Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Alu chi Wadi

This is very famous in Maharashtrian food. This so tasty and healthy snack or side dish...




 Ingredients:
  • 8-10 Alu chi Pane (colocasia leaves) (commonly known as 'Elephant Ear')
  • 1 cup Gram flour (besan)
  • 1 tsp Sesame seeds
  • 2-3 tsp Tamarind pulp (as per taste)
  • 2 tsp Jaggery (as per taste)
  • 1 tsp Red chili powder (as per taste)
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil to deep fry
If you don't want to deep fry then For Tempering: (add more or less these ingredient according tot the quantities of the wadi)
  •  Oil
  • Mustard seeds
  • Cumin seeds
  • Sesame seeds
  • Garnish with Coconut and Coriander leaves
Method:
        First wash and clan the alu leaves. Let them dry for few minutes. In a bowl add besan,chili powder, sesame seeds and mix everything well. Add tamarind pulp, jaggery , salt and make a paste.  (not too watery but bit thick paste)

Place the bigest leaf first , facing upside down. Apply  thin layer of besan  paste to the leaf. keep another leaf on the top of this and continue the procedure at least with 3-4 leaves.


Roll the leaves from the root side to its tip. (if its getting sticky to you add apply little water/ oil).
 
Tie these rolls with thread so they will not open while getting steamed.
Pressure cook for 15-20 minutes  without whistle.


 Once the rolls are  cool down, cut the alu wadi and Deep fry or give tadaka.


Serve with Rice and Waran.
This recipe goes to Priya's Sesame seed event... 

15 comments:

Padma said...

Looks so crispy and yummy Jyoti. Never had this before, would love to try :)

Priya said...

Jyoti, watelse i need dear..thanks for sending this beautiful alu chi wadi, looks awesome...

Soma Pradhan said...

I simply love this..Though I dont Fry them.. I just shallow fry or toss them in oil...Ur looks lovely. Havent had this since a long time..makes me crave again

Sushma Mallya said...

well i usually steam it,deep frying and tempering it also sounds good,loved this version as well jyoti,thanks for sharing..

Kanchan said...

I always wanated to try these, will surely take up this soon :)

Jyoti V said...

Thank you all:)

Preeti Kashyap said...

Love the recipe and click!

Malar Gandhi said...

Heard a lot about this dish...never practically used collacassia leaves, this looks beautiful and very inviting...must be tastee:)

shanthi said...

Heard abt it but not yet made it Will surely try it. Thanks for sharing

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Very interesting recipe dear, new to me. looks yummy:)

Supriya Nair said...

First time here...looks lovely...and very yummyyy!

Jyoti V said...

Thank you all, i hope you will try this new recipe and let me know...

Thx supriya for visiting & lovely comments... and hope to see you again...

Sonia said...

Nice one here. I too posted something similar long back.

Kalai said...

Nice recipe!

Neetz said...

This is actually new to me looks awesome :)..

I m new here to ur blog :)..got a gr8 blog :)..
do drop by when u get time on

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Luv
Neethu

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