Take all listed ingredients in a bowl. Add water as needed and prepare thick batter. Leave it to rest for 10 minutes
Preheat flat roasting pan. Grease heated pan with Oil. Pour approx 2 tbsp of prepared batter and spread in thick small round shape. When bottom side is roasted, flip it and roast another side. Roast both sided to dark brownish.
Repeat to prepare number of Pan Cake.
Serve Hot with homemade Green Chutney.
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Take Whole Wheat Flour in a bowl. Add Black Pepper Powder, Fennel Seeds, Sesame Seeds and coarsely ground Cashew Nuts. Mix well. Add Honey and mix well. Add Ghee and mix well. Knead semi soft dough adding water gradually as needed.
Roll number of small round thick Roti.
One by one, shallow fry all rolled Roti using Ghee.
Serve Fresh and Hot.
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Take soaked Split Pigeon Peas in a pressure cooker.
Add Ghee, Turmeric Powder, Salt and 1 cup Water.
Pressure cook to 4 whistles. Leave pressure cooker to cool off for 5 minutes.
Blend it very well.
Mix Red Chilli Powder, Jaggery, Kokum and fine chopped Tomato.
Heat Oil in a pan. Add Fenugreek Granules, Mustard Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Asafoetida Powder, Dry Red Chilli, Curry Leaves, grated Ginger and fine chopped Green Chiili. When spluttered, add this to prepared Dal and mix well.
Add Salt and water as needed and boil on high flame for 5 minutes.
Remove it in a serving bowl.
Sprinkle Fresh Coriander Leaves.
It is ready to serve.
Take 2 glasses of water in a pan. Put it on high flame to boil.
Drain water from soaked Rice.
Add Rice and Ghee in boiling water.
Reduce flame to medium.
When Rice is cooked well, strain it.
Serve freshly cooked Rice with Hot Dal.
Serve Fresh or Fried Green Chilli a side to add taste.
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Which is even Pet Name of Gujarati…DAL-BHAT…
Almost all Needful Herbs are there, Full of Protein, Full of Carbo-hydrates…
Cover prepared dough and leave it to rest for 10 minutes.
Take a pinch of dough and make a ball of it and squeeze it lightly between two palms to flatten it little.
Coat it all around with Ataman (Whole Wheat Flour dry) to make it easier to roll.
Roll it using rolling board and rolling stick giving thin round shape.
Coat it with Ataman frequently while rolling to prevent it sticking on rolling board.
Preheat roasting pan on medium flame.
Partly roast one side of rolled Roti on preheated pan.
Flip Roti to roast another side. Roast this side properly.
Flip Roti again, remove the pan from flame, put partly roasted side of Roti facing down direct on flame. Touch Roti on flame very lightly with a flat head spoon. Roti will inflate. Take care of not burning Roti.
Remove Roti from flame, flip it and put it on a plate.
Apply Ghee on the top surface of Roti.
Repeat to make number of Roti.
Heat Oil in a pressure cooker on high flame.
Add Mustard Seeds, Cumin Seeds, Asafoetida Powder and fine chopped Chawli. Mix well.
Add crushed Garlic and fine chopped Tomato. Mix well.
Add Turmeric Powder, Red Chilli Powder and Coriande-Cumin Powder. Mix well while sautéing.
Add ¼ cup of water and pressure cook to 2 whistles.
Add all listed ingredients for paste and sauté well.
Leave it to cool off.
In a wet grinding jar of mixer, crush to fine paste.
Heat Ghee in a pan on low flame. Add Cinnamon Leaf, Star Anise, chopped Onion and Salt. Mix well while sautéing.
Add chopped Tomato. Mix well.
Add Turmeric Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Coriander-Cumin Powder, Salt and prepared paste. Sauté it well.
Add Curd and mix well.
Add soaked Rice and 1 cup of water. Stir to bottom occasionally to prevent sticking Rice. Cook on medium flame until Rice is cooked well and there is no excess water remaining. When little water remain, reduce flame to low.
Take in a serving bowl.
Sprinkle Fresh Coriander Leaves to garnish.
Serve Fresh and Hot.
Biryani is One of The Most Popular Indian Dish around The World…
This Biryani is taught to us by South Indians with The Special Flavour of
Kapok Buds (Marathi Moggu)
Make Your Simple Rice a Mouth Watering Dish with South Indian Style.