Yummy!!Delicious treat.This brought backmy childhood memoriesMy Grandma used to makethis delicious chammanthy.Thanks for sharing thisVaayil vellam oori ketto :-)Keep posting such recipes.Philip
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Nice Post!This dish is highly popular in places like Kanjirapally and Pala in Kottayam district. We at Kanjirapally prepare it in a different style altogether. Instead of powdering the deep fried 'unakkirachi', it is simply pounded using 'Arakallu' and made into a semi crushed flat piece. It is then deep fried in coconut oil, without adding any of the extra stuff like curry leaves, onion, garlic etc. It goes very well with the dinner Kanji.