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Classic Seedai (Mini Crunchy Balls)

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Uppu Seedai - Crunchiness of South India's Festive Delight

Uppu Seedai or Cheedai is a traditional South Indian snack that is popular in the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, and parts of Karnataka. Uppu Seedai is typically golden brown in colour after frying. The colour may vary slightly depending on the cooking time, but it should have an even and appealing shade of brown.

Uppu Seedai has a unique texture characterized by a crispy and crunchy outer layer with a slightly softer, crumbly interior. When you take a bite, you'll experience a delightful contrast between the crispness of the outer shell and the tender, flavourful inside.

The seedai snack has a wonderfully savoury and salty flavour with a hint of spiciness. The primary taste comes from the roasted urad dal (black gram). It is also called as kara seedai ,because of the subtle heat felt by the taste buds from the spices used in the dough. The addition of sesame seeds enhances the nutty and slightly earthy flavour. Store Uppu Seedai in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Moisture can make the snack lose its crispness. The use of asafoetida (hing) and curry leaves contributes to its aromatic and savoury profile.

It is a must-have snack during various South Indian festivals, especially during Krishna Janmashtami. It is prepared as an offering to Lord Krishna, and the tradition has been passed down through generations.

While it is commonly made during festivals, Uppu Seedai is also a popular everyday snack enjoyed with tea or coffee. Its savory and crunchy nature makes it a delightful accompaniment.

Regional Names:

Tamil- Uppu Seedai | Telugu- Palakayalau | Kannada- Uppu akki unde | Malayalam- Kaliadaikka

Ingredients: 

Raw Rice Flour, Urad Dal, Fried Gram, Jeera, Asafoetida, Butter, Coconut, Rice Bran Oil, Salt

Available Packs:

190 g | 380 g

How to Use:

Ready to eat

Shelf life:

180 days

Storage Instructions:

Store in a cool and dry place in an air tight container

Additional Information
Packs

190 g Pack, 380 g Pack

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Customer Reviews

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Likes: It’s of no palm oil and same as home food
Improvements: A little quantity can be more than now packed one

Saadai crunchy balls are a good snack for kids. Specially as a school snack.

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Improvements: Please cut down on packing costs and pass them to the customers in terms of increased quantity since your quality is top notch
Classic Seedai

exceptional quality and the crunch brought me nostalgic memories of how we as children rolled out seedais in the white vesthi for Krishna Janmashtami