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Want a quick snack and have to make do with some boring (?!) veggies at home? Here is a quick recipe of yummy crispy padwal rings.
This crunchy and delicious dish of crispy padwal rings can either be used as a side dish for rice or as an evening snack. Here’s a quick recipe.
Padwal (snake gourd) – 1
Chilly powder – 1 tsp (or as required)
Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp
Salt – ( as required)
Rice flour – 3 or 4 tsp (or as required)
Slice the padwal into thin rings.
Add chilly powder, turmeric powder and salt to it. Mix well till the slices are coated with the powder.
Just before frying sprinkle some rice flour on the top of the sliced rings and mix it.
Heat a tawa & pour some oil. Place the coated rings without overlapping.
Fry them and when one side is done, flip them over.
When both sides becomes golden brown in colour, serve them hot. (If there is exceess oil allow it to rest on a tissue paper for sometime.)
Your delicious & crispy padwal rings are ready.
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