Saturday, August 20, 2011

Minty Oats Thattai

Seriously i was breaking my head to make some different savoury snacks for Krishna Jayanthi celebration,while going through my pantry i crossed a packet of rolled oats which was sitting quite a long to cook as something, finally i decided to make some thattais with oats, to give them more aroma i tried adding a handful of mint leaves which i grinded as coarse paste with fennel seeds,cumin seeds,garlic,peppercorns and dry red chillies..This thattai tastes super crispy with a wonderful mint flavour and we couldnt stop munching them for our snacks..Give a try friends, am damn sure you wont regret for trying this crispy beauties prepared with oats and mint leaves..


1cup Rice flour
1/2cup Gram flour
1/2cup Oats flour or Rolled oats (grinded as fine powder)
1cup Roasted gram/Pottukadalai flour
1/4cup Channadal (soaked)
1tsp Butter
1/2tsp Asafoetida powder
2nos Dry red chillies
1/2tsp  Fennel seeds
1tsp Peppercorns
2nos Garlic cloves
A handful of Mint Leaves
1tsp Cumin seeds
Salt
Oil for deepfrying

Grind the dry red chillies, fennel seeds, peppercorns, garlic cloves,cumin seeds and mint leaves as bit coarse powder..Take this grounded powder along with rice flour,oats flour, gram flour, roasted gram flour,butter,asafoetida powder,salt,soaked channa dal in a large vessel and knead a soft and stiff dough with enough water..

Heat oil for deepfrying, take a golf ball sized dough, line  two  greased baking sheet or ziplock bags in a poori press,arrange the dough between the baking sheets or ziplock bags, give a genlte press to flatten the dough..Drop this flattened thattais to the oil, fry until they turns golden brown, repeat the same process until the dough get finished..

Conserve these thattais in an air tightened box and enjoy!

21 comments:

  1. Looks super crispy.. I love thattai.. yet to try ..

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  2. Wow, seriously, one has to learn from you to come up with new recipes and flavors using handy ingredients! I totally love that about you. Happy Krishna Jayanthi!

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  3. What a new and wonderful recipe for thatai! look perfectly crispy and yum!!!!!

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  4. Mint leaves and oats in thattai..Priya you are so creative yaar !!

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  5. Happy Krishna Jayanthi to u and ur family...thattai luks very tempting...

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  6. Amazing recipe. Looks sooo delicious.

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  7. Mmm...love this crunchy and crispy snack...nice twist of making it with oats and mint

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  8. This is amazing Priya.. Only u can do such innovation.. Looks so crispy.. and just perfect for tea..

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  9. Bookmarked!!!! Crispy & mouthwatering thattai!!
    Prathima Rao
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  10. looks delicious & easy to make...would surely try it!

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  11. Hi Priya-So glad to see you back from your vacation.
    Love these yummy little crispy, spicy crackers. So addictive. You always come up with the most unusual and creative things, it just amazes me!
    Thank you so much for your kind concern, I'm on my way to better recovery now!
    Hugs,

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  12. New and great idea of making thattai using oats..they looks so crisp and delicious!

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  13. WOW.. THATs a healhty and yummy idea :D Amazing :)

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  14. Love this snack!! Am thinking of making rice thattai this evening!!

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  15. Superb priya this is truly awesome.. i will try it..

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  16. oats and thattai wow amazing! this should be really healthy one to eat all the way :)

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  17. Love the way you whip up delicious treats with healthy ingredients.. Great work!!!

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  18. This is an awesome snack Priya...love the addition of oats n mint!

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