Uppu Seedai Recipe | Salt Seedai | Seedai

Uppu Seedai Recipe | Salt Seedai | Seedai
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Uppu Seedai Recipe | Salt Seedai | Seedai recipe with step-by-step pictures and instructions. Uppu seedai is a crispy and crunchy snack made with rice flour. It is one of the popular snacks made during Gokulashtami along with vella seedai which is a sweet version of the same. I am sharing the shortcut method of making seedai with store-bought or idiyappam flour. 

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Many people are afraid of doing seedai in fear of seedai getting burst in oil. After trying so many times, this time during Gokulashtami I got the perfect seedai. With every failure, I learned some tips and tricks. This recipe is shared by my friend Bhargavi’s mother and works perfectly every time. Check out the tips and trick and you can also make seedai easily at the home.

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Do try and let me know your feedback. You can also try the below recipes

Idli Dosa Batter Murukku

Besan karasev

Besan Ribbon Pakoda

Butter Murukku

South Indian Mixture

Poha Chivda

Besan Murukku

Bombay Mixture

Omapodi

Kara Boondi

Kalmi Vada

Murukku

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Uppu Seedai Recipe | Salt Seedai | Seedai

Uppu seedai is a crispy and crunchy snack made with rice flour.

30 minPrep Time

40 minCook Time

1 hr, 10 Total Time

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Ingredients

  • Rice flour 1 cup
  • Urad dal powder 1.5 tbsp
  • Butter 2 tbsp
  • Sesame seeds 1 tsp
  • Hing 1/4 tsp
  • Salt as required
  • Oil for frying.

Instructions

  1. Roast urad dal and powder it to prepare urad dal powder
  2. Dry roast the rice flour for 1-2 minutes without changing the color and allow it to cool down.
  3. Take rice flour and urad dal powder and sieve them a couple of times. This is a very important step. Don't skip it.
  4. Take sieved rice flour and urad dal powder in a bowl.
  5. Add salt, hing, sesame seeds, and butter to it.
  6. Rub it gently with flour and then slowly add water.
  7. Knead to form a soft dough.
  8. Gently roll the dough to form small balls.
  9. Repeat the same for the rest of the balls and allow them to dry in paper or tissue for 10 minutes.
  10. Heat oil and fry them in low flame till it is crispy and golden.
  11. Crispy and delicious uppu seedai is ready. Store in an airtight container.

Notes

I used my idiyappam flour. You can use store-bought rice flour too.

Dry roast the flour without changing the color till all moisture is removed.

Don't skip the sieving step as it helps to prevent bursting. You can sieve them up to 4 times

Always roll the seedai very gently and soft. Don't roll it hard.

Allow it to dry for 10 minutes before frying.

Always put 1 or 2 seedai in oil and check if it is not bursting and add more.

Always fry in low flame for more time for crispier seedai. If you cook in medium or high flame seedai will be cooked outside but soft inside.

Some people use coconut too. you can dry roast and add it if using.

If you are using store-bought urad dal flour, roast it along with rice flour.

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How to make Uppu Seedai with step by step pictures

Roast urad dal and powder it to prepare urad dal powder

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Dry roast the rice flour for 1-2 minutes without changing the color and allow it to cool down.

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Take rice flour and urad dal powder and sieve them a couple of times. This is a very important step. Don’t skip it.

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Take sieved rice flour and urad dal powder in a bowl.

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Add salt, hing, sesame seeds, and butter to it.

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Rub it gently with flour and then slowly add water.

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Knead to form a soft dough.

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Gently roll the dough to form small balls. Repeat the same for the rest of the balls and allow them to dry in paper or tissue for 10 minutes.

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Heat oil and fry them in low flame till it is crispy and golden.

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Crispy and delicious uppu seedai is ready. Store in an airtight container.

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6 thoughts on “Uppu Seedai Recipe | Salt Seedai | Seedai”

  • As you have mentioned I am one of the few people who refrains from frying these yummy seedai for fear of them bursting in oil. The tips you have mentioned make a lot of sense and I shall try them out the next time for Gokulashtami.
  • Those uppu seedais look perfect! Making uppu seedai is a skill. I have had an accident where the seedais burst and was all over my kitchen. I have to gather courage and try to make them again. Seeing your seedai, I want to make some. Looks so delicious.
  • Wow, kudos to you for trying so many times and getting it perfect ! Seedai is one dish that scares the hell out of me! Every Sri jayanthi, i think i should overcome my fear and make it, till now Krishna sweets wins!!! Looks perfectly done, i can almost hear the crunch here!!! Well done!
  • Uppu seedai looks super crunch and yummy, this has been on my todo list for years now. Never got chance to make them, have to try soon

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