Vella Seedai and the tradition
Traditionally, the Vella Seedai is prepared during Gokulashtami, also known as Krishna Jayanthi. Not just limited to that, these are also perfect for any occasion or celebration, like that of Diwali and Vinayaka Chathurthi. Who says “No” to sweets right?
The texture and ratio of flour decide it all, which is where we ensure perfection. These melt inside, while they seem crispy outside, hence a must-try.
Ingredients and Process
The major ingredients used in the preparation of Vella Seedai include Rice Flour, Urad Dal, Butter, Grated Jaggery, Cardamom Powder, etc. Each item is combined and prepared separately, to arrive at the right proportion and mixture, when made into balls. Special jaggery syrup is made to add taste to the Vella Seedai, as Jaggery is what is going to add to the sweetness of this yummy sweet. In the end, these are deep-fried to perfection, to pack and offer for sale.
Loved by all
Just like all the sweet varieties, Vella Seedai is loved by all. Starting from small kids to all the older ones, these are also a healthy option, since only Jaggery is used as the main sweetener. So there is no reason to step back from eating up all the Seedai, so eat healthily and stay happy.
Homely Sweets and Mylapore Ganapathy’s
All our sweets are offered with the Desi Ghee, and thus comes in the best of the natural flavors, purely homemade, with love. Apart from Seasonal Specials, we also have regional specials like that of the Sirivilliputhur Palgova. Try them all, and enjoy how it melts of purity.