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Monday, August 2, 2010

Stuffed Papad (Poppadum) Cones and another award.....



                              
                                                              
This delicious and crispy papad bharwa has all the goodness of black pepper flavored papad with nutritious stuffings. A very good dish for kids party. Papad stuffed with chopped onions, sprout, roasted peanut and other spices is a wonderful snack item and it's very unique in its own way. 


Serves: 2, Preparation time: 5-6 minutes


Ingredients:
4 Papad (poppadums) Black pepper flavor
1 Onion
1 Green chilli
4 tbsp Green moong sprout
1/4 cup Sev
1 tbsp salted Peanuts
2 tsp Lemon juice
1/2 tsp Chat masala
Puffed lotus seed (makhane) handful
1 tsp ghee
Salt to taste
Black pepper to taste


For Chutney:
1 bunch of Pudina/Mint (separate the leaves from stem)
4 tsp Urad dal
1 tbsp Chana dal
3-4 Red whole chilli
1 tsp of Hing (asafoetida) 
2 flakes of Garlic
1/4 cup Tamarind juice
Salt to taste


Method:
Take a papad and slightly make a cut from the center till the circumference and roast on a tawa till almost done.Then using both hands, swiftly fold it into a triangular cone and with the help of toothpicks try to retain the shape. Keep them aside. 



 Chop onion finely and mix it well with roasted peanuts and green sprouts. Sprinkle lemon juice, chat masala, black pepper powder and salt. Keep this mixture aside. In a pan add 1 tsp ghee and fry the makhanes. Take out the toothpicks. Now stuff the above mixture in those cones. Garnish with sev and mint chutney. And 
surprise your guests with these yummy cones.

                                                         


For Chutney:
Wash pudina leaves and chop them. Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan and add urad dal, chana dal and fry them till light brown. Add red chillies, hing, garlic and saute for a minute. Add mint leaves and saute until it changes color. Once it is cooked (it shrinks to half the original quantity) let it cool. Grind the pudina mixture with tamarind extract till it turns to a fine paste. Add salt to it and your mint chutney is ready to serve. 


                                                 Chutney served on tomato shell


This healthy papad bharwa snack is being sent to the following events:
                           
  • Let's Sprout by Priya
  • Party Treats event series of Monthly Mingle guest hosted by Saraswathi and started by Meeta
  • Celebrating Independence Day (CID)2010 hosted by Akila                                                                                                                                                                                  
                                                                    
Now comes the award....which never fails to bring smile on my face :-) Love to have them as it makes me so happy. Really appreciate each of your comments and feedback. So I accept your token of love  from Suja, Jay, Neetz, Aipi, Satrupa, Sayali, Chetana. These girls have honored me with this lovely 'Versatile Award'. Once again thank you all ladies....Do visit their blog to relish more yummy treats.


                                      
1- You need to thank, who passed it on to you.
2- Write seven things about myself (I know it's very boring for you gals :-) but can't help it....rules are rules...) 
3- Pass onto at least 15 bloggers 
4- Link the nominees within your post


Though I would have loved to share this with my all blogger friends but since it's the nature of the rule so here are some randomly selected ones.....
HemaPari, Nandini, Manju, Nayna, Yasmeen, Swathi, Panchpackwan, Sushma, Pavithra, Rahin, Babli, Smita, Priya, Sowmya, Reshmi


Ladies, please accept the award  ....


And here comes the boring part, 7 things about me:
1- I'm a travel freak.
2- I love to read horror/ thriller novels.
3- I love exploring new places.
4- I can spend hours in a swimming pool.
5- I love to do multi-tasking. Restless feet you can say....
6- I love to play with my three year old son and tease him.
7- My friends calls me prankster, as I always play practical jokes upon them.

44 comments:

  1. that looks wonderful and healthy and delicious all at the same time..:) very nice recipe
    Congrats on your award dear..you deserve it 4 being such a beautiful blogger..

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  2. great party snacker! looks delicious and congrats on the award too.

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  3. looks so yummy your snacks!congrats for awards!

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  4. that's too tempting....perfect for evening snacks....

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  5. Thank you ladies for your sweet comments....

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  6. Lovely papads. just love them. Thanks for sending it to my event.

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  7. The papad cones look so yummy ... I'm sure the kiddos will enjoy it too !!
    Congrats for the award n thanks for sharing it with me too ...
    I'l be linking it in the upcoming post .

    - Smita
    @Little Food Junction

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  8. nice creative way of having papad chaat..very delicious..
    And thanks a lot for passing me the award..means a lot to me when you have remembered me for the same..Thanks again

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  9. Woww.. looks so delicious and yummy.. nice clicks too.. congrats on ur award dear.. :)

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  10. papad chat looks so tempting n yum...mouthwatering dish...congrats on ur awards...keep rocking gal

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  11. the same award is waiting for u @ my space..do do collect ur versatile blogger award

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  12. Hey Deepz , wonderful da.. have been trying this papad cone but never got it right ..U r truly one of those best cooks :) ...

    Thanks a lot for the award .. :) ..time to brag about myself ;)

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  13. Wow! You have done it so perfect, i never folded poppadums like this. Very nice recipe. Thank you so much for sending this to my event:-)

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  14. papad looks so lovely- pass it on to me

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  15. wowww gr8 idea... Hats Off to u :-).. Amrita

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  16. Congrats on your awards deepa and thanks so much for sharing it with me as well....and lovely way to use papad to make these yummy cones...loved the idea ...

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  17. How groovy the papad cones are! No wonder I was just dreaming of it last night! Love the presentation! Congrats on the award and thanks!

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  18. Your pappad is really fantastic with its lovely colours...

    Thanks for sending this to my event....dear....

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  19. Love the papad mix and it looks yummy and colorful.

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  20. Pappad cones looks healhty and delicious... Nice presentation too...
    Congarts on Award and thank you so much for sharing with me.

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  21. papad cones looks so tempting ....very well explained n the chutney too looks so tempting ...love this recipe ...congrats dear for this wonderful award

    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  22. Pappad cone sounds & looks great..Its a very tempting picutres for sure:)

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  23. Papad cones are just too good. Congrats for an Award!!!!

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  24. Stuffed pappad cones looks delicious Deepa. Congrats on your awards. Thanks for sharing award with me. I will posting it in my award blog.

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  25. stuffed pappad looks soo fantastic deepa...i love the presentation deepa....congrats on ur award...n...thanks for sharing this beautiful award with me...i posted it to my gadget in my blog...

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  26. congrats on ur awards and the stuffed pappd looks so delicious..very yummy stuffing and the chutney.. really good one deepa.. the pepper flavored pappad have to buy that looks so good

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  27. oh wow!! awesome..awesome..loved it..

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  28. Very innovative & yum prep.... Awesome starter for a get together..... & Kudos too :) I love makhana.... My favorite.... :)

    Ash...
    (http://hastkala-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

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  29. i love the stuffed papad, yummy !

    Congratulations on the award and Thanks a lot for passing it on to me , it was gud to know about you !

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  30. Papad filled snacks looks wonderfully tasty nad very innovative.
    Congrats on thwe award thanks for sharing it with me.
    http://simplysensationalfood.blogspot.com/2010/07/one-more-award.html

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  31. Congratulations on your deserving awards, that stuffed papad recipe is very new and lovely :)

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  32. stuffed papad cones looks so kool.. i love the idea!! congrats on ur award.. wish u many more..
    first time here and love to follow u

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  33. Deepa,
    tomar stuffed papad cones sudhoo dekhte daroon hoeni, haath badia ni-ae khete icche korche.
    Liked the stuffing...you must be happy with the Awards:)
    and enjoyed reading about you.

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  34. Heartiest congratulations to you for your award. Keep it up!
    Thanks for sharing your award with me.
    Stuffed papad looks absolutely gorgeous. I cannot resist myself. Best item for snacks but I am ready to take anytime. Odbhut sundor presentation r papad ta cone shape e fold korata amar aro bhalo laglo. Stuffing ta darun hoyechhe.

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  35. Thank you friends for vising my page and appreciating this stuffed papad so much.

    @Reshmi: Thanks buddy for liking this stuffed cone. Happy to have a few friend here. Do visit here again.

    @Alison: Thanks for dropping by here. Would love to see you again.

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  36. eta darun idea...khub neat presentation. bookmark korlam. congrats on the awards.

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  37. Hey Deepa...U reminded me of India dear..Love these chatpata stuffed papad..looks so very tempting...

    So how r u dng dear-- i know its been very long time...n Hey there is another award waiting for u in my blog dear ...Grab ur second versatile award :)

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  38. Nice and tasty stuffed papads. I remember eating them in restaurants in b'lore.

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  39. Love the idea of pappad cones, & congrat for your awards & nice to know few things about u....I'm also multi-task freak, if i'm doing only one thing I feel i'm wasting time.....

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  40. Papad Cones looks really tempting..wow that a great idea.

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  41. Hi. Thanks for the entry dear, looks so scrumptious.
    Cooking-Goodfood

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  42. nice recipes...stuffed papads should taste better any day!! ....loved it! thank u for sharing

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