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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Sev Khamani

Yum
This is a leftover product created by vendors in Gujarat. When they made khaman and all the crumbs were there, being a gujju and vendors they used their brain and add chutney and sev and pom seeds on top and sell it. It become a huge hit and they have to now make fresh crumbs for their products. In my city , Ahmedabad ,  in Gujarat, there is a big food chain who sells khaman, patra and all sorts of farsan (snacks) called Das Khaman House , they sell best snacks in town and they are our family friends so when ever we have any get together or even we pass by their store , we stop there and get all the goodies. I used to miss this dish so much, so one day for lunch I made it, it was quick and so yummy, its going to be on my quick lunch items now.

Ingredients :

1 cup besan (Chickpea flour)
1 1/2 tbsp. semolina  (rava)
2 tsp. sugar
1 tsp. ginger , green chili paste
1/2 tsp. citric acid  or 1 tsp. or lime juice
 salt to taste
2 tsp. fruit salt

To Serve :
Date and Tamarind chutney
Chopped onion, tomatoes and green chilies
thin sev
Fresh chopped coriander leaves
pomegranate seeds


Method:

Combine the besan, semolina, sugar, ginger-green chili paste, citric acid and salt along with little water (approximately ¾ cup) in a bowl and mix well with the help of your hand to get a smooth and thick batter.

Divide the batter into 2 equal portions and keep aside.

Pour the batter immediately into a greased 125 mm. (5") diameter thali and spread evenly by rotating the thali clockwise.

Steam in a steamer for 12 to 15 minutes or till the batter is  cooked. Keep aside.
when its cold, mashed it with fork or hand to crumbs.
In a bowl, add all the crumbs, onion, tomato, chilies, chutney and mix it.
To serve, take a bowl, add the mixture, top it with sev (thin noodles), coriander leaves and pomegranate  seeds.
Eat Immediately otherwise sev will be soggy.


In my VEG BOX is starting today and it is being guest hosted by the lovely Tina Chawla at the spicy pear. Do drop by her space and check out the event and link up some recipes using Onion.

In my VEG BOX~ Onions
Ends 30th April 2014
http://www.thespicypear.com/general/veg-box-onions/Hearth & Soul Hop
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Anu's new Indian cooking event and Prachi's veg kitchen
Swathi's hearth and soul blog hop

26 comments:

  1. Totally new to this dish but I can see that its tempting; beautiful combo of flavors.

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  2. Sev khamani is my favorite too!! You are so lucky to have Das khaman wala as your friends!! Love their food!!

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  3. Really an interesting...tempting one...

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  4. Very new to me and looks yumm.. very tempting.

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  5. I love this..have tasted it in my gujju friends house...pass me that plate ...

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  6. Very new to me.
    www.sailajakitchen.org

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  7. this is totally new to me... looks delicious!

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  8. This is very new to me, looks yummy..

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  9. Looks so nice and appetizing dish. First time hearing about this dish.

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  10. I had eaten this when in Gujarat! love all gujju food items :) looks delicious

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  11. very interesting chat.. will try soon

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  12. Thats so new to me. looks so nice

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  13. Very new to me ..Looks yum yummy dear :)

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  14. Am ready to finish that whole platter rite now, sev khamani is just inviting me.

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  15. definitely yummy, I love chaats in any form and this one looks very tasty and colourful

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  16. wonderful chaat .indeed delicious ...

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  17. That looks delicious. I have never heard of Sev Khamani actually. But after reading, it made sense.. Very nice.. love the pomegranate seeds on top

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  18. Oh in so love this khaman chaat... Did not know the name.
    Khaman n dhokla are my next posts:) scheduled to publish in coming days

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  19. Yum .I miss it too. Hope you were living nearby.

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  20. love this.. i infact love this n chat version in dhokla more..

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  21. a very new one to me. looks delish.

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  22. wow that's one unique twist to khaman crumbs making it into chat, awesome idea :)

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  23. Thank you for entering your Sev Khamani recipe to this month's In Your Veg box. I have never tried this dish but looks lovely.

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  24. Delicious sev khamani, great snack. Thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop.

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