Sunday, August 17, 2008

KHANDVI & AN AWARD


Ingredients

Gram flour - 2 tbsp

Curd - 2 tbsp

Turmeric powder - a pinch

Seasoning - to taste

Mustard seeds - 1 tsp

Sesame seeds - 1 tsp

Oil - 1 tsp

Green chilli - 1 or 2

coconut (optional) - 1 tsp (grated)

Coriander leaves - to garnish

Method:

In a big bowl add gram flour, turmeric powder, salt & curd & mix it through throughly

Add 2 more cups of water to get to a thick consistancy.


Keep in a moderate heat & stir in continuously until the raw flavours exausts.



Once cooked spread it in a silver foil sheet or on the back side of a flat thali plate which is even & allow it to cool for around 5-7 min.

Once cooled down cut it vertically into strips with even gaps to the size of a ribbon.
Start to roll evenly the cut strips. Arrange it in a place. Heat oil in a pan make tempering using mustard seeds, sesame seeds & green chilli. Optional addition of grated coconut can be added when u temper.


Add chopped coriander leaves to finish.







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Best Blog Darts Thinkers & Beautiful Site Award
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First of all i apologize for the delay in publishing this award due to certain reasons.

My Dear Friend Purva of purva'sdawaat passed me 'Best Blog Darts Thinkers & Beautiful Site Award'.. Thxs a lot dear...




I would like pass this award to

Priyanka,usha,Kitchen Flavours, madhavi,suma,sukanya ramkumar,priti & cham.





17 comments:

  1. khandvi looks perfect and yumm....wi try soon and thanks for passing the award...

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  2. khandvi looks delicious,..nd thnks for the award...

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  3. Wow looks gr8. I never heard about this recipe. Iam gonna try this out for sure. Congratulations for the award and thank u sp much for passing this award to me.

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  4. Khandvi looking so gud and yummy...Congrats for all the awards and Thanks for passing to me too :)

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  5. Yoummy...your khandvis have come out really neat.

    Congrats on your awards.

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  6. khandvi looks perfect and delicious.....Nice step by step procedure.....

    Congrats on ur awards

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  7. Oh my, love the looks of these little rolls! I'll give them a try as soon as I get my hands on some chickpea flour.

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  8. i am dbg good,..my sis working in grange international,..she was asking the restaURENT WHERE UR HUBBY IS WORKIN,..

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  9. Hummm yummy khandvi, look delicious!!

    Congratulations on ur award, and thank you so much for passin' it to me :)))

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  10. Perfect khandvi :) Congrats on ur award

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  11. Khandvi looks delicious...thanks for passing the award to me,I am touched that you thought of me :)

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  12. Wow. Congrats on great Khandvis! Whenever I tried to make this, I landed up with a perfect bloby mashy mess, and heaps of wasted besan! Coudn't even re-use the besan for bajjis! I then decided its best had at my friends place - her mom used to make plates and plates of delicious think uniform textured ribbons!

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  13. khandvi looks delicious and yummy..Congratulations for the award

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  14. I love khandvi! I have never really thought of trying my hand at it because it's so easily available here. Looks delicious and easy to make. Must try it sometime.

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  15. Atlast comes the Khandvi...u made it finally....
    They have turned out really well and are perfect....
    Congrats for all the well deserved awards

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  16. Khandvi looks so delicious..Surely going to try this..

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