I agree making seedai is a bit tedious task...making homemade rice flour
and urad dal flour
from scratch itself is time consuming but yes the end result is just awesome...But the traditional way of making uupu seedai
always satisfies me and is sure a feel good moment for me...I love the taste too.
Now after making seedai for so many times I wanted to try this maida uppu seedai which is a very easy method and gives the melt in the mouth taste like the ones we get in Adayar Ananda Bhavan and Grand Sweets....I had the recipe in the supplementary book perimma gave me....And I already knew and understood that maida has the tendency to become like rice flour in texture after steaming as I have made the mullu murukku
that way so I confidently tried this seedai today and it came out sooo good.
Scared of seedai bursting? Tired of making homemade flours?! Then this maida seedai is just right for you....this is also called as no burst seedai so this is perfect for beginners and can be made even at the last minute.
Labels: Gokulashtami Recipes, seedai recipes