Sarvappa

February 22, 2008 at 6:11 am Leave a comment


This is traditional andhra breakfast. This tastes very good. My mom used to make it a lot when we were kids. Everyone in my family likes this recipe.

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Ingredients:
Rice flour: 4 cups
Soaked moong dal or chana dal: 1 table spoon
Sesame seeds: 2 table spoons
Cumin seeds: 1 tsp
Green chilli: 3 or According to taste
Ginger garlic flakes: 4or 5
Cilantro: optional
Salt to taste
Vegetable oil: 1 table spoon

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Preparation:

1.Take green chilli, ginger garlic flakes, cilantro and salt in a jar and grind in to paste.

2.Take rice flour, sesame seeds, soaked chana dal or moong dal, cumin seeds and ground paste(green chilli, ginger garlic, salt and cilantro) in a bowl. Mix well.

3. Add 1 1/2 cup boiled water, mix well to make a dough. If needed add little water to make the dough soft. Divide dough into 4 or 5 pieces to make balls and keep it aside.

4. Take skillet or wide non stick pan. Grease it with oil and then put the ball in the skillet, press them with palm to make thick roti surrounding the skillet. Put skillet on the medium flame. Spread little oil on roti. Make 4 to 5 holes on the roti so that air escapes. When it gets little brown turn it upside down. (It gets cooked inside and becomes crispy).

It is very tasty and crispy.

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