Here I'm with another festive snack you can easily try.Last week my son felt stomach discomfort and I picked him back from school when I received the call.It happened twice and the main reason for it is over intake of junk food.He was advised to avoid packed foods which are very difficult for him.When he is little okay he was tempted to eat and so had little and the problem started again. He is very fond of chicken and counting days to eat it. Following him, we too decided to go with the same menu that we cook for him which will be veggies platter. I have planned to start the non-veggies meal next weekend as my daughter's birthday falls the month-end.
Since no outside snacks allowed for him I prepare one snack a day to feed his hungry stomach after school. Yesterday I made this and he just loved it. It is very easy to make and even beginners can try.
Preparation time: 30 mins
cooking time: 30 mins
Recipe type: Snacks
Recipe Cuisine: South Indian
Makes 25 thattai
- Rice flour (sieved)- 2 cups
- Urad dal flour- 2 tbsp
- roasted gram dal flour (potukadalai powder)-2 tbsp
- chilly powder- 1 tsp
- Hing powder/ asafoetida - 1\2 tsp
- salt- to taste
- Butter/Vananpathi- 1 tbsp
- Soaked channa dal-2 tsp
- curry leaves- a spring, torn to small pieces.
- oil- to deep fry.
1.Soak channa dal for 30 mins.
2.In a mixing bowl add all the ingredients from rice flour to butter.
3.Then add in soaked dal and torn pieces of curry leaves.Mix well.
5..Make lemon size balls of it. Roll it on a flat surface either with your finger or using a flat thing to form a small circle.
Pierce holes in it using a fork.Do the same for all balls.
Fry them in hot oil till it is done.Drain excess oil on kitchen paper.
Cool and store.
Yummy and crispy snackReplyDelete
Perfect diwali snack..ReplyDelete