Wednesday, 7 August 2013

Multigrain Tawa Roasted Nippats

Whoever frequents the Iyengar Bakery has to be a fan of their Nippats along with all the other delectable goodies found there.

 Nippats are usually fried crisp poori like snacks had with tea . They are made with rice flour and chana daal .

But today I tried out a healthier version with a mix of different grains and also added methi leaves and onions to it. I skipped frying altogether and dry roasted them on a Non stick tawa on a slow flame till they were crisp on both sides.

I found these nippats to be far more healthier than the traditional ones and they require minimum oil too. Plus the best part was that there was almost no compromise in taste and so I was mighty pleased with my experiment. So friends try this healthier version and enjoy your favourite snack guilt free.





Ingredients :

1 cup....................whole wheat flour
1 tbsp...................oats powdered
1tbsp...................ragi flour ( nachani)
1 tbsp..................bajra flour
1 tbsp.................jowar flour
1 tbsp.................soyabean flour
2 tbsp................very finely chopped green chillies
1 .......................onion very finely chopped
1 cup.................methi leaves very finely chopped
1 tsbp.................sugar
1 tsbp.................dhana jeera powder
1 tbsp.................kalonji ( nigella or onion seeds)
1 tbsp.................black sesame
2 tbsp................oil
salt
water








Method :

Add everything and make a dough which is not too hard or too soft.
Make small bettlenut size balls and roll out thin puris.
Dry roast them on a non stick tawa on a very slow flame.
After 10 minutes turn them over and roast on the other side.
Continue till they are crisp on both sides.
This will take maximum 30 to 35 minutes.
Your tasty healthy crunchy snack is ready .




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    12 comments:

    1. Looks so yummy and crispy, nice preparation.

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    2. wow looks delicious and yummy recipe :) loving it !!

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    4. Wow !! Very innovative !! Learnt something new :)

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    5. Unique recipe,new to me..sounds delicious and healthy,thanks for sharing..bookmarked.

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    6. Omg, such a healthy and guilt free nippats,mindblowing Nayana..

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    7. I have never eaten Nippats before, but yours look delicious. The recipe sounds lovely with lots of flavour and nutrition.

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    8. Delicious love this version Nayana.

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    9. cannot get more healthier!!! so delicious and so many nutritious rich flours!!! wow!!! Thanks for linking it to my event!! Looking for more yummy recipes!!

      Sowmya

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