Thursday, 12 May 2016

Sarva pindi

Sarva pindi ( Ghinna pindi) is a very delicious snack,for afternoon tea,which you can't stop eating.

Its chewy texture makes it even more tasty,as you chew you get all the flavours in your mouth.


Rice flour: 1 kilo
Peanuts: roasted and peeled and halved.
Sesame seeds: 1/2 cup (washed)
Onions: 4 chopped or sliced
Green chillies: 10-15 (if you want less spicy add few green chillies)
Curry leaves: 5 strands finely chopped
Cumin: 2 teaspoons
Cloves: 6
Cardamom: 2
Garlic: 8 peeled
Turmeric: 1/2 spoon
Salt: as per requirement
Oil: for shallow frying
Water: to make soft dough


Sieve  the rice flour,add salt,turmeric,roasted peanuts,sesame seeds and mix well.

Now grind cumin,cloves,cardamom,garlic to smooth paste.

Grind the green chillies coarsely along with little salt.

Now add above 2 pastes to the rice flour and mix it well.

Now add chopped onions,curry leaves,mix it well and add water and make a soft dough.

Check the taste of salt and chilli and add if necessary.

Now lubricate a pan and spread a ball sized portions of dough on a pan and make some holes here and there.

Drizzle some oil on this spreaded dough and cook it on the stove with a closed lid until nice and crispy.

After 2- 3 minutes flip and cook on the other side and  take it off the flame.

Serve it hot or cold,either way tastes so yummy.

Happy cooking.😊😊

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