Monday, April 1, 2013

Khandvi - Gujarati Farsan~~ SN Challenge

Khandvi is a simple,quick and fantastic snacks from Gujarat, i really love this snacks and i have already tried them at home for an another challenge.Khandvi goes for easy ingredients and you can prepare this snacks in a jiffy if you have all the ingredients in your hands. Just mix, the gram flour with curd and salt,sugar,cook in simmer until they gets well cooked and turn as thick mass, spread it over a greased surface,cut as strips and roll it, later temper it with some spices,your khandvi the famous Gujarati snacks is ready to enjoy. Heard that this khandvis have their important place in a Gujarathi thali and its a must.

If you are following my blog, you will definitely know about the wonderful South vs North challenge, an event started by Divya Pramil of You Too Can Cook. The motto of this event is to exchange an Indian recipe between two teams. One team is Southern team (bloggers  born and brought in South India) and the another one team is Northern team (food bloggers born and brought in North India). Every first of a month, a blogger from each team will challenge a recipe from their origin and the opposite team have to cook the recipe challenged by the other team.Very interesting event na, obviously even we are born and brought up in India, seriously we have loads of interesting foods to learn and taste. This event will definitely pull us to discover many interesting dishes been eaten quite usually in other parts of our country. So every first of the month, i'll be always thrilled to check my mails  and this morning, i was surprised to see two more beautiful dishes challenged by two members of this event, for the Southern team Hetal Acharya of Gujarati Zaika challenged us with this fabulous khandvis,while Shama challenged the Northern team with my favourite karupatti aapam.Thanks Hetal for challenging the southern team with this delicious khandvis, i loved it very much.


1cup Gram flour
1/2cup Sour curd
1+1/2cup Water
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Sugar
Salt

For tempering:
1tbsp Oil
1tsp Mustard seeds
1tsp Sesame seeds
1tsp Asafoetida powder
10nos Curryleaves
1no Green chilly
1no Dry kashmiri red chilli
2tbsp Grated coconut
2tbsp Coriander (chopped)

Mix together the gram flour,curd,turmeric powder,sugar,salt and whisk together to make a smooth batter and without any lump.

Transfer this mixture to a non stick pan and cook in medium heat , stir continously.

Cook for 10minutes or until the batter turns thick, meanwhile grease a baking sheet or a plate and keep aside.

Spread a spoon of this mixture to the greased sheet,wait for few seconds and try to roll it, if you are able to roll,remove the cooking mixture from the heat.

Pour immediately the mixture to the greased surface and with the back of a spoon,spread it thinly.

Allow it to dry for 5 minutes.Cut it as strips,roll each strip into spirals.

Meanwhile heat the oil for tempering, add the mustard seeds,sesame seeds, once the seeds starts crackling, add the asafoetida,curryleaves, chopped green chilly,dry red chilly and fry until they get fried.

Sprinkle the tempered spices over the khandvi rolls and garnish with coriander and coconut.

Enjoy with a cup of tea.


58 comments:

  1. WOW.......this looks yummy !!!
    Perfectly made :)
    Superwoman !!!

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  2. wow aks very fast as always... super aks... u r so energetic ponga.... looks very nice...

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  3. wow delicious recipe,perfectly made...

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  4. Tempting ........... as usual you are superfast.........

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  5. that is so fast, akka... really... wow... i really look upto ur love for cooking... seriousl!!!

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  6. Wow! Looks yum,Nice presentation..

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  7. This looks good its my fav snack!so soft and delicious yet tricky to make.

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  8. Real new dish which is tempting me to taste it !! BTW, love ur header image...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  9. Looks perfect, now a days I am not visiting SVN page for challenges your posting before that. Super fast ka.

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  10. wow looks so delicious aks :) lovely click :)

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  11. Looks so delicious and perfectly made Akka.. :)

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  12. Wow never heard of this... Thanks to the SNC...

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  13. Can;t believe your superfast speed, unbelievable and the khandvi looks yummy.......

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  14. I did not know about this snack for a long time. saw it for the first time in Master Chef a week ago.. you have made it perfectly. will have to try soon

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  15. looks too tempting & yummy!!

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  16. Contente de faire ta connaissance.
    Ça fait toujours plaisir de voir la tête de la personne avec qui on discute régulièrement.
    Encore une recette originale et qui semble délicieuse.
    A bientôt

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  17. luks so nice vth bangles.lovely green n yellow colours...

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  18. looks soft and tempting...nice click.

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  19. looking inviting......u are superfast

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  20. My mother's favorite snack...yours look perfect..

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  21. Perfectly made n just wondering ur dedication sis...

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  22. Really nice, but wud have been much nicer if u could include step-by-steo pics

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  23. Love this one, great as snack!

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  24. I like khandvi too Priya. I have never made it at home, its all store bought. Nice to know the recipe.

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  25. génial et délicieux bravo
    bonne soirée

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  26. asusual kalakuringa.....yummy snack..

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  27. Super Fast... Perfectly made Priya...

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  28. Looks fabulous khandvi. Amazing!

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  29. Very nice and yummy, beautiful click...

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  30. Just mouthwatering...looks yummy & delicious!

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  31. Heard of this recipe,looks so yum,thanks for sharing.

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  32. Woow ..Super fast Priya..I don't know how you are managing your work..You are really amazing dear..

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  33. wow...looks yummy...never tasted before...will try to make soon....

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  34. Khandvi has been on my to-do list for a while. You have inspired me enough with your post now :-), looks delicious.

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  35. Inspiring pic.. Makes me wanna make it right away !!!

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  36. looks so perfect sis... as-usual you are super fast...

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  37. You are quicker than the word quick!! Love the Khandvi

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  38. Akka..Awesome :) What a super fast entry..Epdi ipdi super woman a irukinga? Kalakitinga..looks super perfect :)

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  39. awesome Clicks akka.. Happy to follow you..

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  40. perfect snack... super nicely done.. wish i coould grab the plate from my screeen..
    Sowmya
    Event - Bake Fest
    Event - Celebrate - Summer

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  41. how did I miss ur post I am always peeking at your site beautiful click as ever nice recipe na.

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