/2 tsp
Baking soda - pinch
Water - 1/2 - 3/4 cup(add according to
Salst - to taste
oil deep fry
Method :
1.In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients except oil and water.mix well.
2.In a bowl add water and boil bring to boil.
3.Add boiling water to flour.mix it with a spoon.cool down it.make a soft dough as chapathi dough.
4.Make a small balls out of the dough.make rope by rolling between palms.attach two ends of the rope,make a ring.repeat same for reaming dough.
   If you feel it's time consuming, just make one long rope and cut into small rope.attach both end and make small ring.
5.Deep fry them in heat oil on medium flame.fry till they turned into golden color.Drain them into a tissue.cool down it.
Step By Step Pix
6.keep them in air tight container to store about 1 month.
I am sending this recipe to Daisy Blue's Col-Left over delicacies event.

34 comments:

simply.food said...

What a delicious snack.Nice click too.

Deepti said...

Gr8 idea !! Cant wait 2 try out !!

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Awesome snack! Looks fantabulous!

Priya said...

Very creative ring murukku...yumm very crispy..

Uma said...

i know this snack as Kodbali.. never made it from leftover upma.. kudos for such a creative idea!

Kamalika said...

Thats a very nice idea..will surely try ur recipe....

Swathi said...

swpana,

Left over chegodilu looks awesome. Nice and crispy.

Jay said...

Hey,
First time here...Fabulous recipe! Love your wonderful space. Happy to follow u. Do drop in at my blog sometime...

Meena said...

such cute snack rings...swapna...looks crispy too...very creative indeed.

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for dropping lovely comments....
@ thanx Jay for visiting my blog and following....

Padhu said...

That's avery nice and innovative recipe Swapna .Have never heard of this before. Looks yummy!!

priya said...

delicious

Sushma Mallya said...

wow what a great idea of using upma this way...looks crispy and would be a perfect snack to munch anytime

Pavithra Srihari said...

wow this is the best leftover dish I should say ... Simply superb

Tina said...

Great idea dear...Looks crispy and delicious...

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for your comments.....

Gita Jaishankar said...

Wow dear...very innovative...what a delicious way to eat leftover upma...I am definitely going to try this :)

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Gita for your compliments...

Usha said...

Crispy and yum snack ! The paper mache clay craft below looks lovely!

Smitha said...

Lovely idea for leftover upma....and I love chegodis!!!
Thanx for following me and welcome to my blog...following u too!!

shanthi said...

Wonderful snack. The click as well. Do visit my blog when time permits. http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks Usha for visiting my blog...
Thanks Shanthi for visiting my blog..sure will visit...

Siddhi S said...

Hi swapna...how r u?...i missed mny of ur yummy posts, as i was off blogging for few weeks as i was loaded with work...but now m back on track n vl read all ur posts...loved this snack with left over upma,what an superb idea, cnt evn think that i can be made from it...thy r very tempting n crispy

Parita said...

This looks so crispy and yummy!

sreevijii said...

great.very innovative dish.do visit my blog when you find some time.following you.

Shankari said...

You have a big fan in me Swapna :) I hate upma and my husband is a big fan of it. Now I can make it and he can have it his way and I know what I am making with my share!

Thanks for the lovely recipe.

Panchpakwan said...

Wow very innovative way to use leftovers...
Looks curnchy and just superb !

Malar Gandhi said...

Chengodilu looks extraordinary...very crispy and nice...wonderful snack.

Madhura Manoj said...

Looks superb & crispy.1at time here following u

Swapna Sree said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments....
@Fine Siddhi....v too missed your delicious recipes....Try this recipe..am sure u will like it..
@Thanks Madhura for following my blog....

Kalai said...

this murukku looks absolutely divine! Loved you photograph!

Swapna Sree said...

Thanks you all for your comments....thanks for visitng my blog.....

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Anonymous said...

Good recipe a must try...