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.






Ingredients:

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

Procedure:

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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