Dec 11, 2011


Besan/Kadalamav/Gram Dhal powder - 2cups
Rice flour/Arici mav/Chawal ka atta - 1/2cup
Dry red chilly powder - 1tbs
Jeera powder - 1tbs
Amchoor powder - 1/2tbs
Turmeric powder - 1/2tbs
Kasoori methi/vedhiya elai dry/Dry fenugreek leaves - 1/2tbs
Chat masala - 1/4tbs
Salt - 1tbs
Asafatida - 1/4tps
Refined oil to fry
4cups water

1. Take a bowl add the besan,rice flour,chillipowder,jeera powder,salt,turmeric powder,asafatida, chat masala, garam masala, kasori meethi and mix well.
2. To it add some water to make a stiff dough. Be careful so that the dough doesnt bcum watery.
3. Meanwhile in a pan boil water.
4. On a flat surface roll the mixed dough into sausage size thick consistency.
5. When the water boils add the rolls. Note that do not put the roll before the water starts to boil or else the flour may get mixed in water.
6. Turn slowly when one side is done after 2mins.
7. Boil them for 5-8mins
8. Remember the water has to imerse the mixture.
9. When the rolls are cooked you can see them chnage their colour bit lighter than before.
10. Take them out using a ladle and drain water.
11. Cool them for a minute and cut the roll in a circle shape with thickness of 2cms.

12. Meanwhile heat oil in a pan and when the oil turns hot lower the flame and drop the cut dough one by one into the oil.
13. Fry well like chips on both sides.
14. When the colour changes to golden brown take them out and drain them.
15. Cool them and add chat masala if required on top.
16. Add coriander and green chillies on top and serve as evening snack.
You can even store this in an air tight container for few days.

Note. You can even use the gatta without frying for making some curd gatta curries it is edible as the ingredients are cooked.

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