Recipe- Gujrati Khandvi
“Khandvi, sweet tangy yummy tightly rolled bite-sized pieces, very popular in Maharashtra and Gujarat made up of gram flour and yogurt.”
Gram Flour/ Besan
Turmeric Powder/ Haldi
(Or as per taste)
Green Chili Paste
(Slitted in to half lengthwise)
Take curd, sieved besan, turmeric powder, salt, lemon juice and ginger chill paste in a deep bowl.
Add water and beat well to make a batter (make sure no lumps are formed).
Take 3-4 plates and grease with oil. Keep aside.
Take a heavy bottom or a non stick pan and heat oil on high flame.
Add batter and keep stirring on high flame until a boil.
When it starts boiling, reduce the flame to low and keep stirring for another 5-6 minutes. The batter will looks more shiny and thick.
Switch off the flame and spread this batter on greased plates in a thin layer. (Do this process very quickly, otherwise it may start setting)
This will set and dry in another 5-10 minutes. Cut in to 2 inch wide and around 4-5 inch long strips with the help of a sharp knife.
Roll them tightly and place in a serving tray. Keep aside.
Now heat oil in a small pan on high flame. When oil is hot enough add mustard seeds and let it cracker. When done add green chilli and fry. Now add water, lemon juice and sugar and let it boil.
Pour over the khandvi pieces and garnish with coconut. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours. Serve chill with tamarind chutney.
Be careful while spreading on plates as it is hot.
Spread in thin layers.
Do not over cook the mixture, it will be difficult to spread.
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