Thursday, November 26, 2009

Madhura Seva

Ingredients:

Gram flour -2 cups
Sugar -3/4 cup
Salt - a pinch
Water

Method:
Mix salt and gram flour.Slowly add warm water to this and make a smooth dough.Knead the dough for a minute.Heat oil in a pan.Press the dough through a  mould of seva press into hot oil and fry it till golden brown.Remove from oil and let it cool.
Dissolve the sugar in 1 1/4 cups of water.Boil the syrup till one thread consistency is reached.
Add the fried seva into this and mix well .Allow them to cool.When it completely cools store them in airtight containers.



17 comments:

  1. Perfect snack while having coffee, looks crispy too..i never tried it at home yet but now will surely give it a try soon

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  2. seva looks crispy...my husband's favourite one...but in singapore v wont get frequently...but after seeing ur this seva...definitely i will try.

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  3. wow...i love it....my fav!!!....thx for sharing, dear!!...this looks so yum...tempting!

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  4. Wow my fav dear...Really sweet and crunchy.

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  5. Never tried this at home..but I've tasted it..really yum..thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Never tried sev just with gram flour, usually we used to add rice flour to make out this crispies, adding sugar is also very new, thanks for sharing..prefect evening snacks..

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  7. My all time fav...A perfect snack..Love the first pic :-)

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  8. Dear Sree
    Wonderful!!!I shall give up all salted and spice version of Seva if I get it regularly. I think , it is time to buy the Seva making contraption...
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Ithu kandittte sarikkum kothiyavunnu..nammude swantham 'Koonthi".yummmmmmmmm,nammal Kannurkarku ithu koonthiya

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  10. Nalla asssalayitunda sree...perfect for tea time..:)Nice click da.:)

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  11. add 1/4 cup of rice flour to make it crisp........My favorite......ymmyyyyyyyyy

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  12. I tried.It came out very well.Thanks for the receipe.

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  13. First tasted it here in Dubai, bought it in a local supermarket. It is named Koonthi. I got quite addicted to this, it is looks similar to the sweets found in my country, we call it "Pilipit", the only difference, the dough has been twisted together giving it a unique look.

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