Besan/Gram Flour/Chickpea Flour - 3 cups
Ajwain/Owa/Carom seeds - 2 tsp
Turmeric/Haldi - 1/2 tsp
Cayenne pepper/Red chilli powder - 1 tbsp (optional)
1. Coarsely grind Carom seeds.
2. In a mixing bowl add gram flour, ground carom seeds, turmeric, cayenne pepper and salt. Add about 1/2 cup water and knead all the ingredients to a soft dough. Add few drops of oil and knead the dough well. Keep the dough (covered) aside for about an hour.4. Heat oil for deep frying in a kadhai/wok. Hold the shev mould above the kadhai and press (or turn depending on the mould) and deep fry the shev. Be careful while turning the mould because of hot oil. Or, press the shev on paper towels and then add in hot oil.
5. Crumble the shev and serve with upma or pohe or as a snack.
perfect sev,luks very nice...ReplyDelete
Crispy and yummy tea time snack..nice one UmaReplyDelete
Sev, i cant stop munching them if i prepare, looks super crispy..ReplyDelete
You are really an expert, you have got it perfectly.ReplyDelete
sev ,wow it a evergreen snack ...simply love itReplyDelete
delicious one uma.. best with tea.. nicely done..\ReplyDelete
All time fav..and looks so perfect..ReplyDelete
Its "vamu karapoosa" very crispy with vamu/ajwain taste.ReplyDelete
perfect.. i too made some last week... urs looks so good dear.ReplyDelete
looks super perfect :)ReplyDelete
i'm in search of a recipe like this...crispy sev, without adding butter, very nice....worth trying, thanks umaReplyDelete
Perfect snack to enjoy at tea time...home made one is the best i can say...looks so crispy and you have done it really well umaReplyDelete
looks perfect and crispy dear :-)ReplyDelete
looks so perfect and yummy!!! loved it..ReplyDelete
never tried making this at home...that looks perfect and delicious...ReplyDelete
Looks super curnchy and nice color too..ReplyDelete