rice flour-500g, grated coconut – 1 cup, red chillie powder – 1 tsp, urud flour – 4 tsp, salt – 1 tsp, sesame seeds – 4 tsp, ghee or butter – 4 tsp, asafoetida – 1/2 tsp,.
Slightly heat the rice flour in a dry pan. Add other ingredients and mix well. Add little water so that the mixture becomes a solid paste. Make very small balls using this mixture and deep fry in oil.

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  1. Yes…it can be done without coconut. Infact the seedai’s from adayar anandha bhavan (hope you know that they make one of the best seedai) dont have any coconut in them….also saravana bhavan.

  2. Don’t forget to dry out the seedais on a newspaper for 15 – 20 mins, before frying, else the seedais explode leaving behind painful memories of a botched Janmashtami:(

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