Ariselu is a delicious dish from Andhra Pradesh made from rice flour and jaggery and deep fried in oil! Crispy from outside and sweet to taste, this is one awesome sweet!
Couple of months while blog hopping food blogs, looking for something interesting to make, I stumbled upon the Indian Cooking Challenge and I really liked the concept. And this Ariselu is a part of ICC I took up.
If we can have a Daring Bakers, we can have a ICC too! I promptly mailed Srivalli that I want to participate but then my neck gave me dhoka and I couldn’t take part last month, but this month, I was very sure I will do it.
So here is my first entry for the ICC. The delicious Ariselu!
The rules are just as the Daring bakers. We are to follow the recipe given there exactly and make the dish and post it on the blog on 15th of every month. I found this Ariselu recipe on Srivalli’s blog and thought I should attempt them.
Also, this recipe is a part of Srivalli’s blog’s 100th post, so lets congratulate her on this 🙂 You can definitely look into her blog for some delicious and traditional recipe ideas. It is a mine house of super ideas 🙂
Back to the recipe, this one yields about 8.
Another South Indian sweet recipe from Kerala, which I made as a part of the ICC – Vatteppam!