Kothimbir vadi
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Author asini85 Yield No Value
Published Aug 24, 2007 Cooking Time 1 hour
Recipe Type Appetizers Preparation Time 30 min
Ingredient Flour Standing Time 1 hour

Recipe of Kothimbir vadi

Ingredient Name Quantity Unit
Cilantro/coriander Leaves 1 Bunch
Gram Flour 1 Cup
Rice Flour 1 Tablespoons
Bhajani 1/4 Cup
Green Chilies 10 Numbers
Ginger 1 Piece
Garlic 4 Clove
Roasted Sesame Seeds 1 Teaspoons
Roasted Poppy Seeds 1 Teaspoons
Lemon Juice 1 Teaspoons
Turmeric Powder 1 Teaspoons
Asafoetida 1/4 Teaspoons
Garam Masala 1 Teaspoons
Sodium Bicarbonate (Soda) 1/4 Teaspoons
Salt To Taste
Oil To Fry

Directions

1. Chop coriander leaves finely. Mix in gram flour, bhajani and rice flour.

2. Grind chilies, ginger and garlic into a fine paste. Add this paste, sesame seeds, poppy seeds, lemon juice, garam masala, turmeric powder, asafoetida and salt to the above mixture.

3. Add some water to make a thick batter (dosa batter consistency) and mix well. Remove the lumps.

4. Grease a flat vessel. Pour the batter into the vessel.

6. In a pressure cooker, steam (without using the weight) for about 25 minutes.
Or grease a microwavable container and pour the batter into it. Microwave cook the batter for 5-7 minutes (Microwave settings may vary)

7. Remove and insert a needle into it to check if it is done. Let cool and cut square shaped pieces.

8. Heat oil in a deep frying pan. Deep fry the pieces in hot oil. Remove when golden brown and crisp. Serve hot as an appetizer.

Recipe Tips

Bhajani can be skipped. However it enhances the flavor.
Posted Aug 24, 2007

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4 Comments

sazji Aug 10, 2012
Nice recipe as always! The only thing I'd encourage you to change is the order in which you list the ingredients. Alphabetic order isn't really relevant to the recipe. For example you have three different flours in this one; it would be much easier to follow the recipe if all the ingredients were listed in order of use so we wouldn't have to go searching through the list for each one's amount. Other than that, love your recipes and enjoy your videos!

Shital Apr 18, 2011
Nice recipe and having good contents.Bhajani is mixture of various grains which are first roasted and then grinded e.g jowar,Bengal gram ,wheat ,rice .It is easily available in market also.

SEEMA Feb 15, 2011
WHAT IS BHAJINI ? ANY OTHER NAME FOR IT

Neelam Dec 9, 2010
what is bhajani??? any other hindi name??

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