Ottada

29 Responses

  1. aipi says:

    Wow..that look very authentic..thanks for sharing this delicious recipe 🙂

    US Masala

  2. Priya says:

    Ottada looks absolutely inviting and very authentic..

  3. Umm Mymoonah says:

    My mom prepares this atleast once in a week, I used to love this but she use to prepare it in a different method. Your version also looks very delicious.

  4. Delicious snack,my mom also makes with wheat flour,looks delicious dear..

  5. Urmila says:

    ithu entte oru ishta vibhavam aane….I make it in several ways…..this looks inviting….

  6. Ottada looks perfect. Would love to try preparing this in one day.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  7. Priti says:

    Looks yum …I didn’t knew it also made of rice …here they sell fish/chicken ottada…but calls something else I forgot the name now 🙁

  8. Rekha shoban says:

    healthy ottada…..lovely one!

  9. Deepti says:

    hoooooooo kothiyavunnu, imagining the smell from vazhayila….Ottata looks Perfect
    http://www.panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

  10. An Open Book says:

    my grand moms speciality…love it

  11. Ramya says:

    My ammumma’s speciality….Love it..:-)
    It has come out just perfect..:-)

  12. wow has come out so nice, yummy !

  13. divya says:

    What an amazing click, looks beautiful and yum!

  14. wow..superb ottada..looks perfect…ee “vazhayila” evidunnu oppichu??..

  15. Roshan says:

    wow…this sounds like an easy recipe for breakfast or snack time…will definitely try this…

  16. wow….
    looks yummy dear 🙂

  17. Sarah Naveen says:

    yummy team kothipichu kalanjallo…
    love this…

  18. wow, that is just 4 ingredients, sure looks simple. Very new dish for me, never heard or had it. Sounds interesting and delish 🙂

  19. Kidu, Kidu!! ente ammayum undakarundu, pakshe kurachu different annu..pakshe njan ithu varee try cheyittuilla..will give a try soon..

  20. ottada super aayittundu….

    FunWidFud

  21. Vidhya says:

    My mom makes it the same way but with rice flour and we too call it ottada.For Onam we add a few thumba poo flowers and call it Poovadda and keep it for neivediyum .

  22. sojo says:

    Hi maya,
    I was telling ur sis what a lovely blog u have here.. hats off to your patience and passion. the posts shows how much effort has gone in to the cooking and the presentation…totally love it!!!!
    sojo

  23. marifra79 says:

    Bella e particolare! Devono essere di un buono! Un abbraccio e buonissima giornata

  24. Suman Singh says:

    This sounds and looks like a new dish to me..looks fabulous!

  25. ooo nostalgic ay njan ketto. ente ammoma epolum undakki tahrumayrunu njgalke :), looks yummy da..

  26. Suhaina says:

    looks yummy….i have never prepared in this way..i always love the aroma when you fry the banana leaf in the tawa…my recipes are entirely different…may be try this one next time…looks so yummy…slurp…

  27. Latha says:

    Yes my favorite too, used whole meal bread flour for my version & came out very soft ,yummy too..

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