RICE FLOUR AND SPLIT BLACK GRAM PANCAKE
Hi friends. Today I’ll be sharing an easy to make and tasty to eat snack or breakfast recipe which I am sure will be liked by you all. It is a salty pancake made by mixing rice flour with the ground split black gram or chana dal along with onions, green chilies, and light seasonings. It is tastier, crunchier and can be had with peas curry or chutneys. You can try it as a morning breakfast idea or as a snacky pack and enjoy making and eating it both. So let’s start with the making of Rice Flour and Split Black Gram Pancakes:—
- Rice Flour-200 gms
- Split Black Gram-100 gms
- Green Chillies-2
- Cumin-1 tsp
- Asafoetida-A pinch
- Coriander-Cumin Powder-1 tsp each
- Red Chilly Powder-1 tsp
- Garam Masala-1 tsp
- Turmeric Powder-1/2 tsp
- Dry Mango or Amchoor Powder-1 tsp
- Salt-According to taste
- Coriander Leaves-For Garnishing
Soak the Split Black Gram overnight. Grind it slightly coarsely the next morning. Chop the onion, green chilies and coriander leaves finely.
Take a bowl and add to it the ground dal, the rice flour, asafoetida, cumin, salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder,coriander-cumin powder,garam masala, dry mango powder, chopped onion, green chilies and lastly coriander leaves.
Mix everything nicely adding some water to make a thick batter out of it.
Heat a non-stick pan and grease it with some oil. Now take small dollops of the batter with a ladle and spread it on the pan making small dosai-like pancakes out of it.
Fry it well on both sides till golden browned. Take out on a tissue paper.
Our Rice Flour And Split Black Gram Pancakes are done. Serve them with green and red chutneys(the recipe of which has been shared in another blog).
Friends do try the recipe at home. Share your comments and feedback. Have a great week everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!
RICE FLOUR SWEET CHEELA WITH COCONUT
Hello friends. Today I’ll be sharing a sweet snack recipe of Rice Flour Sweet Cheela With Coconut. It’s really a good idea to have something as a dessert and it’s yummy too. It can be made easily and it’s totally hassle-free. So let’s make it—
Ingredients:-For the cheelas.
- Rice flour – 300 gms.
- Sugar – 100 gms.
- Water – for making the batter.
- Vegetable Oil – for making cheela.
For the stuffing.
- Fresh Grated coconut – 200 gms.
- Sugar – 50 gms.
- Butter – 50 gms.
- Raisins – 25 gms.
Take the rice flour in a bowl. Add sugar to it and using water make a batter.
Take a pan and add butter and the grated fresh coconut along with sugar and stir it for two minutes. After two minutes of stirring, switch off the gas and let it cool. Now sprinkle some raisins in it. You can use other dry fruits also.
Grease a nonstick pan with little butter and with the help of a ladle drop the batter in the pan and spread it evenly. Cook the cheelas on both sides.
Now assemble the cheelas on a plate and fill them with the coconut stuffing. Our Rice Flour Sweet Cheelas are done and ready. Serve them with shakes or with a bowl of fruits. You can make these cheelas with jaggery also.
Friends do try this recipe at home. Share your comments and feedback. Have a great weekend everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living!!!
Hello and welcome dear friends. Today I’ll be sharing a delicacy of north India, Hilsa, which is a delicious sweet dish made with rice flour and jaggery and is just awesome to taste and even quite simple to make. So let us start—
- Rice Flour – 250 gm.
- Jaggery or Gur Powder – 100 gm.
- Fennel or Saunf – 1/2 tsp.
- Vegetable Oil – for frying.
- Water – 1/2 cup.
Take the rice flour in a bowl. Now take a half cup of water and jaggery in a kadhai and boil it together with some saunf while stirring it consistently. When one string thickness or consistency is got in the jaggery-water mixture, turn off the gas.
Now add the rice flour slowly to it and keep on stirring continuously. Let it cool.
When it gets cooled the mixture should resemble a dough. Now make long cylindrical shapes out of it and drop it one by one into hot vegetable oil. Take care not to turn them to both sides very frequently as they can break.
Brown them on both sides and take them out slowly. Drain the excess oil on a tissue paper.
The dish, Hilsa is ready.
Note Points:- 1. The rice flour should be fresh for best results.
2. The oil must be hot when you drop the rice balls into it.
3. You can make these in any shape you want to, either round, square or cylindrical.
Do try this recipe at home and do write your suggestions and clear your doubts if you have any. This dish can be served with ice cream or had just on its own. Till then happy cooking, healthy living!!!