Friday, May 18, 2012

Vettu Cake / Fried Cake. Kerala Special Chayakkada Palaharam.



Ingredients:
  • Egg 3
  • Maida ½ kg
  • Baking pdr ¼ Tspp
  • Powdered sugar 1 cup
  • Cardamom pdr ¼ Tsp
  • Water as rqd
  • Oil as rqd

Sieve the flour and baking pdr well. Combine powdered sugar and egg till the sugar completely melts. Make a well in the centre of the flour and pour the egg mixture. Mix it and make it into a dough using required amount of water. Cover and keep it aside for 15 to 30 mins. Then roll it and cut it into ½ inch square like pieces and make small cut on 4 sides and fry it .

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40 comments:

  1. Wonderful deep fried cakes. i have not see it. Will bookmark for preparation.

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  2. Never heard of it. looks really yum.. will try

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  3. Tina,adipoli aayitundu..perfectly made.

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  4. Deep fried cake looks so yummy!! U have made it very well!!

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  5. No doubt these fried cakes are fingerlicking!

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  6. Fried cake sounds real delicious :) looks great!!

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  7. Oh..I have eaten these long back in my friend's house..she just made round ones..your look nicer.

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  8. looks adorable like fluffy pillows !! awesome

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  9. Delicious one,its been a while since I made this and you reminded me....

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  10. Puffy little pillows, awesome.

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  11. I haven't tasted this one- looks like pillows :)

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  12. Delicious one,love these a lot..I too have this in my drafts,will post soon,Tina :-)

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  13. We always had this at home when I was growing up..your post brings back lots of fond memories! Woudl you mind sharing this and your other kerala recipes to Kerala Kitchen that I am hosting this month? thank you Tina:-)

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  14. sooooooo very nice.......love this.

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  15. Fried cake! Never heatd of it, looks awesome

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  16. Very nice. I think I have had it. sadly no eggs in the refrigerator today!

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  17. This is our college canteen palaharam:-)Will def make this soon:-)

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  18. This is very new.... Love to try out

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  20. Super fluffy vettu cake, the name itself attracts, thanks for sharing.

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  21. Very nice cakes....looks so authentic.

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  22. is it something similar to Kajira which we get in Some tea shops in Chennai?
    Looks wonderful :)

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  23. Tina i am surprised....u wudn't believe just yest i was talkg abt this from friends...was planning to make it...i have had it once on holidays....

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  24. Very yummy, done it so perfectly..

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  25. completely new to me ...absolutely awesome
    Tasty Appetite

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  26. New to me and looks so fluffy! loved the cute shapes

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  27. so tempting.... I love these

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  28. miss it too much.........lovely evening time snack....

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  29. Wooow yummy.

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  30. this is new to me. would love to make these at home. is it possible to make an eggless version. let me know.

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  31. Gonna try this recipe... I tried other recipe and it did not come out well.. Hope this one will be good.....

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