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Pudachi Wadi | Coriander Rolls for ICC April

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#1 Nivedita Thadani

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Posted 15 May 2011 - 10:00 AM

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Hi All,
This is frustrating........ Yesterday I kept the whole draft saved for ICC. Now its gone. Thanks to Blogger.com
Again I need to write down. I don't mind rewriting,. But time is the main problem. Tomorrow I am going out of station and will be back in the night and no time to write in detail. Even my saved draft did not had detailed recipe.
(hey I got the saved draft back in my blog, but I am posting the new one with few lines taken from the old draft.)
Last month I could not attend the challenge as I was in holiday mood. But this time again I am back for Indian Cooking Challenge for April month and Srivalli has chosen the traditional Maharashtrian dish Pudachi Wadi | Coriander Rolls  The recipe is taken from Archana of Tried & Tested Recipes.
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I loved these wadi or rolls. I had never tasted these. And, I loved the stuffing as I always feel fresh with its freshness and its aroma. Now, this recipe in my menu for an extra snack for guests. Thanks Valli for choosing this recipe for the challenge.
NOTE FROM MY SIDE : 

  • The recipe is simple but the trick or challenge is to roll out THIN phulka or puris AND covering these properly after you stuff the coriander masala in it. 
  • And then comes roasting the wadis on tawa, BE CAREFUL to roast on low flame or else your wadis will have black spots.
  • I am not going to write down the whole recipe but you can check Valli's  link for the detailed recipe.
My pictorial recipe:
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The wheat flour and gramflour atta with hot oil, the onion and fresh coriander masala, Tamarind paste, garam masala and oil paste.

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 dough rolled into puri size, tamarind paste spread and coriander masala stuff.

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The roasted wadi.

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Another shape of wadi(followed Archana )

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The triangle shape wadi is getting fried.


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Both shape wadis before getting cut.

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Wadi's ready to serve with green chutney or sauce. 
I loved the challenge and as usual waiting for the next challenge and I hope to participate also :-)

Keep Smiling,

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