Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Sea Shells / Kadal Kakka


Ingredients:
All purpose Flour/Maida: 3 cup
Milk: 1/2 cup
Egg: 2
Sugar: 2 tbsp
Ghee: 2 tbsp
Salt: to taste
Oil: for deep frying
Fork:


Method:
In a large mixing bowl, Seive maida. Add sugar and salt. Beat egg well and add to this. Pour milk little by little to this and knead well till the dough turns soft (like chappathi dough). Keep aside for 1-2 hrs. Make the dough into small balls and spread it on the top of the fork and roll it. Heat oil in a pan, deep fry till golden color.

33 comments:

  1. Sea Shells look so crispy and delicious. At any time I can have this snack.
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  2. Hey Jaisy,

    I just love this so much.......Send me some...Thanx for the award dear...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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  3. Yummy snack and just love its shape...

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  4. that looks a perfect any time snack. crispy and yummy.

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  5. looks so crispy....u r tempting me.

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  6. Crispy sea shells, feel like munching some..

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  7. Awesome munchies..nice clicks too..adipoli!!

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  8. Adipoli kadal kakka. Nice munchies. Bharani enniku istha pettu.

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  9. its a great recipe....used to have it for occassions...
    Biny

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  10. Yummy and crispy snack..love to munch this anytime of the day.

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  11. Wow! They look so good and inviting.

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  12. I like this a lot...one of my aunt used to buy this for me....:)

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  13. My mom makes it similarly, love it, they look so gorgeous :)

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  14. Glad i stopped by...u have a wonderful space here with a wide variety of recipes...Now glad to be following u!!! ;)

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  15. Dear Jaisy,
    Finally managed to check out ur space, sorry for the delay was tied up with the round ups. The sea shells look adorable, perfect for munching.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  16. hey it looks crispy and yummy...loved it...i have heard abt this from my MIL, but never tried it...

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  17. This is very new to me,completely yummy recipe,loved it!

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  18. Isn't this also known as the "Kal kal"

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  19. Hey dear there is an award for you...just tosay thx for all ur support.
    Biny

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  20. we call this gavvalu :) brought back so many memories :)

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  21. crispy and a very new snack to me. looks tasty:)

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