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Experience the authentic flavors of South India with our Ari Vattal. A traditional delicacy, Ari Vattal is made from boiled rice and spices, roasted to perfection to create a crispy and savory snack or accompaniment. Indulge in the rich taste and crunchy texture of this timeless South Indian treat.



Key Features:

  1. Handcrafted Excellence: Our Ari Vattal is meticulously handcrafted using the finest quality boiled rice and a blend of aromatic spices, ensuring authenticity and superior taste.
  2. Traditional Recipe: Passed down through generations, our recipe for Ari Vattal captures the essence of South Indian culinary heritage, delivering an unparalleled taste experience.
  3. Crispy Texture: Each bite of our Ari Vattal offers a satisfying crunch, making it the perfect snack or accompaniment to enjoy with tea, coffee, or as a side dish with meals.
  4. Versatile Usage: Whether enjoyed on its own as a snack, sprinkled over rice dishes for added crunch, or paired with chutneys and dips, our Ari Vattal offers endless culinary possibilities.
  5. Preservative-Free: We prioritize purity and taste by avoiding artificial additives and preservatives, ensuring that you enjoy the authentic flavors of Ari Vattal in their truest form.

How to Fry Ari Vattal:

  1. Preheat Oil: Start by heating vegetable oil or any oil of your choice in a deep frying pan or a fryer. The oil should be heated to around 350°F (175°C) for optimal frying.
  2. Prepare Ari Vattal: While the oil is heating, prepare the Ari Vattal by ensuring they are dry and free from any moisture. If the Ari Vattal is wet, it can cause the oil to splatter.
  3. Fry in Batches: Carefully add a small batch of Ari Vattal to the hot oil. Be cautious not to overcrowd the pan, as this can lower the oil temperature and result in soggy Ari Vattal. Fry in batches as needed.
  4. Fry Until Crispy: Fry the Ari Vattal until they turn golden brown and crispy, which usually takes about 2-3 minutes. Use a slotted spoon or a spider skimmer to gently stir and flip the Ari Vattal occasionally for even frying.
  5. Drain Excess Oil: Once the Ari Vattal are crispy and golden brown, carefully remove them from the hot oil using a slotted spoon or spider skimmer. Transfer them to a plate lined with paper towels to drain any excess oil.
  6. Season and Serve: While the Ari Vattal are still hot, season them with your favorite spices or seasoning blend, such as salt, chili powder, or chaat masala, to enhance their flavor. Allow them to cool slightly before serving.
  7. Store Remaining Ari Vattal: If you have leftover fried Ari Vattal, allow them to cool completely before storing them in an airtight container. They can be stored at room temperature for up to a week.

Safety Tips:

  • Always exercise caution when working with hot oil to prevent burns or accidents.
  • Never leave hot oil unattended on the stove.
  • Keep a lid nearby to smother any potential oil fires.
  • Use a thermometer to monitor the oil temperature and prevent overheating.

Now you’re ready to fry Ari Vattal to perfection! Enjoy your crispy and flavorful snack with your favorite dipping sauce or as a topping for salads and soups.

How to Enjoy:

  1. Pairing Suggestions: Ari Vattal pairs exceptionally well with a hot cup of tea or coffee, enhancing your beverage experience with its crunchy texture and savory flavor.
  2. Accompaniment to Meals: Sprinkle Ari Vattal over your favorite South Indian rice dishes like sambar rice or curd rice for an added crunch and burst of flavor.
  3. Dipping Delight: Serve Ari Vattal alongside your favorite chutneys or dips for a delightful snacking experience. The crispy texture of Ari Vattal adds an exciting contrast to creamy dips and tangy chutneys.
  4. Storage Tips: Store Ari Vattal in an airtight container to maintain its crispiness and freshness. Keep it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to preserve its quality for longer.

Additional information

Weight 400 g