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Friday, September 26, 2014

Carrot Handvo Puda / Lentils Flatbread

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To tell you the truth, I don't like traditional baked handvo, Gujarati popular snack. Because its too much in quantity. That's the reason, I made As cupcakes. Other way to make handvo is to make puda. Just the way you make dosa or besan puda, add your favorite ingredients in the batter, add spices, make thick batter and spread it on hot pan, cook it on both sides, eat it as it is or with your favorite chutneys and your brunch or snack is ready.

Ingredients :

4 cups of Handvo Batter (mix of tuvar dal, urad dal. green moong dal, chana dal, rice) 
1 big grated carrot
1/2 chopped onion
1/2 chopped tomato
1 tsp. red chili powder
1 finely chopped green chilli
oil as needed
salt as per taste

For Tadka :
1 tsp oil
1 tsp. mustard seeds
1 dry broken red chili pepper


Method:

Take the batter and add all the ingredients in it except oil. Heat a small pan and add oil in it.
When its hot, add mustard seeds, when its pop add dry red chili and mix that in batter.

Heat up your dosa pan or flat pan.
Mix the batter and take one or two spoonful of batter and put it in the middle and circle and spread it and make not very thick or thin circle.
Apply oil on sides and let it cook for 2-3 minutes until sides leaves
Flip it over and cook it on other side.
Serve hot as it is or with coriander chutney.


Easy yet yummy and filling lunch or brunch is ready to serve. You can have it with curd too.
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30 comments:

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    1. yes it is and you can add grated vegetables or chopped greens too.

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  2. We love making pancakes like this, thanks for sharing :)

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    1. will check your blog if you have recipes there.

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  3. This one is a delicious flatbread. Looks inviting.

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  4. Very different and healthy flatbread.

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  5. Handvo in spread form thats nice and really filling bf or brunch.

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  6. usually make these whenever I have a bit of handvo batter leftover. I add onion, fenugreek and grated carrot. Yummy and healthy.

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    1. Yes Mayuri, its very common in gujju home.

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  7. This idea is very innovative, they must have tasted great.

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  8. very nice easy to make.. :) best for breakfast or with soups :)

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  9. Will be much loved by my other half. Something good for our veg meals.

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  10. I guess its a version of adai .Lovely protein rich flatbread .Thanks for linking it to "first anniversary giveaway"

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  11. I don't get proper traditional handvo. Will try this way. Thanks for sharing..

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  12. Hey wow this version of handvo looks too good dear.. I love gujarati food and will try this out.. Thanks dear for linking it to favorite recipe event.

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  13. Nice option for a healthy breakfast

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  14. This sounds rather lovely - I love the flavour combination! Thank you for linking up with #ExtraVeg

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  15. Looks delicious very nice flat bread linsy love it thanks for sharing with Hearth and soul blog hop. pinning.

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