Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Jat-Pat Chakkuli



This is a simplest recipe which anyone can prepare. Some times we all feel lazy to prepare but wanna have some nice snack to munch . So this was one day for me so thought of trying this instant chakkuli what i call it.Its a recipe with minimal ingredients but taste is simply superb.It will last for atleast 2-3 weekd when stored in an airtight container.

Ingredients:-
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Rice flour - 1 cup
Besan - 1/2 cup
Butter - 1 tbsp
Salt - as per taste
Cumin - 1 tsp
Black til - 1/2 tsp
Oil - for deep fry




Method:-
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1.Take all the dry ingredients in a bowl.Melt Then butter and add it to the dry ingredients.
2.Add salt ,cumin and til.
3.Add little water and mix into a soft dough almost like chapathi dought.It should not stick to your hands.
4.In a small pan heat up the oil.
5.in a greased sheet using icing syringe press some chakkuli's in circular fashion like jelebi's and keep ready.
6.Fry them till golden brown on both sides In medium heat.
7.Remove from oil and place them over paper towel to drain off execess oil.
8.Store in an air tight container.
9.You can also add finely chopped onions and curry leaves and then press the chakkuli's.the just taste awesome.

13 comments:

TheCooker said...

They look so appetising!

Roopa said...

using icing syringe nice idea for ahndy one. Looks like you are frying now days. Rice flour and besan good combination.

Sia said...

jat-pat??? true indeed... looks quite crispy and soft at the same time... and i love that plate too;)

Sharmi said...

we call it cakkli, loveli looking and really jat-pat. I make a different version. with besan.

Asha said...

YUM!! I love all the snacks ,specially Chakli and Kodubale:))
I make the same except I add 1/4 cup Besan to make it very crispy.Thanks S!:))

bee said...

i have never made chakli before, but this one looks real simple. i wonder if there is a substitute for a chakli press, 'cos i don't have one.

Seema said...

Soumya,
How ya feeling babe? Layka kanthanne chakkuli? Ishata aatha Nareshange yella? Kali madidira alla idda innude?

Vini K said...

Hey soumya,those look so nice!I make a similar recipe too,except that I use urad flour instead of besan..:)Nice snack with a cup of coffee,or tes..also nice for a mid morning snack..

Dilip said...

i love these...great with chai...thanks for sharing

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

Hay first time to ur blog......u have a nice set of recipes...This is looking very nice...

trupti said...

this is so good! thanks Soumya.

trupti

DEEPA said...

yummy one ....excellent combho with chai ....

swapna susarla said...

hi soumya
those are looking lovely.