This is one not so often made snack at my home. But I have had it from my mom's friends place who makes it often. Infact, my mom learnt to make it from her. I used to love these then and now too.
During my last visit to Kerala, I noticed that the tea shop near our house carried these. They looked pretty placed in the glass cupboards. I was double minded about getting it though. That tea shop doesn't have too many customers in a day and I just didn't want to get something made days back. So every other day when I would pass by that tea shop I used to crave for them looking at it. After a couple of days I realized, the stack remained the same - neither grew or reduce in size , nor did it change its pattern of arrangement. They indeed were never in demand at that shop. My craving then took a change.
I started craving to make it at home and have it rather than from the tea shops. So as soon as we were back from the vacation and settled down, I made it and felt so good to have relived those memories of my childhood of having these fried cakes . Here is how I made it. Make it for your loved ones and enjoy it over a cup of tea or coffee.
Recipe Courtesy : Swapna Chechi