|2 cup||Rice flour|
|½ cup||Urad flour|
|4 tsp||Butter or dalda|
|1 tsp||Cumin seeds r sesame seeds|
|¼ cup||Grated coconut|
|Salt as per taste|
|1 T||Red chilli powder|
|Oil for deep frying|
Take rice flour, Urad flour, salt,chilli powder n sieve them together in a large bowl..For making urad dal, first roast 1/2 cup of split urad dal in a pan without adding oil,roast them in simmer, once they r slightly red put off the stove , cool them n grind them nicely with blender, sieve them n conserve them in a air tight box, can use them for murukku too..
Roast the grated coconut in a pan, make them dry n grind them coarsely..add the roasted coconut,butter(at room temperature) r dalda(if u r using dalda melt them slightly before adding), cumin seeds r sesame seeds r can add both to the mixed flour n add water to turn them a thick dough..roll them as tiny balls in ur palms without greasing ur palms, if its sticks ur dough is slight watery, if they didnt stick, ur dough is good, roll everything as tiny small balls n spread them in a paper towel for 15 minutes, paper towel will absorb presence of water in those balls..
Heat oil in a pan n deep fry them..they wont splutter now..i would like to share my way of frying here, i used to fry them twice so that they will fry evenly n will be very crispy..put the first batch in the oil n fry them until they turns lightly fried, strain it n keep them aside in a paper towel, meanwhile fry the 2nd batch n do as like the first batch, once u strained ur 2nd batch, put the first batch in the oil n fry them until they turns crispy..as they r balls they will fry very easily exterior, may be not well fried interior, frying them twice will fry them evenly..
Uppu Seedais r ready to eat, store them in air tight box if there is any left…Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!