Friday, May 29, 2009

Kothimbir Vadi/ Coriander cutlets

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Coming back to our recipe, Kothimbir wadi's was blogged by Nupur of One hot stove and re blogged by Poornima of Tasty treats for MBP snacks. Kothimbir is nothing but our Coriander!!! I was very much interested in it and tried it . Aw some recipe..My hubby loved it..I already made it twice...
Nupur, ur recipe is Tried, Tasted and Certified:Excellent.




Ingredients:

2 cups packed cilantro leaves, chopped fine
1 cup chickpea flour/besan
1 tbsp. rice flour
1/4 cup mixed flours (ragi or millet flour/ atta or wheat flour/ any other you have on hand)
4 green chillies, minced fine
1 tsp. ginger-garlic paste
1 tsp. sesame seeds
1 tsp. poppy seeds
2 tsp. lemon juice
1 tsp. turmeric
pinch of asafoetida
1 tsp. garam masala
1/4 tsp. baking soda
1 tsp. sugar (I didnt use it)
salt to taste
Oil for frying

Preparation:

I just followed footsteps of Nupur..

1.Mix all ingredients together in a bowl, except for the oil.
2. Add enough water to make a thick batter and stir well to remove all lumps.
3. Grease a flat vessel (I sprayed cooking spray). Pour the batter into the vessel.
4. Steam for about 30 minutes till a skewer inserted in the middle comes clean.
5.Let cool, unmold and cut into slices.
6. Heat 1/4 inch oil in a skillet and fry the slices till crispy and golden.

Notes:

First time when i tried, I didnt make any changes to the recipe. Second time i made few changes to the recipe, which tasted better and made it much more healthier.
Instead of using 2 cups of besan, i used 1 cup besan and 1 cup ragi flour.

13 comments:

Pooja

Lovely cutlets Ashwini. Love the changes you have made. Your updates are visible in Reader. I guess its updating well now :)

A2Z Vegetarian Cuisine

I can see your post & one more named test post also. This recipe is sure one to try. i have bookmarked it low carb, high protein looks like pizza slice, sure to be a kid pleaser. very nice.

Priya

hey Ashwini,
This recipe reminds me of Dhokla, if using 2 cups besan. Good one!

Parita

Kothimbir wadi looks delicious...m yet to try this dish..will try soon

Prathibha

Those wadi's look really yummy ashwini....even i have my eye on those wadi's from such a long time in nupur's blog...will try them soon..

Hari Chandana

Hi.. this is harichandana..I am a new blogger.. your recipe is simply superb.. I love the flavour..thank you

Ashwini

Thanks Pooja, A2z vegetarian, Priya, Paritha, prathiba and harichandana..

Poornima Nair

Nupur's recipe is wonderful...urs looks great and adding the ragi sounds interesting.

Valarmathi

Wow looks delicious. Lovely cutlets.

Purva Desai

First time to this blog....and what I see my Favourite savoury snack.....Kothambir wadi....simply love them......Thanks for sharing

Anu

Very new recipe to me. Loved it!

Ramya Vijaykumar

The kothimbir wadi looks great, nice golden color and perfectly cooked!!!

Sunshinemom

This looks so crisp and tasty. Kothimbir vadi is one of my weaknesses:)

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