As mentioned in my previous post, for the past couple of months we have had so many festive celebrations going on at home. Hence an array of traditional sweet and savoury snacks have been on the menu regularly. So for this week's theme I have posted three recipes from the recent preparations at home. Today's post is one such snack (prepared during the Krishna Jayanthi Festival) that goes really well with the afternoon break. Enjoy and munch!
One of the traditional sweet prepared on Gokulashtami. Rice flour and jaggery balls.
Prep Time: 2 Hrs | Cook Time: 25 Mins | Total Time: 2 Hrs 25 Mins | Serves: 15
This post is for Blogging Marathon 45 under the theme "Tea Time snacks". Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 45 here.
Pavani N says
We made these for ICC and I remember how crispy and crunchy these were. Love ur presentation.
veena krishnakumar says
Lovely clicks. The cheedai has come out so well
The cheedai has come out so well.
Chef Mireille says
the consistency looks great and can imagine how delicious it must be
Vella seedai has turned out well Nisha..I can munch on these forever..
Harini-Jaya R says
Love these addictive cuties!
sneha datar says
Great ladoos, looking yum.
Suma Gandlur says
I bet these are a great accompaniment to evening beverages. They look crunchy.
Pavani N says
Love these crispy & crunchy sweet treat.
vaishali sabnani says
Nisha I love the clicks..I am so zapped that i did not even read the recipe!!
Priya Suresh says
If i make vella seedai at home, wont keep myself munching, so crispy and dangerously addictive.
Varadas Kitchen says
Very nice presentation. Highlights the golden brown color.