Thursday, July 3, 2008

Sev


Ingredients

2 cups besan ( gram flour)
2 tbs butter ( soft ,room temperature )
salt
1 tsp chilli powder
water to make dough
oil for deep frying
sev presser


Method
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Add besan ,salt ,chilli powder ,butter to a bowl ,Mix with water until u get a
sticky dough ( softer than chapathi dough)
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Apply little bit oil to hand and fill the sev presser with dough
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Heat oil in a large pan on medium heat ,spress sev directly in to oil
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Cook for a min on one side and flip carefully and cook for another min
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Drain on a paper towel
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Cool completely and store in a airtight container

47 comments:

Asha said...

I make that too! My fave too eat with rice and yogurt when I run out any food to eat if you can believe that! :D

Mythreyee said...

this is so inviting.

Madhavi said...

WOW sev looks greattttt, lovely pic too.

Cham said...

Love the first pict, looks good

KALVA said...

love the pic dear!!great

Amrutha said...

Ah..haa! Looks soo delicous! I can say I will try, but I am pretty sure it can't come out this well :)

Anonymous said...

Looks so good. Picture looks so awesome. I love this. I make this whenever I make mixture.

Radha

Meera said...

What a beautiful picture, Sagari!!

Divya Vikram said...

looks pretty sagari..I have them often as a snack and also with rice..

Sujatha said...

Appetizing picture! Great snack for a tea time..

kamala said...

I too make sev at home..Looks good and pretty

Archy said...

Its so crispy and nice sagari, I always try to make it but i dont knw the exact thickness, some time more or less water i guess !!
This time shall try ur version !! Thank you !!

notyet100 said...

looks nice and crispy....

Suma Rajesh said...

wooo....i luv this sev...my granny prepares on vacation time...urs is soo crunchy and looks delicious

Pearlsofeast said...

They are so great Sagari,I also make them at home but I just broke my sev maker last month so a break till I get new one.

sowmya said...

nice one sagari..i have nevr tried making sev, chakli etc at home..have to buy that press ..

Priti said...

Lovely pic..Sev looks so nice..feel like making it too now..

Sunshinemom said...

They look so crunchy I can hear them crack! I make them during Diwali! It is one thing that gets done fast and is tasty too!

rekhas kitchen said...

wow sev loks so tempting and the pic sooooo great feel like to eat now

Vaidehi said...

great recipe sagari..

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Mrs.SriLekha said...

wow.. such a nice sev.. ur photos are tempting to eat now itself

Sireesha said...

WoW..Sev looks great....Lovely pics.....

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Mona said...

Sev is my fav. I quite often prepare it and keep munching on it. It looks delicious.

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VEGETABLE PLATTER said...

wow .. U made Sev .. u got loads of patience gal .. pic looks sooo yummy

Sailaja said...

I make too. It is my all time favorite snack with evening tea.
Great pictures

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Jaya said...

Hi,
Sagari
sev looks so good , and the pic is great too ..
hugs and smiles
jaya

easycrafts said...

Perfect is all I can say...

Andhra Flavors said...

That looks totally awesome. lovely entry.

Laavanya said...

Such a captivating photo Sagari - golden & perfect.I love sev and kara boondhi.

A&N said...

Hi Sagari, I wish I could reach into the screen, grab a bite and hear the crrrrrunchhhhhhhhhhh in my mouth! They look gorgeous!

Valarmathi said...

Wow sev looks great and very nice picture. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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Medhaa said...

This looks great, never made sev before.

Sia said...

gosh, that sure makes my tummy rumble!!! beautiful pics...

Trupti said...

Sev looks delicious Sagari..love the photo.

Ramya Bala said...

Wow...sev is so tempting and very beautiful pics dear

Bhawana said...

Sagari pack them and send to me also. Dont have machine to make them :(. feeling homesick now. looks so tempting.

vandana rajesh said...

wow sagari..my mother makes that but haven't tried it myself. Looks gr8 just right for the mumbai monsoons.

vanitha said...

Hi sagari,
Sev looks greattttttttttttttt. Ur photos of sev came out very well. which camera do u use,did u do any editing after taking photos,if so which tool did u use for that???

Sagari said...

vanitha ---- I use cannon digital cemara ,and I will take photos in sunlight

homecooked said...

I love this snack. Just looking at this is making my mouth water!

Usha said...

Looks delicious........it reminded me I haven't made this for a long time....:)

Aparna said...

You just reminded me I haven't made this in some time!
Love this stuff. Great at tea/coffee time.

Pooja said...

THe pictures in your blog are so good that they just pop out at you. I am sure you would havbe heard this a lot of times. The pictures speak a million words. I love the way you present food as the center piece with no bells or whistles