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Thursday, April 25, 2013

Khandvi



This month at the SNC Challenge 7 the South team was asked to make Khandvi by Hetal Acharya the North team was challenged  to make Karupatti  Appam by Shama Nagarajan.



SNC is the brain child of Divya Pramil. I am proud to be a member of this  challenge and I belong to the South team.



Lets go ahead and make the very popular Farsan from Gujarat. Looks simple and very tricky to get the perfect consistency to roll the batter into rolls. Taste yummy, you can add up a dash of  green chilli paste to the batter to make it spicy.






Ingredients:

Besan  (gram) flour - 1 cup
Sour curd - 1 cup
Water -  2 cups
Turmeric powder – ¼  tsp
Sugar - 1 tsp
Salt to taste
Hing = a big pinch

Tadka :

Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Asafoetida - 1/2 - 1 tsp
Curry leaves - few
Green chilly – 1 or 2 seeing the level of spice
Red chilly – 1
Coriander leaves and Grated coconut - 2 tsps for garnishing.


Method:

Mix besan flour, curd, turmeric powder, salt, sugar and water well without lumps to a smooth batter .



Filter the batter if any lumps present using a strainer .


Heat a non stick pan and pour the batter to it, stir continuously for few minutes on slow flame till it becomes thick and raw smell of the batter leaves. It took around 15 minutes.


Spread spoon of the batter on a clean plate, wait for few seconds , roll it out ,the batter shouldn't be sticky to the plate . If fine, then spread the whole batter to the plate and cut it off with a knife and then roll off.


Arrange it in a clean another plate .


Meanwhile ,heat oil  in a kadai. Once hot, add mustard seeds, sesame seeds .When it splutters, add asafoetida, chopped green chilly, red chilly and curry leaves.


Sprinkle the tadka over the rolls. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves and grated coconut.

Latha

23 comments:

  1. they are more than perfect.looks amazing ,i can eat them all .

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  2. Looks delicious and great. Tempting clicks.

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  3. Beauties, they came out extremely fabulous n prefect.. Wat a challenge na, well done.

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  4. Very very lovely Khandavi Latha. It looks so delicious. Wish I could have had it right from here. Beautiful clicks, with the black plate it looks class.

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  5. gorgeousness..n simply yummm

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  6. Very interesting recipe, something new that I never heard of before. Sure its exciting and adore how the rolling has been done, also added with the flavors and the little interesting deco on top.

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  7. have seen this in many tv shows..never tried..looks awesome:)guess the rolling part is bit tricky????????

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  8. Khandvi looks lovely and super tempting

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  9. Lovely recipe.
    Easy to make and yummy dish.
    The presentation is too good.

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  10. Lathaji, I have heard of Kandavi, and after seeing urs want to give a try. Lovely clicks and tempting too.

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  11. I love khandavi.. Superb Latha :-)

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  12. I haven't tried making this dish yet, it looks awesome, nicely done..

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  13. Hey Latha. I've been loving the blog and lately been enjoying the SNC.

    I've got a blog-related question and want to mail you. What's your email address or the best way to get in touch?

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    1. Hai Thanks for dropping by.

      You may write to me at latha_madhusudhan@hotmail.com

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  14. looks so soft and beautifully arranged.

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