Tuesday, March 5, 2013

KaradoDappe | ಕರದೊಡಪ್ಪೆ ..




This is an authentic " Malenadu " cuisine(More info about Malenadu Clink here.).
My amma used to prepare this dish atleast once in a week when i was going to college ! I'm so much attched to this dish. During early rainy season at my hometown we use tender bamboo shoot instead of all the veggies to prepare this yummy dish !!

Ing :


Rice flour : 1 & 1/2 cups
Finely chopped onion : 1/4 cup
Finely chopped cilantro : 1 table spoon
Grated carrot : 1/8 cup
Grated cabbage : 1/8 cup
Finely chopped curry leaves : 1 tea spoon
Red chilli powder : 1 & 1/2 tea spoon
Salt : 1/2 tea spoon
Asafoetida : A pinch
Warm vegetable oil : 1 table spoon
Cold water : 1/4 cup ( Adjust accordingly )

Vegetable oil for deep frying : 2 cups


Method :

* In a bowl pour in all the ingridients except water. Mix it very well.

* Using little by little amount of water make a soft dough. ( Dough looks like a chapati dough )

* In a non stick pan heat vegetable oil.

* Apply a drop of vegetable oil to your palm and also over the thin plastic cover / plantain leaf, take a little amount of dough and press it.

* Carefully transfer the pressed dough to your palm and transfer it into hot oil.

* Cook both the sides turns crisp.

* Serve hot KaradoDappe with 
Coconut Chutney .

17 comments:

  1. wow - so good and yum. Shree this is one such version for feeding veg to kids right?
    also elders like my hubby :)

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    1. Thanks Divya.. Yeah this is another way of feeding veggies :) :)

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  2. yummy fritters using rice flour.looks crisp and yummy.

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  3. Delicious crispy fitters I love to have with my rice.

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  4. Have never tasted this before - adding on to my "want to try" list!

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    1. Do thy this recipe Priya, i'm sure you will love it !

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  5. Yummy Vadappe..my all time favorite!

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  6. we call it vodappe,but karida vodappe is deep fried one as wecal and make it at home.

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    1. Thank u curry soul for the comment.. we also prepare 2 kinds of vadappe at home.. :)

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  7. Looks yummy...Happy to follow..
    Will be glad if you follow me back :)

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