October 8, 2014

Viri Cake / Vettu Cake




Ingredients:
Maida
¼ kg
Sugar
¼ kg
Cooking Soad
½ tesp
Cardamom
2
Salt
¼ tes
Oil
For Deep Fry
Water
As reqired

 Procedure:
1. Sieve the maida, salt and cooking soda together.
2. In a wide bowl, mix the sugar  and ¼ cup of water. Mix them well and keep it aside for 5 mins or till the sugar dissolves in the water. 
3. Now add the flour mixture and cardamom powder. Mix them with your fingers. Then add water slowly and knead gently to make a smooth dough like chappathi dough.
4. Cover the dough for 30 – 45 mins.
5. Now, make lemon sized balls from the dough and keep it aside.
6.Heat the oil in a pan, add the balls one by one slowly. Keep the flame in between sim and medium. Slowly the balls will rise and open by itself. [That’s why this is called viri cake]  Flip them using the ladle for uniform cooking and cook till they become  golden in color.
7. Take them it out from the oil and drain the excess oil using tissue paper.
Cool it completely and store it in an air tight container.

Now viri cake is ready to eat with tea. Store this cake for 4-5 days at room temperature for long use.

Note:
1. Use powdered sugar also but measure the sugar amount before powdering  the sugar.

2. Oil temperature is very very important.  Should not increase or decrease the flame. 

17 comments:

Babitha costa said...

yum yum

Kurinji said...

thank u for immediate reply Babitha..

Shweet Spicess said...

this is something new and nice On going event Rice up with sweets / spices

Ramya Venkateswaran said...

Yummy and perfect snack ever

marudhuskitchen said...

I can feel the crispness ...ill try it some day its a unique one to me

Savitha Ganesan said...

It just looks like our khaja.Good.

Catherine said...

These look delicious. They would be perfect to serve at the holidays. ~ Catherine

Kalpana Sareesh said...

idhu sooper recipe..

MonuTeena RecipesPassion said...

wow kurinji so beautifully made

Julie said...

love this a lot,yummy!

Chitra Ganapathy said...

Hi ,
In this recipe u have mentioned baking soda,is it baking soda or cooking soda ? I want to try this recipe.

Kurinji said...

Chitra that is cooking soda...pls do let me know how the recipe turned out after cooking.

Princy Vinoth said...

Want to try this soon.

Anonymous said...

Looks crispy..check correct the spelling for cooking soda in ingredients column.
www.sailajakitchen.org

Kurinji said...

Thanks Sailajakitchen...

Gauri Kulkarni said...

These cakes look like a perfect tea time accompaniment... nice one :)

mullaimadavan said...

Nice recipe Kurunji, iam going to try!

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