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Monday, June 8, 2015

Achari Khandvi

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Tell you the truth, I love khandvi , its Gujju's favorite dish, quite complicated to make but once you have hang of it, you can make it but its very blend for me, no matter how spicy chili you add in tadka but the basic taste is very bland. So when we are making everything achari why not this simple dish into colorful one. Thats what I did. I add pickle masala in it and voila yummy delicious khandvi is ready.

Ingredients : 

1/2 cup Besan (chickpea flour)
1 cup sour buttermilk
1 tbsp. Aachar masala
Salt to taste

For Seasoning :

2 tsp. oil
1 tsp. White sesame seeds (til)
1/2 tsp. Mustard seeds
1 Green chili - long sliced
Few curry leaves
2 tsp. Grated coconut
Finely chopped Coriander leaves

Method:

Take besan, buttermilk (chas),  achar masala, salt in a bowl. Mix properly and make smooth batter with hand blender.

Prepare large dish or counter top to spread the mixture.



Pour batter in heavy bottom pan and cook till it's become thick , do all the process on low flame and try to avoid lumps.

Once its cook and form a nice thick paste, you have to work fast. Spread a spoonful of mixture on greased dish or on countertop.

When you done spreading all, cut in thin lengthwise.
Then carefully roll each strip till the end. and transfer all the rolls in serving dish.
Prepare its tadka, heat the oil and add all the ingredients one by one.
Pour the seasoning on top of the roll and sprinkle coconut and coriander leaves on top.
Enjoy as it is or with green chutney and your spicy masaledar achari khandvi is ready to enjoy.







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22 comments:

  1. I love khandvi...and I loved your achari version .it looks awesome..

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  2. I love khandvi...and I loved your achari version .it looks awesome..

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  3. Never heard of this dish but I love how attractive and tasty it is.

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  4. Nice twist to make it tangy and more delicious.

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  5. I never tried this would surely prepare this traditional dish

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  6. I have never heard of Kvandi but they sound delicious:-)

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  7. Wow, this is just amazing.... Very tempting....

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  8. Though I heard about this from other bloggers,but never tried at home..looks perfectly made!

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  9. Absolutely delicious khandvi...looks fabulous.

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  10. I love khandvi's,but never tried it.Your pictures are amazing linsy.How you manage everything,brilliant work

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    1. Thanks for the compliments, I use my time wisely lets put it that way. and about pictures, i dont even have fancy camera but still manged to click some nice snaps.

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  11. I have never had Achari Khandvi but it looks very delicious! I always enjoy learning about new to me recipes! Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul hop.

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