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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Ribbon Pakkoda

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I prefer doing snacks at home then getting it from out.I don't have much choice here as i don't get our south indian muruku etc.... Even if i get, the taste is quite different.Now my daughter is having her summer break and she always pester me for snacks.I was looking for some snacks which i can store for long.Then i saw ribbon pakooda in sandhya's food blog Swaadhisht.She has explained everything in detail.I took the exact measurement and followed the procedure she gave and ribbon pakkoda came out very well.The best part was when i had put the pakkoda on the tissue,i didn't find any oil on the tissue.This can be stored for long.
Check here for the recipe.

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I sending this to the WYFFried snack event hosted by EC of Simple Indian Food.

25 comments:

  1. Oh wo...this is all time favourite munching snack........looks crisp and yum......

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  2. wow looks so crunchy nice tea time snack. nice click Saritha.

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  3. wow..great yummy snack..enjoy.

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  4. This looks different than our version. Yummy!

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  5. Always wanted to know the recipe..thanks for sharing.

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  6. This is one of those crunchy snacks I can never say no to.

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  7. Wow looks so crunchy n yummy! My favourite snack!

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  8. My fav snack , my daughter loves them too.

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  9. looks different saritha.....great yaa!

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  10. ribbon pakoda looks yumm!!Same here..My kid's summer vacation is on :(..Have to bang my heads for different snack recipess.

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  11. Wow looks so crispy and perfect. Very tempting.

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  12. looks crisp and crunchy, lovely tea time snack!

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  13. hey varunavi,
    Very glad to see the perfect ribbon pakoda dear...ur daughter must've enjoyed it thoroughly!! I love such crisy karram kurram dishes at tea time :)
    Wishing a Happy Summer time break to ur daughter!!!
    Enjoy!!!
    TC

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  14. wonderful snacks....looks so crisp and tasty.

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  15. Thanks a lot, Saritha, for quoting my blog, here. Now, I may get the spirit to write more, thanks to you.

    The snack looks perfect. You try the different versions and you can notice the difference in taste!

    Thank you.

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  16. looks perfect and a yummy snack

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  17. dearrr...
    Pakkoda looks soo crisp...!
    cant't make like this..perfect!

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  18. wonderful snack ... looks great ...

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  19. Munch..munch...munch....I wish i could munch it right away...:)

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  20. omg! this is so beautiful...lovely! off for the recipe i go...

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  21. its looking crispy hope your kids enjoyed munching it, Rithvik loves all these kind of stuff.

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  22. How tempting..prfect crunchy snack,thanks for the entry

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