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Monday, May 25, 2015

Tikkhi Sev | Spicy Chickpea Flour Noodles

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I think in all over India every region makes their kind of spicy sev, being a gujju we love "farsan" means snacks which has fry and non fried both items. This is a very famous snack which all family have their own recipe. This one from my family. Mom used to make this spicy one during Christmas for the guests but I made it less spicy due to husband's health and kids also can not take that much spice. But if you like it spicy you can add more red chili powder and enjoy it.

Ingredients : 

1 cup Besan - Chickpea flour
1 tbsp. red chili powder
1 tsp. Ajwain - carrom seeds
3 tbsp. oil to knead the dough
salt to taste
oil to deep fry
As needed water to make the dough

Method:

Mix all the ingredients except oil to deep fry and make a soft dough.
Fill the mixture in dough machine.
Heat the oil in the high flame and then gradually put it on medium flame. Press the dough thru extruder in circular movements.
Make sure its not too big circle otherwise it will be raw from the middle. Make sure all sev falls in oil only.
Deep fry on medium flame till its nice yellow color. Turn over so the other side also get fry.
Take it out on paper towel and repeat till the dough last.
If you like to keep it in big circle you can keep it that way or you can crush it and put it in dry air tight container and enjoy with your tea.





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24 comments:

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    1. yup you are 100% right Amrita, thank you

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  2. pass me that ..i'll love to munch on...looks tempting dear

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  3. Love this sev..Will have to try sometime..Yummy

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  4. a versatile snack.. goes well with chaats and to have on its own

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  5. We love sev and sev mamra. Home made is the best.

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    1. Yes, you know what is inside thank you

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  6. My fav munch with hot chai!

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  7. crunchy n crispy snack,yummy!

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  8. OOh I like the sound of this, would you just eat them as they are or have them to dip in with something? x

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    1. No you can just munch like this. but perfect with cup of tea or coffee.. Thank you

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  9. Crunchy chick pea noodles. Looks so tempting.

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  10. Hi Linsy, nice n crispy sev,
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  11. Thanks for sharing this delicious sev with Hearth and soul blog hop.

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