Sunday, June 27, 2010

Coriander Stalk Vadagam (Mini Pappadam)


Ingredients:
  • Cooked rice – 2 cups
  • Coriander stalk – a handful
  • Cumin seeds – 1 Tea spoon
  • Green chili – 1
  • Salt as needed
  • Cooking oil for frying
 Method:
  • Grind cooked rice, coriander stalk, green chili, cumin seeds and salt together.
  • Grease a wide pan with cooking oil.
  • Take a spoonful of ground batter and spread in greased pan. Likewise spread the batter (of any desired shape ie, round or oval).
  • Place the pan in sunlight and allow them to dry for about three days.
  • You will get a nice green coloured and flavorful vadagam.
  • After they are completely dried store them in an air tight container.
  • Deep fry in oil and serve as tea time snack or a side snack with any rice.

31 comments:

  1. wow..really nice recipe Krishnaveni..Its so simple too.My mom also used to make rice papads.

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  2. Wow this is really innovative use of waste....thanks for sharing :)

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  3. Thats a new one, i havent tasted this type of papadam anywhere,must be really very flavourful..nice one krishaveni...loved the idea of using stalks of coriander

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  4. lovely vadams, loved the green colour

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  5. Omg, very unique, creative and awesome fryums..

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  6. Perfect for the event dear!luks very nice...

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  7. i have never vadi myself.. Thanks for sharing!
    i'll try this.. love the coriander flavour.

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  8. I've never had this before- looks great!

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  9. You have done really a great job Krishnaveni, looks really good.

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  10. Really great idea. looks delicious.

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  11. tempting and crispy pappadam...great

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  12. Wow that is a fantastic recipe..lovely papadam,that would be really colorful and delicious.

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  13. these vadagams looks colorful n yummy....adding stalks is gr8 idea...thanks for this post

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  14. wow..good one. Easy to make too... My grandma used to say "all the flavour and nice things in stalk only". This is a nice recipe to use that. Thanks for sharing Veni.

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  15. thats so delicious nice papad ..liked the color.. sundried really interesting

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  16. adengappaa..vadakam pottu asaththareenga! canada-la summer aarambichchiduchchaa?

    Colourful vadakams..looking great!

    BTW,can we make it in conventional oven Veni? neenga oven-la kaaya vaichchirukkeengalaa? enga veettula direct sunlight varaathu,athaan ketkiren. Thanks!

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  17. If we are using conventional oven for drying, i think it gives somewhat different flavour while deep frying. So i have tried sundrying method. In canada, summer has been started....so it is easy for me to dry quickly within 3 days. You can verywell try this recipe during hot summer.

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  18. Hello friends thanks a lot for your encouraging comments

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  19. Oh wow..u made this at home..very nice..looks wonderful..thanks for sharing this!

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  20. Wow...vadagams look too tempting...love to give a taste dear.

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  21. Nice Vadam. Perfect for rasam and kara Kuzhambhu!

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  22. Nice recipe n very new to me...must try...

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  23. omg!gr88888 recipe Krishna...never heard b4...really want 2 try this one..tnx a lot

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  24. வித்தியாசமான குறிப்பு..செய்து பார்க்கனும்..

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  25. looks so nice!!thanks for sharing!!

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