Ingredients: Green Gram Dal Oil for seasoning Mustard seeds Green chilli/Red chilli Curry leaves Desiccated...
Uppu Seedai is a must-have during Janmashtami and it comes as no surprise that this is a dish that can also be disastrous while making in our own kitchens. Why is that , would be a question many of us will have. Well, the traditional method involves pre-soaking rice and then grinding it into rice flour. This process is a catalyst in the chances of explosions in the kitchen as the moisture in the rice-flour is what causes it. Our Grandmothers and Mothers might seamlessly make these irresistible snacks but we, as simpletons need to be cautious while venturing to attampt making Uppu Seedai. To make life easier, a good substitute is rice-flour that can be roasted to be given the same consistency. This is a crucial step as finely roasting the rice-flour without letting it turn brown is truly an art.
Enjoy the video and the recipe that we have put together for your convenience. Make sure you pay attention to each step.
Rice Flour– 1 Cup (200 gms)
Butter- 1 Teaspoon
Urad Flour– 1 Table Spoon
Salt- 10 gms
Sesame seeds– 10 gms
Asafoetida– A sprinkle