Monday, August 9, 2010

NeyPathal/Ney Pathiri/Deep Fried Pathiri

Ingredients:

Parboiled rice/Puzhukkalari - 2cups
Grated coconut - 1cup
Shallot - 4
Fennel Seeds - 1tbsp
Rice flour -1/2 cup
Salt

Method:



Wash and soak the rice overnight.Grind it along with 1/2 cup of water until to get a coarse mixture.(Do not add too much of water.If you can grind the rice with less water you need to add less rice powder only).
Crush together coconut,shallot and fennel seeds. Add this to the rice mixture.add salt too.
Mix everything well.Add enough rice powder and make it a smooth dough.
Take a lemon size ball and flatten it using your fingers by placing it on a plastic sheet.It should not be too thin.You can see the shape and width of the pathiri in the picture.Heat oil in a pan.
Hold the plastic sheet in one hand and remove the pathiri using the other hand and carefully put into hot oil.
After sometimes it will float on top and puff up.Flip it over and fry both sides until golden brown color.
Serve with Malabar chicken curry or any non-veg  Curry.

Recipe Courtesy - My Mom 

25 comments:

  1. This sounds interesting and new to me....Looks crispy and yummy

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  2. Sree my aunt taught me this...... but she never added shallots....
    I love it :)

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  3. Very nice, innovative and interesting recipe. Pathiri looks crispy, yummy and mouth watering.

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  4. Wow! They came out perfect! Crispy and Yummy!!

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  5. Very crispy it looks...perfect dear.

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  6. new to me sree.urappayum try cheyyume

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  7. totally new..looks very tempting sree, they r perfect , round n crispy :)

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  8. This is my all time fav thattukada item...came out sooo perfect.....well done

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  9. This is very new to me ... loved the pic as well ...

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  10. Sree enagne kothipikaruthu, ethu kanumpol enik college canteen anu orma varunne, njgalude sthiram item ayrunu nei pathiriyum kozhi curryum..amme control vidunu..Bookmarked..

    Love
    Suji

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  11. Wow...looks extremely yum....they look perfect with puffiness and color....

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  12. Pathri looks adipoli Sree. I love them. I haven't tried yet in home. I need to now.

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  13. wowww...super...kandittu kothiyayee da..njanum ithu undakarundu,pakshe ipoo koree nallayee undakiitu..adipoli allee..:)

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  14. very new to me ...they looks so perfect n tempting ...must try them


    Satya
    http://www.superyummyrecipes.com

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  15. Kandittu kothi aavunnu..adipoli combo annaloo..nei pathiriyum chicken curry..yummy yum

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  16. i always love your step by step procedure dear... simply love ur snak....

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  17. I love this..ma friend recently made this for me..and I fell in love....yummy yumm

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  18. adipoli tto.. Love this with chicken curry..

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  19. ney pathiri looks perfect....adipoli photo annu da....superb combo with chicken curry.

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  20. Thanks for sharing this dear, I love to try the traditional items.Looks really good and well puffed.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  21. ney pathiri and chicken curry wow mouthwatering combo sree feel to have it now.. very nicely done..

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  22. had tons of this back home this time. Was planning to blog it, maybe i shud just link to urs.. out of laziness. Where are u from in Kerala?

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  23. hi
    really perfect,,pakka thalassery dish,,,

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  24. I like this neypathiri.rice flr,maida,grated cocanut,cumin seeds and salt ithrayum use cheith elupathil vattu pathiri thayyarakkam

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