Oct 14, 2012

Ratlami Sev




















Ratlami Sev


A delicious deep fried snack in Indian cuisine, made of gram flour, spices and oil. Recipe from Gujarati Rasoi Show, You Tube Video !!

Makes: 100 – 110 g

Ingredients

Please use same measuring to measure gram flour and water.

1 cup / 200 ml (Indian standard measuring cup of 200 ml / 8 oz capacity) Besan (gram flour / kadala maav / chone pitti), please use fresh gram flour of latest manufacturing date

½ teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon kala namak (optional)

1 tablespoon  oil (or 1 – 3 tablespoon)

1/2 teaspoon omam (ajwain / carom seeds) powder

¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder

¼ teaspoon pepper powder

¼ teaspoon jeera powder

¼ teaspoon cooking soda

¼ cup/ 50 ml + 3 teaspoon water

300 ml oil to fry

Method

Sieve gram flour.

In a wide bowl, mix sieved gram flour with above ingredients  (except 300 ml oil). Mix well with fingers (do not use tablespoon) for 5 minutes until all the ingredients well combined.

Add ¼ cup of water and make a soft dough (add extra 1 – 3 teaspoon water if required to  form a soft dough). Dough should be like chapatti dough. Other wise it is very difficult to make sev and it won’t  easily come  out from sev mould.

Put this dough in a murukku / chakali mould. Use  big size sev plate (with lots of big holes) to make Ratlami  sev.



















Heat oil in a wide kadai / frying pan and reduce heat to medium and please wait for 1 minute.  Fry directly in hot oil (give circular rotations with chakali machine) on a medium heat until light golden color and crisp in 4 batches (depending upon the size of the kadai / frying pan, maintain medium heat. Otherwise it will turn into brown color immediately).

 Drain and place on kitchen towel to absorb extra oil. Break into 1 – inch small pieces and store in an airtight container.


2 comments:

John battellea said...

MMM damn good. What kind of people you are? From where you all get this taste in hands? Can any one tell me? Your recipes name like so strange :O bt when i tried them! The first felling i got in is just mmmmmm so good! I love your recipes.. :)

Subhashini said...

good tea time snacks.