2 cups (250g) chickpea flour (sold in Indian shops under the name besan or gram flour) 3 cups (750ml) water 1 rounded teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons chopped fresh rosemary olive or vegetable oil for frying lemon juice and freshly-ground black pepper, for serving
Bread Cutlet with Mixed Vegetables - Kids Food Special - Step by Step Photo Recipe Indian style shallow fried bread cutlet (in less oil) can be served with tomato ketchup and grated cheese in party or as evening snack to kids.
I’d say, “steam them, season them, and gobble them up!” you should ideally follow this process in quick succession and serve the palak methi na muthia soon after steaming—as freshness ensures the greatest satisfaction as far as this dish goes. It does take a while to painstakingly clean and chop the spinach and fenugreek leaves for making the dumplings, but it is definitely worth the while.
Bikaner is known for this savoury snack. Deep-fried bhujia is usually made of gram flour but a variety of flours like moong, moath and even mashed potatoes are used to make different kinds of bhujia. A large number of shops all over the country sell Bikaneri bhujia which are as famous as the Rasgullas of Bengal. Bikaneri Bhujia is spicy - usually black pepper is used to add fire to this preparation. A large quantity of bhujia can be made and stored for several days in air-tight containers.