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Sunday, September 7, 2008
As soon as I saw this recipe in Eenadu paper, I decided to give a try. I got sev from outside and tried it. In the recipe she told that you can try this with leftover chapathis. But I made them with fresh pulkas. It is like ‘Dahi Sev Puri’. It’s wonderful. It’s a tasty and healthy chaat.
Learnt From: ‘Ruchulu’ Eenadu Telugu Paper.
Serves: 2 People
Chapathi’s / Pulkas --- 4 medium
Oil --- 2 tblsn
Beaten Curd --- 5-6 tblsn
Date & Tamarind Chutney --- 6-8 tsp
Salt --- a pinch
Red Chilly Powder --- a pinch
Dry Roasted Cumin Powder --- a pinch
Sev --- 3-4 tblsn
Coriander Leaves --- 10 stalks
Make thin pulkas or chapathis. If they are leftover’s it is a very good way to consume them in this way.
Cut each pulka or chapathi into 4 parts.
In a pan, add a tblsn of oil and fry the torn chapathis till golden brown. After removing from the heat they should be crispy.
Repeat the process till they are done.
Make small pieces out of fried pulkas or chapathis.
Add beaten curd on the top of the fried pieces.
Add tamarind sweet chutney which you made and kept aside.
Add a pinch of salt, red chilly powder and cumin powder on the top of that.
Add sev on the top of that.
Add chopped coriander leaves.
Serve or Have immediately. Like this make one more plate.