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Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Masala Papad Cones















Cooking Time Required: 10-12 mins
Cost of preparation: 10-15 rupees

Ingredients: Boiled potato ( 1 small ), Lijjat papad ( 1 no ), chopped coriander ( 1
tbs ), chopped ripe tomato ( 2 tbs ), red chilli flakes ( 1/3 tsp ), lemon juice ( few drops ), olive oil ( 1/5 tsp ), roasted sesame seeds ( 1/2 tsp ), salt ( to taste), any vegetable oil for deep frying.

Preparation: Peel and cut the potato into very small pieces. Transfer to a mixing bowl.

Add all the ingredients except for the papad and oil . Mix well.
















Cooking: Heat sufficient amount of oil in a deep wok.

Cut the papad into 4 pieces (quarters) and roll each piece into a cone shape. Hold the shape with the help of a pair of tongs and dip into hot oil for 20-25 secs.

Remove fried papad from wok and keep on a blotting paper/paper napkin. Allow to cool
for 5 mins.
















Stuff the prepared mixture into the papad cone.

Garnish with coriander leaves and chilli flakes and serve immediately.

Note: Use fresh papads for best results. I used a packet which was opened a month back and the papads turned a little brittle.

8 comments:

  1. They look so beautiful! I loved the way you fried them caught by the tongs. :)

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  2. WOw those papad cones looks super cute,lovely snacks..

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  3. I love this light on stomach snack. Cool stuffing.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  4. Wow..You have made it perfectly..Totally YUMMY...Love it..Bookmarked..

    Aarthi
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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  5. Dear AOF
    How are you? Very nice technique for fried cones. I make it in micro as no one eats fried papad here and I dont like roasted papad at all ! Ha ha. I like the use of roasted sesame , must try it ...

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  6. lovely recipe dear...looks great :-)


    http://onlyfishrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  7. I have a huge packet of papads sitting at home and keep wondering what else i can do with them other than just roasting or frying... this is an absolutely innovative idea for party snacks - masala papads with a twist :)

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