Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Ragi, Barle Nigella seed Thattai


Ragi Flour – 100 gram
Barle coarsely powdered –   100 gram
Rice Flour  – 1 tbspn
Urad dal dry roast and powder – 1 tbspn
Coarsely ground pepper – 1 tspn
Salt – to taste
Ajwain – ½ tspn
Nijella  seed – ½ tspn
Butter – 1 ½ tbspn
Soaked Channa dal – 1 tbspn
Sodium bicarbonate – ½ tspn
Chopped curry leaves – 1 tbspn

Oil – for frying

In a bowl add all the ingredients and add little water and make a soft chapatti dough.Make the dough into gooseberry size balls Use a plastic sheet and flatten the balls (I used cornflakes sheet) all the balls ¼ cm thickness and deep fry till golden brown.It is a great tea time snack. It is healthy too.
You can get 22 Thattai.

Happy Diwali to all I Sending this recipe to krithi's serve it Festival Potluck and Anu's Diwali - Festival of Lights Event

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Babli said...

Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous Diwali.
Thattai looks crispy, crunchy, yummy and tempting.

julie said...

Nutritious n healthy thattai..lovely!!
Happy Diwali!

Ambreen said...

Healthy & delicious looking snack, nice recipe :)

Treat and Trick said...

Healthy combo and sounds fabulous!

Panchamrutham said...

Thats a very healthy combination to snack on

Jaleela said...

Thacks for your visit, babli
yeah its very crispy and cruncy snack

Jaleela said...

yes julie its Nutritious n healthy thattai, thank you very much for your visit.

Jaleela said...

Thanks for your lovely comment ambreen

Sarah Naveen said...

Simply delicious..Happy Diwali

Priya's Feast said...

Barle thattai luks so gud...i wanna try this healthy verion..

Jaleela said...

Thank you for your visit Treat and Trick

Jaleela said...

Thank you Pamchamrutham, yeah its very healthy.

Jaleela said...

welcome sarah, thank you for your visit

Jaleela said...

hai priya, try it and tell me, thank you priya