Arisi poori/ Arisi vadai/ Rice poori

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Arisi Vadai
Recipe and Photo Courtesy: Kamala (grandma) , Mythili (my aunt)

Another fantastic recipe given by my Kamala paati!It is simply superb and irresistible. I can eat this all day!

Ingredients:

1 cup boiled rice/ Puzhungal arsi
1 cup grated coconut
5-6 green chillies
salt to taste

Soak boiled rice for 3 hours. Drain the water completely.
Grind together soaked rice with coconut gratings salt and green chillies to a semi-fine paste.
Do not add water while grinding. you want it to be like a vada batter. Smear oil on a plastic sheet. Roll out a ball of the dough with wet hands. Pat it on the sheet as thin as you can.
Slip it into hot oil and deep fry. You will surprised to see it puff up just like a puri. Turn over and continue frying till it is golden brown.


Serve with pulimolagai/ molaga thokku or just eat it as it is...

21 comments:

En Samaiyal said...

Unique dish preethi....wanna to try it ..let u know

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Wow - looks yum! Lovely post...

Ramya said...

Hey pudhu dish idhu..kelvi pattadhey illa..Looks yummy..Thattai madhiri taste irukkuma??

Ammu Madhu said...

ப்ரீத்தி சூப்பர் ரெசிப்பி.இனிக்கி என் ஹஸ்பன்ட்டோட பர்த்டே..வடை ,பஜ்ஜி போல் இல்லாமல் வேறு ஏதாவது செய்யனும்னு யோசிச்சுட்டு இருந்தேன்.இந்த அரிசி பூரி தான் செய்ய போறேன்.

அன்புடன்,
அம்மு.

Padma said...

Nice recipe Preethi... they look nice crisp and puffed up

LG said...

we love this poori :)

Mangala Bhat said...

wow one of my favs ..Thankx for the recipe

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Thats a quick fix for leftover rice..thanks for sharing.

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

Delicious and interesting recipe.

Hari Chandana said...

sounds too good.. looks very tempting.. lovely click!!

Priya said...

Sounds really wonderful..very interesting..

LORANDI said...

This is something totally new ! I just have to try it out tomorrow.

kittymatti said...

thanks guys

Thanks ammu, nalla vandhudha?
Ramya, it will taste very different from thattai.. Im unable to compare...

En Samaiyal said...

Thanx for ur nice comment Preethi.....

Varsha Vipins said...

cute crispy ones..i have had it once in my friends place KM..:)

sangeeta said...

is it from leftover rice??
and tell me please if it is a traditional recipe....as i like knowing about more traditional food...
the name arisi reminded me of a sweet fried dumpling made with rice flour i have seen in the states of bihar and jharkhand , called arisa....though i do not like that very much but i think it can be made tastier..( have tasted it at trade fair held here in Delhi).

Vijitha Shyam said...

I love poori and this is yummy!

Priti said...

I feel like taking that and eating ...looks fab

Kitchen Flavours said...

Oh wow...new to me....looks yum...

rekhas kitchen said...

nice recipe dear very new to me will try for tomarrow s breakfast thanks for the recipe.

forkbootsandapalette said...

i've had this many a times..its great is'nt it

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