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Ulli Vadiyalu -- Sun Dried Onion Fryums -- How to make Ulli Vadiyalu

One more recipe for sun dried item is Ulli Vadiyalu. When we fry them in the oil, they look like onion pakoda. Making them is very easy, trust me really very easy as we can plan three varieties of sundry items at one go...i.e. Minapa Vadiyalu, Gummadikaya Vadiyalu and Ulli Vadiyalu. 
Soak required amount of urad dal, grind it to make a smooth paste....for Minapa Vadiyalu...add salt and place them, for Gummadikaya Vadiyalu...add salt, chilli paste and ash gourd pieces and place them...for Ulli Vadiyalu...add salt, chilli paste and onion pieces and place them for sun dry. 
But we need to plan ahead and have to spend time. 

Ingredients:

Black Gram/Urad Dal - 1 cup
Onion - 2 Large
Green Chilli - 7 to 9
Salt - to taste
Cumin Seeds - 1 tbsp

Procedure:

Soak Urad dal for 8 hours.
Grind it to a fine and smooth paste. The consistency of the batter should be very thick, thicker than that of vada batter. Do not add water. 
Chop onions length wise. 
Make paste of salt, green chillies and cumin seeds.
Add chilli paste, onions to grounded black gram batter. 
Once we add onions and chilli paste, the batter become a little bit loose. 
Mix well. Spread a plastic sheet under the sun. With the help of a spoon place the batter to make ulli vadiyalu. 
Let them dry completely. They will take two to three days to dry completely. 
Once they are dried completely store them in an airtight container. 

Procedure for Frying:

Heat oil in a kadai, drop each vadiyam in the oil. Fry them till they turn brown colour.
Serve Ulli Vadiyalu with any dal or even as an evening snack item also. 

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